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19429Today, Saturday: The Jordan Davis Case--Once Again Amerikkka Declares That Black Youth Are Permanent Suspects!

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  • Steven Yip
    Feb 22, 2014

      Today: February 22, Saturday, 5 pm 

      at Revolution Books NYC, 146 W 26 Street, NYC

      The Jordan Davis Case--Once Again Amerikkka Declares That Black Youth Are Permanent Suspects! 










      A presentation and discussion with Carl Dix

      Mass incarceration, racist murder and racial profiling programs like Stop & Frisk are unspeakable horrors. The refusal of the criminal "injustice" system to convict the murderer of 1st Trayvon Martin and now Jordan Davis comes down to Amerikkka declaring that Black people have no rights that whites are bound to respect. These outrages concentrate the criminalization of Black and Latino youth that have tens of millions of people ensnared in the web of this country's criminal injustice system. All this is unacceptable and must be stopped! It will take revolution, nothing less, to stop these outrages once and for all. And we must not, and don't have to accept them as just the way things are. We must stand up and say NO MORE to the slow genocide of mass incarceration and all its consequences --NOW -- as part of getting in position to make revolution when the time is right.

      Join Carl Dix for a discussion of the source of, and the solution to, mass incarceration; how to build a fight to reverse the thrust of this slow genocide -- starting NOW by responding powerfully to the verdict in the Jordan Davis case. And how this relates to making revolution to end this and all the other horrors this system enforces on humanity. Carl will speak to how to understand mass incarceration, and how not to understand it. He'll address how it's deadly to remain passive in the face of these attacks and show where these wrong views will lead things. And he'll get into how we can change things by Fighting the Power, and Transforming the People, for Revolution.

      Steve Yip, P.O. Box 941, Knickerbocker Station, New York, New York 10002-0900 * 646-571-8504yipzzz@...

      "If you don't have a poetic spirit -- or at least a poetic side -- it is very dangerous for you to lead a Marxist movement or be the leader of a socialist state."    -- Bob Avakian, 1990