Revolution #178, October 4, 2009

Carl Dix Campus Speaking Tour
From Buffalo Soldier to Revolutionary Communist

From the Buffalo Soldiers, former slaves who were sent off to fight in the “Indian Wars,” to Vietnam in the 60’s, to Iraq and Afghanistan today, there is a long legacy of Black youth fighting in America’s wars. Carl Dix is coming to Atlanta University Center as part of a campus speaking tour to deliver an urgent message: DON’T BE A BUFFALO SOLDIER.

October 1, Thursday, 6:30-9 pm
Clark Atlanta University
Thomas Cole Science and Research Center Auditorium
Sponsored by: Political Science Department, Clark Atlanta University and Groove Phi Groove, Ma’at chapter at Morehouse College

CARL DIX: a founding member of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA; one of the Fort Lewis 6—six GI’s who refused orders to go to Vietnam in 1970; co-founder of the Oct 22nd Coalition to Stop Police Brutality; recently participated in a dialogue with Cornel West on “The Ascendancy of Obama...and The Continued Need for Resistance and Liberation.”

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