[act-ma] panel presentation

Irving Kurki ikurki2 at verizon.net
Mon Mar 5 11:49:52 PST 2012


The Work of Michael Lebowitz 


The separation of radical theory from practical struggles is a weakness that
can be overcome.  Michael Lebowitz's recent work (Build It Now, The
Socialist Alternative) elucidate the powerful potential of integrating
radical theory and practice as in the transformative struggles in
revolutionary Venezuela.  The speakers will draw out the universal lessons
in his work and discuss possible applications.


Chair:        Irv Kurki is a coordinator for essential   

                    discussions of advanced theory.



Amy Hendrickson is an activist with Brookline Peaceworks, WILPF, and Boston
Stop the War.    

Jim Barton is an independent scholar and co-author of Thinking on Paper and
Thinking Together.

Sponsoring Journal: Monthly Review                     



1 PM, Sunday, March 11th, 2012 in the Community Room at the Harvest
Co-operative, 581 Mass Avenue, Central Square, Cambridge, MA (The Community
Room is in the very back and upstairs to the left.)

Chair space is limited in the Community Room: RSVP for reservation contact
1-617-731-8725 or  <mailto:ikurki2 at verizon.net> ikurki2 at verizon.net

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