Come to Revolution Books for a Holiday Party, Saturday, Dec. 12. Enjoy an evening of music and refreshments while selecting unique gifts for your friends and family.
Gift items: Art and Prints from the Cultural Revolution in China; cards featuring original photo art; new books; Revolution t-shirts; "Revolution Roast Organic Coffee".
Come in all weekend long to purchase special one of a kind gifts and contribute to keeping Revolution Books expanding and growing into the New Year. The most significant gift you can give this year- Support of Revolution Books!
December 13, Sunday, 4 pm
Discussion on a new talk by Bob Avakian "UNRESOLVED CONTRADICTIONS, DRIVING FORCES FOR REVOLUTION"
We welcome all to the introductory discussion of this important new talk by Bob Avakian. We will discuss the key themes of Part 1: I. Once More on the Coming Civil War...and Repolarization for Revolution
If you've seen the movie Precious or read the book Push by Sapphire, join us for a provocative discussion on one of the cutting edge books and movie of the year. Join the Book Club and make recommendations for our next discussion.
Meets once a month- Next Jan 22, 2010, 7 pm.
Print out this coupon and redeem it for 15% off all purchases at Revolution Books this holiday season.
Offer Expires: December 31, 2009
December 15, Tuesday, 7pm
"The Elephant in the Room: Can Anything Short of Revolution Solve the Environmental Crisis?"
A Talk by Raymond Lotta on the "climate threat, Copenhagen, and why capitalism is utterly incompatible with sustainable development."
Revolution Books will be hosting a live webcast at 6 pm, Tues. Dec 15, 2009. Cost at the door is $5. If you can, pay $20 to contribute to Revolution Books.
This talk will be simultaneously webcast. For those who would like to log on with friends go to revolutionbooksnyc.org for the procedure.
December 20 Sunday 10-noon
Join us for an expanded Revolution Books staff meeting. Make suggestions for author programs, movie nights, books and fundraising. Snacks and excellent Revolution Roast Coffee provided.
Sun. Discussion 4-6pm
Discussion of "The Struggle in the Realm of Ideas" from Observations on Art and Culture, Science and Philosophy by Bob Avakian. Featured excerpts and questions to discuss will be emailed in advance. All are welcome. Holiday refreshments. Bring your favorite holiday cookies to share.