Join us for a discussion of this moment of revolt, revolution, and counter-revolution, with a focus on Egypt, Libya, and the resistance in the U.S. to the reactionary onslaught after the midterm elections--and how we can intervene with the aim of what Karl Marx called revolution in permanence.
• What new relations were established in Egypt’s Tahrir Square? • How can the Egyptian revolution continue and deepen after the overthrow of Mubarak?
Stand in solidarity with the people of Egypt in their nonviolent call for a new government and call on our own government to suspend U.S. aid to the Mubarak regeim. Organized by the Rhode Island Mobilizing Committee to end war and occupation.
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