Revolution #444, June 20, 2016

 

Hook up with the revolution

Coming Events at Revolution Books

Check the stores' websites for details and more events.

Atlanta
Berkeley
Boston/Cambridge
Chicago
Cleveland
Detroit
New York
Honolulu
Los Angeles
Seattle
Houston

New York

Ngugi wa Thiong'o and Andy Zee at grand opening in Harlem

437 Malcolm X Blvd./Lenox Ave.
212-691-3345
revbooksnyc@yahoo.com
revolutionbooksnyc.org


Chicago

1103 N. Ashland Avenue
773-489-0930
revbookschi@yahoo.com
chicagorevolutionbooks.blogspot.com
www.facebook.com/RevolutionBooksChicago
Hours: Sat-Sun: noon to 5 pm

 


Los Angeles

Mailing address: P.O. Box 29141, Los Angeles, CA 90029
213-304-9864
revolutionbooksla.blogspot.com
Find us on Facebook & Twitter

The Los Angeles bookstore is now open at a temporary location while we continue the search for a new permanent space: Multicultural Artists United (MCAU) Gallery, 220 Glendale Blvd. (between Temple & Beverly). Contact the store at 323-463-3500, or P.O. Box 29141, Los Angeles, CA 90029, or revolutionbooksla.blogspot.com to make donations, raise big funds, find out about book tables and programs, and to contribute in many ways to the campaign to relocate and revitalize the store as soon as possible.


Berkeley

2444 Durant Avenue
510-848-1196
revolutionbooks@sbcglobal.net
www.revolutionbooks.org
New Hours: 11 am–7 pm Mon–Sat, 1 pm–6 pm Sun

June 21, Tuesday, 7 pm
Movie Night with the Revolution Club. The Codes of Gender, a 2010 documentary written and directed by Sut Jhally, Professor of Communication at the University of Massachusetts, analyzes the role commercial advertising plays in influencing ideas and values about masculinity and femininity, including the incessant portrayals of women as powerless, submissive and dependent on men, while men are portrayed as active, strong and in control.

June 22, Wednesday, 7 pm
Yaa Gyasi reads from her debut novel, Homegoing, which traces 300 years in Ghana and the U.S. Two half-sisters, Effia and Esi, are born in different villages in 18th century Ghana. Effia is married off to an Englishman and lives in comfort in the palatial rooms of Cape Coast Castle. Unbeknownst to Effia, her sister, Esi, is imprisoned beneath her in the castle’s dungeons, and is then sold with thousands of others into the Gold Coast’s booming slave trade and shipped off to America, where her children and grandchildren will be raised in slavery.

June 28, Tuesday, 7 pm
Movie Night with the Revolution Club: After Tiller. Since the assassination of Dr. George Tiller in Kansas in May 2009, there are only four American doctors left who openly provide third-trimester abortions. After Tiller paints a portrait of these physicians who have become the new No. 1 targets of the anti-abortion movement, yet continue to risk their lives every day.


Honolulu

2615 South King Street, Suite 211
808-944-3106
revolutionbks@yahoo.com
www.revolutionbookshonolulu.org
Hours: 12 noon–6 pm every day

Wednesdays, 6:30 pm
Revolution newspaper reading circle.


Boston/Cambridge

1158 Mass Ave., 2nd Floor, Cambridge
617-388-0133
info@revolutionbookscamb.org
revolutionbookscamb.org
Hours: Thursday & Friday 4-6 pm; Saturday 12-6 pm

Saturdays, 2-4 pm
Series of discussions of Bob Avakian’s major new work, The Science, The Strategy, The Leadership for An Actual Revolution, And A Radically New Society on the Road to Real Emancipation.


Seattle

89 S. Washington St. (off 1st Ave. in Pioneer Square)
206-325-7415
rbsea@yahoo.com
www.revolutionbookssea.org
Hours: 11 am—6 pm Wednesday & Friday, 11 am—9 pm Thursday,
11 am—5 pm Saturday, and noon—4 pm Sunday

Saturdays, 1:30 pm
Reading and discussion of excerpts from Bob Avakian’s new work, The Science, The Strategy, The Leadership for An Actual Revolution, And A Radically New Society on the Road to Real Emancipation.

Thursdays, 7 pm
Reading and discussion of selected articles from Revolution newspaper. (There is no discussion on the first Thursday of each month due to Revolution Books’ participation in the First Thursday Art Walk.)


Cleveland

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

June 23, Thursday, 6:30 pm
Screening and discussion of Trapped. What remains of a woman's right to choose? U.S. reproductive health clinics are fighting to remain open. Trapped follows clinic workers and lawyers who are on the front lines of the battle to keep abortion safe and legal for millions of American women. The documentary, directed by Dawn Porter, premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.


Detroit

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
313-204-2906
rbodetroit@yahoo.com


Atlanta

P.O. Box 5360
Atlanta, GA 31107
770-861-3339
revbooksatl@hotmail.com
rbo-atlanta.blogspot.com

June 26, Sunday, 6-8 pm
Join us for discussions of articles from www.revcom.us/Revolution newspaper and clips from the films of Bob Avakian’s talks. Little 5 Points Arts and Community Center, 1083 Austin Ave. NE, top floor, Room 202. Parking in rear, wheelchair accessible.


Houston

Revolution Distributors
P.O. Box 230112, Houston, TX 77223
832-865-0408
revolutionhtown@yahoo.com


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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