Foro de Appleton: Defendiendo Familias, Restaurando Licencias de Conducir
Lunes, 19 de agosto, 6pm
Biblioteca pública de Menasha
440 1st St, Menasha, WI 54952
Información: (414) 828-2692
Voces de la Frontera está organizando una gira estatal se llama “Defendiendo Familias, Restaurando Licencias de Conducir para Inmigrantes” para fortalecer el apoyo a través de Wisconsin para la restauración de las licencias de conducir para la gente inmigrante. Favor de venir para aprender más sobre la necesidad de restaurar las licencias y aprender como usted puede apoyar la lucha.
Appleton Forum: Defending Families, Restoring Driver’s Licenses
Monday, August 19, 6pm
Menasha Public Library
440 1st St, Menasha, WI 54952
Information: (414) 643-1620
Voces de la Frontera is organizing a statewide tour called “Defending Families, Restoring Driver’s Licenses for Immigrants” to strengthen support through Wisconsin for the restoration of access to driver’s licenses for immigrants. Join us to learn more about the need to restore licenses and to learn how you can support the fight.
Wear your MTEA green and meet at Zeidler Park at 10:30am on Monday, Sept. 2. At 11am, we will march to the Summerfest grounds for Laborfest 2019.
Free food and drink tickets will be provided for the first 100 MTEA members who pre-register at http://mtea.weac.org/event/labor-day-mtea-2017-copy-copy/
Laborfest is also seeking volunteers. If you would like to volunteer at Laborfest 2019, click http://d31hzlhk6di2h5.cloudfront.net/20190802/8e/b4/9d/c5/d00afcc4dfaee0f4a229a8c0/Laborfest_2019_Volunteer_Signup.pdf to download a volunteer registration form.
Labor Day Schedule:
10:00-10:45am Gather at the MTEA tent in Zeidler Park (3rd & Michigan)
11:00am March to LaborFest grounds
Noon LaborFest opens at the Summerfest grounds. Entry is free for everyone!
Activities include: Annual Parade; Live Music; Kids’ Area; Adult Bingo; Food & Drinks; Wrestling; Car Show; Sock Drive; Annual Raffle; Camp Union Graduation; and more!
*** Free parking is available on the south end of the Summerfest grounds. Come early and take a complimentary shuttle bus (provided by ATU Local 998) to Zeidler park and join the march back to the festival grounds. Last shuttle bus leaves the lot at 10am.***
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Xi Jiping: “The great writer Lu Xun coined a famous saying: “Even if there is no road, when enough people walk through, a road will be made.” Socialism with Chinese characteristics is the dialectical unity of the theoretical logic of scientific socialism and the historical logic of China’s social development. It is a scientific socialism rooted in China’s soil, one that reflects the aspirations of the Chinese people, and one that is adapted to the conditions of progress in our times. It is the only way to comprehensively build a prosperous society, accelerate socialist modernization and realize the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation. As long as we stick to our own path and unswervingly adhere to and develop socialism with Chinese characteristics, we will surely be able to comprehensively build a moderately prosperous society by the centennial anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, and a prosperous, democratic, civilized, modernized, and harmonious socialist country by the centennial anniversary of the founding of New China.”
Dong Fang/The 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China
Come celebrate the 3 YEAR Anniversary of Black Lives United – Green Bay and support the Annual School Supplies Drive‼
We will have music 🎶, food 🌭🍔, and good company 👥🗣 along with a facilitated visioning session for the next year of BLU initiatives‼
Over the past 3 years, Black Lives United has donated over 200 book bags filled with back to school supplies to Green Bay students in need. This year, the goal is to give away 100 bags!
BLU is asking for a suggested donation of $40 (to cover the cost of a backpack and supplies; any amount monetary donations is GREATLY appreciated) OR to purchase a backpack and fill it with supplies from the district’s supplies list. All donations can be dropped off directly at Stephanie’s house on Sunday, August 25th from 1-3pm. BLU will be hand-delivering the items the week before school begins. Can we count on your support? If so, respond YES below!
Online donations can be made directly on our GoFundMe:
Kids, family and friends are all welcome‼
By: Damir Nazarov On: August 12, 2019
Moscow (GPA) – Historian, journalist, and Chief Editor of Uprising Today, Brecht Jonkers, recently spoke with GPA contributor on the current situation in Yemen, as well as what’s happening behind the scenes in Saudi Arabia. https://bit.ly/31QmEiv
….No doubt foreign journalists could – and some did – cover the Tea Party as a ‘pro-democracy’ movement based on their slogans and rhetoric, but only without asking, “Democracy for who? Freedom for who?” These words are meaningless divorced from context since they mean different things to different classes. Anytime we see protests like those in Hong Kong, we have to ask: What is their class character? Whose interests does this serve?
When the corporate media heaps praise on protesters in countries like Venezuela or China while demonizing mass movements here in the U.S., something else is going on….
While many liberals and progressives in the U.S. who back the Hong Kong protests do so from a place of genuine misunderstanding, others should know better. We’ve seen this movie already – whether in Libya, Ukraine, Syria, Nicaragua or most recently in Venezuela. The U.S. instigates and uses these mass protests to destabilize nations they want to dominate. Segments of the left twist themselves into knots trying to explain how protests dominated by right-wingers and monopoly capital are actually progressive, usually singling out one or two marginal ‘left-wing’ participants as evidence. For all their calls to support ‘the people’ or the ‘revolution’ in these situations, somehow it always ends with either the right-wing in power or utter chaos.
As the growing socialist movement in the U.S. grapples with events like the Hong Kong protests, it’s important to remember we are part of a worldwide fight. Too many times, parts of the U.S. left gets roped into supporting our own ruling class’ agenda in the name of abstract ideals – democracy, rule of law, independence, due process, take your pick.
Drill down to the material root of those buzzwords and it becomes a lot less tricky to see what side of the class war the Hong Kong protesters are on.