History has shown that the only times we get changes of the magnitude we need are when masses of working people, organized and with a clear strategy, take matters into their own hands. This was the power behind the union struggles of the Great Depression, the struggles of Black people and their allies in the Civil Rights Movement, and the anti-war, Black Power, Chicano, feminist, and LGBTQ movements of the late 1960s.
In the spirit of those earlier movements, on Saturday, March 20th – the 18th anniversary of the United States' second-longest Forever War, the invasion and occupation of Iraq – please join us as we demand:
- End State Repression & Institutional Racism
- Promote an Economy That Serves Working-Class People
- Housing, Food, Education & Healthcare are Human Rights
- We Have the Right to Control Our Bodies
- International Peace & Human Rights
- Protect the Planet, Protect Us All
RSVP to the Facebook event here.