We will be discussing the fall semester of the Night School, the policy newsletter (the Red Star Bulletin) and a bigger plan for political education over the next year! Space is limited, so if you’d like to attend, please RSVP here. This location is not ADA-compliant and does not have gender neutral bathrooms.
Tag: political education
By Ramsin Canon Why does a tree catch fire so easily? Every tree holds in its cells the energy it has absorbed from the sun. We don’t think of trees as energetic, but in fact, to grow like they do, trees have to absorb and store an immense amount of energy. When touched by fire,… Read More
By Ramsin Canon “Primer Red” is our political education series on some basics of radical thought and history. See Part I, on dialectical materialism, here. Part II on Alienation is here. Please share questions, suggestions and submissions for future discussions! After the last year, I’m sure you’re all hankering for a discussion about class. Class… Read More
By Ramsin Canon This is the first in a series of primers on some basics of radical thought and history. Please share questions and suggestions for future discussions! Every Labor Day, radicals rightfully take pleasure in pointing out to cliche-merchant politicians and media the radical roots of the U.S. labor movement, sharing stories of the… Read More