FIST and Workers World Party National Conference, NYC, Nov 16-18

Fight Imperialism Stand Together youth National Conference, November 16, NYC

 

UPDATED: Washington Square Park, NYC, 3:00 – 5:00pm

 

Topic: Che Guevara, a Legacy of Internationalism – a Guide for the Anti-War Movement

 

download and distribute the flier

 

for more info contact FIST@workers.org

 

Workers World Party National Conference
November 17-18 2007, NYC

 

School Auditorium – 127 East 22nd Street -New York City

 

Sat., Nov. 17

 

9:00 a.m. Registration
10:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Conference Sessions

 

Sun., Nov. 18

 

10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Conference Sessions

 

Register for the conference online now!


download pdf of flyer

download pdf of invitation letter

download pdf of coupon
for mail-in registrations

Issues to be discussed in plenaries and workshops include:

  • Anti-war and Anti-racist movement and unity
  • From protest to resistance
  • Stopping the War in Iraq
  • Washington’s threat to expand imperialist war to Iran
  • Jena 6 case: potential for a new movement
  • ¡Sí se puede! Immigrant workers–Black & Brown unity
  • Racist repression and gentrification are on the rise
  • Free Palestine!
  • Forging unity between activists & poor & working people
  • Students & youth fight back
  • Growing capitalist crises: foreclose the war not homes
  • Capitalist globalization creates new conditions for workers here and worldwide
  • The overall erosion of conditions for the working class and labor’s right to organize
  • From capitalism to socialism–What Marx & Lenin have to do with it
  • Workers’ power–organizing the unorganized
  • Katrina/Rita survivors still seeking right to return
  • The ’08 Presidential elections — Democrats are not the answer
  • U.S. Out of Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia & the Caribbean
  • Fighting for women’s rights and LGBT rights
    .. and more!

If you believe…

  • We should unite in the streets to oppose the rise in racist attacks, from Jena, Louisiana to the attacks on immigrant workers.
  • We must not rely on the Democratic Party presidential candidates to stop the war and defend working people against capitalist greed.
  • Activists must be connected to the struggle of real people, and that the need for solidarity is more crucial than ever.
  • It’s time for working and poor people to unite–world wide–and speak and act in their own interest through their own organizations.
  • True and lasting equality, peace, social and economic justice, dignity and freedom are incompatible with capitalism and imperialism.

Then please make your plans now to attend this very important and timely conference.

Register for the conference online now! Or you can register by mail using this mail-in coupon

Watch this page for more conference information and updates

For more information, email conference2007@workers.org or call 212-627-2994.


Documents for pre-conference discussion are available on http://www.workersworld.net/, including “Imperialism, Globalization and the High Tech Revolution,” the first two chapters of a book being written by Fred Goldstein

and

Challenges in Organizing the U.S. Working Class in the Post-Soviet Period Prepared for the International Communist Seminar in Brussels, 4-6 May, 2007 By Fred Goldstein, Secretariat, Workers World Party

Pre-conference Forum:

WORKERS WORLD FORUM · FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2
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A MARXIST VIEW of
Imperialist Globalization in the post-Soviet era and the future of the struggle for socialism in the U.S.

Come to a Workers World Party pre-conference discussion led by Fred Goldstein, a member of the WWP National Committee

55 West 17 Street, 5th floor (bet. 5th & 6th Aves, Manhattan)
Call 212-627-2994 for more information. http://www.workers.org

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Attention WWP members: Documents for pre-conference discussion are available on http://www.workersworld.net/, including “Imperialism, Globalization and the High Tech Revolution,” the first two chapters of a book being written by Fred Goldstein.

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