Today’s counter-revolutionary situation necessitates dialectics of organization and philosophy
As the world faces a changed reality with the dangerous situation brewing in the Korean Peninsula, the problems with the legitimacy of elections from Iraq and Afghanistan to Egypt, Haiti, and Guinea, to the battles over severe austerity programs in Europe, organization is a burning question being debated from Latin America’s Indigenous struggles to the labor movement in Iran to battles against evictions in Chicago. In exploring these questions we will look at what is at the heart of Raya Dunayevskaya’s work on the dialectics of organization and philosophy.
Speakers: Gerry Emmett, Chicago activist and "World in View" columnist for News & Letters; Kevin Michaels, author of "Raya Dunayevskaya's Place in the history of the Left"
Free and open discussion after the talks