Tuesday, September 27 6:00 pm Indianapolis Central Library Room 406 Join us for the fourth free public class in our socialism course, “The Contradictions of…
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145 total views Tuesday, September 276:00 pmIndianapolis Central LibraryRoom 406 Join us for the fourth free public class in our socialism course, “The Contradictions of Capitalism”…
Tuesday, August 30 6:00 pm Indianapolis Central Library Room 406 Join us for the second free public class in our socialism course, “Introduction to Marxism!”…
Tue., Aug. 16 @ 6:00 pm Indianapolis Central Library Room 406 Join us for the first free public class in our 3-part socialism class series,…
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What is the role of the revolutionary party? How does it differ from and relate to other forms of organization?
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In this episode of the podcast Red Reviews, Indy PSL member Justin Clark and activist Cory Johnston discuss the new book, Revolutionary Education, with PSL organizer and editor of the volume, Nino Brown.
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713 total views The Indiana Senate Education and Career Development Committee heard hours of testimony against House Bill 1134 on Wednesday, after voting to amend the…
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Join the Indianapolis branch of the Party for Socialism and Liberation for an afternoon of discussions about the origins and aims of right-wing attacks on transgender student athletes in public schools and universities.
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For this month’s liberation flick, we’ll be screening Stanley Nelson’s The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, “the first feature-length documentary to explore the Black Panther Party, its significance to the broader American culture, its cultural and political awakening for black people, and the painful lessons wrought when a movement derails.” Learn more about the documentary at the PBS
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Although SB 167 has been pulled, a grave threat remains to Indiana schools, students and teachers alike. House Bill 1134, which passed out of the education committee with a “do pass” recommendation, is functionally identical to SB 167. Its passage out of committee means that teachers, school workers, students, families, administrators, and community members must organize rapidly to defeat the bill. Its passage would cause a massive worker exodus from a sector already suffering heavily from worker shortages, a death knell for public education.