[act-ma] 11/5 Jabari Brisport, Liza Featherstone, Ben Manski, & Jill Stein on the Elections and Next Steps

Suren Moodliar suren at fairjobs.org
Thu Oct 29 17:50:27 PDT 2020

Thursday, November 5, 2020, @ 7:00 p.m.

What Just Happened?! Election Day & the Next Steps for the Left

Zoom Conference (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5999353012), November 5, 2020,
Thursday, 7:00 p.m. (Eastern)
or join the Facebook Livestream (

Join New York state assembly candidate, DSA's Jabari Brisport, The Nation's
contributing editor, Liza Featherstone, the activist-scholar Ben Manski,
and renowned Green Party leader and environmental thinker, Jill Stein to
analyze the election outcomes and consider the next steps for the Left.

   - Jabari Brisport (Democratic Party, Working Families Party) is running
   for election to the New York State Senate to represent District 25
   - Liza Featherstone is a journalist and journalism professor who writes
   frequently on labor and student activism for The Nation and Jacobin.
   - Ben Manski is a sociologist, lawyer, and democracy advocate. He is the
   founder of the Liberty Tree Foundation for the Democratic Revolution and
   United for Peace and Justice.
   - Jill Stein was the Green Party’s presidential candidate in 2016. She
   is an organizer, physician, and environmental health advocate. She was the
   first presidential candidate to call for a Green New Deal, free public
   higher education, a student debt bailout, reparations, and demilitarization
   through a foreign policy based on human rights, international law, and


   - https://youtu.be/AeLguhwR4yc
   10/16 The Empire Unclothed: Implications of the 2020 US Elections for
   Humanity and Mother Earth featuring Walden Bello, Charlotte Hill O'Neal aka
   Mama C, Kolya Abramsky, & Marie Cruz Soto hosted by Suren Moodliar and Liz
   - https://youtu.be/apeTIBGdjFo
   10/15 Trump’s Walls Must Fall – Greg Grandin and Avi Chomsky hosted by
   Joe Ramsey
   - https://youtu.be/SlTZ8ryLFEY
   10/1 Mass Murder and the Making of Our Times with Vincent Bevins, John
   Roosa, and Krithika Varagur hosted by Joseph Nevins


Organized by encuentro5, the Community Church of Boston, Socialism and
Democracy, Hard Ball Press, and the Labor Press.

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