Monday, July 6, 2015

July Events

Wednesday, July 15, 7pm: 
A Video of a Talk by Sunsara Taylor

Join us to watch and discuss a video talk by Sunsara Taylor that gives a true picture of what it means to be living through a war on women, where all this comes from, and why the domination of women by men is not human nature. She brings alive how a real revolution can liberate women and what must be done today to build the fight for real and lasting emancipation. Sunsara Taylor is a writer for Revolution newspaper ( ) an d key initiator of "End Pornography and Patriarchy: the Enslavement and Degradation of Women ( )

Saturday, July 18, 2 pm: Lennox Nelson will read and  sign copies of Ru by Rising, the second book in the Black Nancy series. The action takes place in Coastal Georgia during the slave period. "My purpose for writing in this genre (historical-fiction/adventure) is to teach African-American youth about their history....Not everyone accepted slavery. May this book stir the inner warrior inside you."

  Visit for more information about the Black Nancy series.

Thursday, July 30, 7pm: Author reading:Mellencamp: American Troubadour, by David Masciotra

The first major book on one of America's greatest songwriters and rock 'n' roll performers -- John Mellencamp. This book combines biography, musical journalism, and cultural criticism to present an engaging and entertaining look at Mellencamp, rock 'n' roll, and American culture.

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Ongoing Events

Sunday, July 12, 11 am: Sunday Brunch--Film Clip and Discussion 

Get into revolutionary theory! Sunday brunches are an ongoing series: watch a video clip from BA Speaks: Revolution Nothing Less, and join our informal discussion. Enjoy communing, coffee, and rolls. 

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