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Carl Dix recently wrote, "People here in Baton Rouge and around the country are continuing to stand up, not letting the focus be changed, not backing down, not buckling under to calls to go home. Let's be clear, the egregious murders of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, on top of all the other cases of cops exonerated and of the savage oppression of Black people by the system, point to the reality of this system: They can't stop this horror.
"One reason, but only one reason, why we need revolution."
We'll be talking about all this. Carl Dix is a representative of the Revolutionary Communist Party, and co-founder of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network.
MATT ROSS - CAPTAIN FANTASTIC
Matt Ross is the writer and director ofCaptain Fantastic, which opened early this month. It's a moving, funny, provocative film.
Ben Cash, played by Viggo Mortensen, rejects the dog-eat-dog culture of US capitalism, and raises his six children "off the grid" in the woods in Washington state. They hunt and farm all their own food. They celebrate Noam Chomsky's birthday instead of Christmas.
One reviewer said, "Ben is the sort of ideological-minded communist who hates the greater capitalist culture of America and teaches his children five languages as well as a doctrine to stick it to the man."
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Rise Up October Radio Special. Plus, exclusive interview with Quentin Tarantino.
RISE UP OCTOBER brought together thousands of people in New York City, including hundreds of family members of those murdered by police, to stop police brutality and murder. The actions brought things to a whole new level of resistance at a time when police continue to murder people across the country, killing more people in 2015 than any year before.
Two-hour radio special focusing on: No More Stolen Lives - Say Their Names, Times Square, October 22nd with Eve Ensler and the National March to Stop Police Terror, October 24th.Rise Up October brought together thousands of people for 3 days of action in New York City, including hundreds of family members of those murdered by police, to stop police brutality and murder. The actions brought things to a whole new level of resistance at a time when police continue to murder people across the country, killing more people in 2015 than any year before.
Check revcom.us daily for updates on the protests against murder and terror by police, and building a movement for an actual revolution.
Correspondence from the Front Lines of Struggle
Bob Avakian: Police murder... and the murderous logic of this system's election game. New Video.
Interview with Store Proprietor Abdullah Muflahi on Alton Sterling: "You can't bring this young man back... He has five kids now who will grow up without a father"