[act-ma] Two Discussions at e5 this Week: Labor and the New Michael Moore Movie

Bryan Koulouris brykoulouris at gmail.com
Fri Oct 9 15:12:19 PDT 2009


*Message from Socialist Alternative and the Committee for a Workers
International
*

*1.*

*Putting the Movement Back Into the Labor Movement*

A Discussion with Steve Early and Bryan Koulouris

Free and Open to the Public

*Steve Early* is the author of "Embedded with Organized Labor: Journalistic
Reflections on the Class War at Home" (Monthly Review Press, 2009). Steve is
an experienced labor organizer and journalist, spending many years fighting
alongside sisters and brothers in the Communication Workers of America. *Bryan
Koulouris *is the editor of the Boston Organizer newsletter and the
editorial coordinator of Justice newspaper.

This will be an important discussion following up from the October 1st
demonstration against the jobs massacre. The meeting will grapple with the
question: "Which way forward for the labor movement?"

*Monday, October 12th, beginning at 7pm*

*33 Harrison Ave, 5th Floor (Encuentro Cinco)*

*Chinatown, near the South Station (Red Line) and Chinatown (Orange Line) T
stops.
*

*2.*

*Discuss Michael Moore's New Film, "Capitalism: A Love Story" *

*Michael Moore is Right: Capitalism is Evil. Time to Organize and Fight
Back!*

*From the bailouts to evictions to mass unemployment and "dead peasant"
policies, corporate greed is running rampant. At its core, capitalism is a
system based on exploitation. Should we depend on the Democrats to fight for
us? How can we dismantle corporate greed? Is democratic socialism a viable
alternative? Let's discuss this important movie.*

*Free and Open to the Public
*

*Thursday, October 15th, beginning at 7pm*

*33 Harrison Ave., 5th Floor (Encuentro Cinco)*
*Chinatown, near the South Station (Red Line) and Chinatown (Orange Line) T
stops.*
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