[act-ma] Cambridge Wed Jan 25: How to turn a company town into a model for municipal action

David O. Knuttunen webmaster at dsaboston.org
Sun Jan 22 15:35:10 PST 2017


In the Trump era, we need models for effective action.  Come to this
DSA-cosponsored event to learn how the Richmond Progressive Alliance showed
one way we can win.

Join us for a book party & discussion:
Remaking An American City - How the Richmond Progressive Alliance turned a
company town into a model for municipal action in the Trump Era!

Guest speaker:   Steve Early 
Former CWA organizer, Labor for Bernie activist, & author of Refinery Town:
Big Oil, Big Money, and the Remaking of An American City, and other books.

Introduced by Rand Wilson, local labor and political organizer.

January 25 from 7:00–8:30 P.M.
Porter Square Books, 25 White St. Cambridge, Mass.

Who should attend: Economic justice campaigners, immigrant rights defenders,
foes of big money in politics, rent control advocates, Blue-Green alliance
builders, public safety reformers, Bernie Sanders supporters taking "Our
Revolution" to the local and state level.

"This timely book offers ideas for making change where it counts the
most—among friends, neighbors, and fellow community members."  –  from the
Foreword by U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders

Co-Sponsors: Beacon Press, CWA Local 1400, IBEW Local 2222, Massachusetts
Jobs with Justice, Labor Notes, Solidarity, Socialist Alternative,
Democratic Socialists of America. 

For more event information, call: 617-93-07327.

Download a PDF flyer at:
http://dsaboston.org/files/17-01-25 Early Book event.pdf





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