July 4, 2020 at 2.00pm – 6.30pm
Socialism 2020: Virtual Conference
Saturday, July 4, 2 PM EDT
Join us July 4th for the Virtual Socialism 2020 conference featuring five powerful online sessions about radical politics and organizing.
Announcing the Virtual Socialism 2020 conference!
As rebellions against racism roil cities big and small across the country, demands for police abolition proliferate, and systemic injustices are suddenly front and center in the mainstream, it is more critical than ever for radical activists to come together for important political growth and strategic conversations.
This July 4th, we invite you to reject America as we know it and convene with activists and organizers from around the country and around the world at the virtual Socialism 2020 conference.
Five powerful online discussions will explore how we can radically transform politics and society from the ground up.
Save the date and register to receive your links to join via email in advance of the conference.
Panels are in formation, and topics will include discussions of the state of crisis capitalism today, reparations for slavery and settler colonialism, the urgent fight for climate justice and a Green New Deal, and what these turbulent last few months mean for political organization and the capitalist state. This year our conference plenary will be themed “From Rebellion to Revolution.”
Confirmed speakers include:
Robin D.G. Kelley, author, Hammer and Hoe
Grace Blakeley, author Stolen: How to Save the World from Financialisation
Varshini Prakash, co-founder and Executive Director, Sunrise Movement
Brian Jones, educator and activist
Dina Gilio-Whitaker, author, As Long as Grass Grows, and member of Red Nation
Bill Fletcher Jr., labor activist and author, They’re Bankrupting Us: And 20 Other Myths about Labor Unions
Jamie Peck, co-host, The Antifada podcast
Daniel Aldana Cohen, co-author, A Planet to Win
Jesse Hagopian, organizer with Black Lives Matter at School, co-author, Teaching For Black Lives
While this is event is freely available the Socialism Conference organizers ask that those who are able make a solidarity donation in support of our continuing to do this important work and cover the costs of putting on the event.