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August 26, 2015 | Revolution Newspaper |



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This special issue of Revolution/ focuses on two important anniversaries of major crimes by the system:

  • In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans—and the people in the poorest sections of the city, mainly Black, were not only abandoned and given zero help from the government, they were treated like criminals. More than 1,000 people died in the hurricane and its wake, and hundreds of thousands suffered greatly.
  • In August 1955, Emmett Till, a 14-year-old Black youth from Chicago visiting relatives in Money, Mississippi, was kidnapped by white racists because he had whistled at a white woman. A few days later, Emmett Till’s body was found in a river. He had been lynched—beaten and shot to death.

The basic themes of this special issue are: How long will these crimes go on? There IS a way out! REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS!

Out to the campuses, in a BIG Way with Revolution/!

With the opening of the colleges, universities and high schools for the school year, many people are looking for ways to have their education be part of making the world a better place for humanity.  Revolution/ needs to be out in a big way as part of these discussions, provoking questions, providing a scientific understanding of events, and giving an understanding of how this can be changed and how building a movement for revolution will get us there. 

"Why are we still fighting for justice in 2015?"

  • Take advantage of a special offer for the print edition: 100 papers for $40.  You can pick these up at a Revolution Books store or from a Revolution distributor.   If you’re not near a Revolution Books store or a Revolution distributor, contact RCP Publications to get issues of the paper (, 773-227-4066).
  • Organize others to get this issue out: work together to plan times and places, set goals for hundreds of papers to go out.
  • Contact student organizations and other student networks to get them to take bundles of the paper, or to promote on their networks.
  • Talk with professors about getting this special issue for all their classes, and holding discussions – get the truth about what happened and what is needed into all kinds of classes
  • Set up big displays with an enlargement of the centerfold and other ways to get at the themes in this issue, and hold an open mic with the theme “How Long Will These Crimes Go On? There IS a Way Out! REVOLUTION—NOTHING LESS”.  Have bundles of papers ready for students to take.  Sign people up on the spot for Revolution discussion groups and the Revolution Club.
  • Find people/organizations who will publicize in their online media. 
  • Use the social media tools on every article on to send out articles to campus organizations or email lists. Retweet articles and memes from @tuneintorevcom.
  • Email us at to let us know of your plans.



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