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Rebuilding a Revolutionary Left: The Organization for a Free Society

The Organization for a Free Society (OFS) is a holistic, revolutionary political organization that envisions a world characterized by solidarity, equity, self-management, diversity and ecological balance. Join us in a discussion with John Cronan Jr. and Casey Asprooth-Jackson, two members of OFS from New York. Their presentation will focus on analysis formed through study and struggle. They will share their vision for a free soc...iety, and explore strategies for achieving those goals.
Rebuilding a Revolutionary Left
with speakers from:
The Organization for Free Society

Wed Nov 10th
7pm-9pm
The Variant
4810 NE Garfield Ave
Portland Oregon


The Organization for a Free Society (OFS) is a holistic, revolutionary political organization that envisions a world characterized by solidarity, equity, self-management, diversity and ecological balance. Join us in a discussion with John Cronan Jr. and Casey Asprooth-Jackson, two members of OFS from New York. Their presentation will focus on analysis formed through study and struggle. They will share their vision for a free soc...iety, and explore strategies for achieving those goals.

John Cronan Jr: a restaurant worker of 11 years, organizer, and regular contributor to Znet, he has written and spoken extensively on issues concerning class, economic democracy, environmental justice, radical political theory, movement strategy & more. His essay, "Did You Just Say Class" appeared in Real Utopia: Participatory Society for the 21st Century (AK Press, 2008) He is also currently pursuing a masters degree in Labor Studies at the CUNY Murphy Institute for Workers Education.

Casey Asprooth-Jackson: a student of Film Production and Human Rights at BARD college, where he has been active on campaigns surrounding labor injustice on campus and the Israel/Palestine conflict. His video work largely focuses on urban landscapes and the history of political struggle producing a number of documentary shorts concerned with social justice

There will be food and drinks, people are encouraged to stay and socialize after the presentation.

This event is free and open to the public.
Donation accepted.

Dare to Struggle! Dare to Win!

 http://www.afreesociety.org/

address: address: 4810 NE Garfield