Saturday, August 14, 2010


The Bud Billiken Day Parade takes place on Saturday, August 14 on the southside of Chicago. It's the largest parade in the Black community in the US, attracting hundreds of thousands of people from Chicago and the surrounding areas including thousands of young people. It's a tremendous opportunity to put the national campaign statement The Revolution We Need... The Leadership We Have A Message, And A Call, From The Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, into people's hands, to build this movement for revolution now, to make Bob Avakian a household word, and to bring forward cores of people who are ardent fighters for this revolution.

Your can be a part of the Revolution Books contingent marching in the parade, help get out of copies of the message & call in many different kinds of ways, help decorate the Revolution Books table & tent or spend a few hours there, or help fundraise.

Everyone's creativity and imagination needs to be in the mix. We'll be working on this all this week. Call Revolution Books and get hooked up -bring your ideas and thoughts on how we can have the biggest possible impact.

This Is NOT The Best of All Possible Worlds...
And We Do NOT Have to Live This Way
Look for our tent near the entrance of Washington Park (at 51st on the east side of  S. King Drive), starting at 7 AM and going throughout the day. Teams will be fanning out with the statement The Revolution We Need... The Leadership We Have A Message, And A Call, From The Revolutionary Communist Party, USA. You can meet at Revolution Books at 7:30 AM Saturday to get a ride to the parade, or join us on the spot in the park at our tent at 51st & King Drive . Call Revolution Books (773.489.0930) to volunteer and for further information.
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