Revolution #346, July 27, 2014


Hook up with the revolution

Coming Events at Revolution Books

Check the stores' websites for details and more events.

New York
Los Angeles

New York

146 W. 26th Street (between 6th & 7th Avenues)
Hours: 12 noon—7 pm every day

July 24, Thursday, 7 pm
Viewing and discussion of sections from BA Speaks: REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS! This time, “The Revolutionary Potential of Those Most Oppressed Requires Scientific Leadership.”

July 26-27, Saturday-Sunday, 12-8 pm
Giant Used Books Sale. Broad selection of quality used books as well as donated new books at used book prices.

July 30, Wednesday, 7 pm
Reading and discussion with Rickey Vincent, author of Party Music: The Inside Story of the Black Panthers’ Band and How Black Power Transformed Soul Music.


1103 N. Ashland Avenue
Hours: Wed-Fri: 2 pm to 7 pm; Sat: noon to 7 pm; Sun: 1pm to 5 pm

July 24, Thursday, 7 pm
Screening and discussion of “A Radically Different and Far Better World Is Possible,” from BA Speaks: REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS!

July 26-27, Saturday, 12-7 pm,-Sunday, 1-5 pm
Sidewalk sale fundraiser for Revolution Books.

Los Angeles

5726 Hollywood Blvd., LA, CA 90028
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Hours: Tuesday-Sunday: 12 noon to 7 pm

July 25-26, Friday-Saturday, 8 pm
Roger Guenveur Smith's monologue “Rodney King” at the California Plaza in downtown LA. Contact store to join Revolution Books tabling.

July 26-27, Saturday-Sunday, all day
Central Avenue Jazz Festival. Contact store to join Revolution Books tabling.

July 26, Saturday, 9 am-4 pm
Monthly yard sale (rescheduled) to raise funds for Revolution Books. Volunteers and yard sale items needed. Contact store to sign up for a shift.

July 27, Sunday, 9 am
Join a team at the Hollywood Farmers’ Market to distribute Revolution newspaper and to introduce people to the bookstore. Meet at Revolution Books at 9 am or at the center crossroad of the Farmers’ Market (Ivar & Selma) at 10 am.


2425 Channing Way near Telegraph Ave.
New Hours: 11 am–7 pm Mon–Sat, 1 pm–6 pm Sun

July 24, Thursday, 7 pm
Screening and discussion of "We Need a Revolution to Overcome All Oppressive Divisions," from BA Speaks: REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS!


2626 South King Street
Hours: 12 noon–6 pm every day


1158 Mass Ave., 2nd Floor, Cambridge
Hours: Thursday & Friday 4-6 pm; Saturday 12-6 pm; Sunday 12-4 pm;
Other hours as available: please call


89 S. Washington St. (off 1st Ave. in Pioneer Square)
Hours: 11 am—6 pm Wednesday & Friday, 11 am—9 pm Thursday,
11 am—6 pm Saturday, and noon—5 pm Sunday

Thursday nights at Revolution Books, 7 pm
First Thursday of each month: Pioneer Square Art Walk showing. All other Thursdays, Revolution newspaper discussion: digging into the big issues of the day. Contact store for more info.


2804 Mayfield Rd. (at Coventry)
Cleveland Heights 216-932-2543
New Hours: Noon—6 pm, Wednesday—Saturday

Every Saturday at 11 am
Be part of "Revolution in the City" this summer. Join us in going to festivals, showing BA Speaks: REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS! in neighborhoods, going to parks and concerts, and more.

July 24, Thursday, 7 pm
Continuation of a new series on the second and fourth Thursday throughout the summer of screenings and discussions of excerpts from BA Speaks: REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS! This time two clips: "The USA: Founded on Slavery & Genocide" and the "Oppression of Women: Bound Up With This System... a Driving Force for Revolution."


4152 Woodward Avenue (and Willis)
lower level, enter from back of building (Look for Zef's Cafe on street level)
Open every Friday 4-8 pm



July 27, Sunday 4-6 pm
Screening and discussion of clips from BA Speaks: REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS! Little 5 Points Arts and Community Center, 1083 Austin Ave. NE. Top Floor, Room 202. Parking in rear. Wheelchair accessible.


Revolution Distributors
P.O. Box 230112, Houston, TX 77223

Thursdays, 7-8:30 pm
Come discuss the pressing issues facing humanity as covered in Revolution newspaper. Watch excerpts from the film BA Speaks: REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS! and find out how you can become involved in the movement for revolution. Current location: Te House of Tea, 1927 Fairview @Woodhead, in the Montrose. Call 832-865-0408 for weekly topics and any changes in time or location.

Check the stores' websites for details, information, and more events.
Unless otherwise noted, the events listed on this page are in English, but in many cases Spanish translation is available. Please call the bookstore in advance to request Spanish translation.

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