Get Into the Revolution National Organizing Campaign and Tour Headed to Chicago
October 14, 2016 | Revolution Newspaper | revcom.us
We received the following press release:
Press Alert/Photo Op
What: Press Conference REVCOMS BRING NATIONAL ORGANIZING TOUR TO CHICAGO
Where: Cook County (Leighton) Criminal Courthouse (on the steps)
2650 S. California, Chicago
When: Tuesday, Oct 18, 9 am
Speaking: Carl Dix*
The Revolution Club—also known as the Revcoms—are bringing their National Organizing Tour to Chicago. The theme of the tour is “Don't Normalize Fascism! Overthrow, Don't 'Heal,' This System!”
“Chicago is famous for two things.” said Carl Dix, one of the spokespersons for the Tour: “the police murdering our youth and then covering it up, and the way in which the system has turned these youth against each other. We’re going to organize them to turn their anger against this system, and not each other, and to fight to overthrow it.”
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“We’ll be going to the campuses, too, where the students are questioning. Our message to everyone: neither of the presidential candidates will bring anything but worse misery and oppression. We need to get organized, NOW, for an actual revolution.”
The Revcoms were recently in the news in Chicago after Milwaukee police chief accused them of leading the recent rebellion against police murder in Milwaukee this summer. When asked about this, Dix said “Innocent as charged.”
*Carl Dix is a courageous freedom fighter from the 1960s who went on to become a revolutionary fighter and a communist. Dix spent two years in military prison for refusing to fight in the unjust Vietnam War. He emerged unrepentant and went on to become a founding member of the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP), USA, dedicating his life to the emancipation of all humanity. Today, Carl is a follower of and advocate for Bob Avakian, his leadership, and his visionary new synthesis of communism. Carl Dix and Cornel West co-founded the Stop Mass Incarceration Network (SMIN), and Rise Up October that brought thousands into the streets in New York City demanding a stop to police terror.
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