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Black Struggle - Class Struggle: Takin it Over
Discussion on how socialist theories and struggles are part of the struggle for Black Liberation
SATURDAY August 25, 2018 - 2:15pm to 3:30pm
Organizer for socialism disability rights and fighter for revolution Tiffany has been a leader in the Occupy movement, women's rights as well as fighting against gentrification in Inglewood and Los Angeles.
UnderCommons and UAW -Graduate Students,
Olufemi Taiwo Olufemi O Taiwo researches and teaches political philosophy and metaethics at the University of California Los Angeles. He is an organizer for the Undercommons, an ongoing public meeting space initiated by African-American graduate students “to find ways to achieve liberation from white supremacy, heteropatriarchy, capitalism, settler colonialism, and all forms of structural violence.” Taiwo has presented about basic income at the Undercommons. He has recently written an easy to understand review and analysis of Marx's Capital " Why Everything Costs Money"
Southern Central Neighborhood Council
Julia Wallace has been a militant socialist for over 10 years. Elected to the South Central Neighborhood Council as a socialist as well as a revolutionary known internationally she has fought capitalism, imperialism bigotry and police in the US. A proud Black socialist and rank and file union member of SEIU 721. Both Julia and Olufemi have been part of the campaign #NoCopsInOurUnions