Thursday, June 17, 2021

Friday, June 18, 5pm PT/ 8pm ET: Watch Episode 57 of The RNL—Revolution, Nothing Less—Show!

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Reportage from June 12 Marches to Show the World: We Are Getting Organized Now for Revolution, Nothing Less!

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Episode 57:
Featuring Reportage of June 12 Marches to Show the World: We Are Getting Organized Now for Revolution, Nothing Less!
From the RNL Crew:
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This week, our new episode will air on Friday instead of the usual Thursday—and it will be a really important and excellent episode. We'll report on the march that took place on June 12 in Los Angeles, with important support marches in New York City as well as Chicago, to “Show the World: We Are Getting Organized Now for Revolution, Nothing Less!” These marches were a major effort by the revcoms to apply the orientation and carry out the strategy put forward in A Declaration, A Call to Get Organized NOW for a Real Revolution.

The truth is: we've never had so much footage of so many powerful revolutionary speeches, chants, disciplined marching, interviews and bystander reactions to sift through. This is without question the biggest editing job we've ever undertaken. We intend to bring you something really good, so it is going to take an extra day.

Fortunately, we designed last week's episode – Episode 56 – to be a good introduction to everyone who just got involved in or met the revolution through the June 12 marches, as well as deep grounding and guidance for all returning viewers. So we encourage you to use today to rewatch that episode.

Then, be sure to come back to on Friday, June 18, at 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern, for the new episode.

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Wednesday, June 16, 2021

Report on June 12 events across the country posted on

June 12 Marches in Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago Announcing to the World:
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There Is an Emerging Force Organizing NOW for a Real Revolution
From a member of the National Revolution Tour

June 14, 2021 |


On June 12, scores of people marched in each of three cities—Los Angeles, New York City, and Chicago—to “Show the World: We Are Getting Organized Now for REVOLUTION, NOTHING LESS!” The June 12th marches nationwide were conceived, planned and organized as part of—and in the context of—making good on the call from the Revcoms in A Declaration, a Call to Get Organized Now for a Real Revolution.

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In Los Angeles, the march went through an area of South Central, mainly Black and Latino in demographics, to the LA Sheriff’s Station—home to armed, uniformed gangs of murderous enforcers for this system that inflict daily terror and brutality on the people. In New York City, they marched through the heart of Harlem to a local police precinct. There was also a march in South Side Chicago that went to the Englewood Chicago Police Department station.

The marches were led by Revolution Club members stepping and marching in formation—serious, determined, disciplined, with revolutionary élan and a conquering spirit... also, along with many others, expressing the joy and pride of being part of something that is pointing an emancipatory way out of the horrors humanity is caught in under the current system. The marches included some people very new to the revolution, who put on “Revolution—Nothing Less!” or “This System Has No Future for the Youth but the Revolution Does” T-shirts right on the spot. In LA, NYC and Chicago, people from different perspectives—some coming from other important struggles—came out in solidarity or made statements. (read the whole article at

More Sights and Sounds from June 12th

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Friday, June 11, 2021

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Our Loved Ones Were Murdered By Police:

We Call On You to Support the June 12 March to the 7th District Chicago Police (CPD) Station in Englewood

The Revolution Club, Chicago, is calling on “All who want a better world” to join this march which is one of the support actions for a march to the South Los Angeles Sheriff's Station.
The call for June12 says: “Show the World: We Are Getting Organized Now For REVOLUTION, NOTHING LESS!”.
The revolutionary leader Bob Avakian has said that the words “justifiable homicide” pour gasoline on the already burning wounds suffered by people whose loved ones have been murdered by police. We know this to be true because all of us have had to bury loved ones who were killed by police.
We, the undersigned, call on you to support the Revolution Club by  spreading the word about June 12, joining the march and/or finding other ways to support it. [The march will be followed by a car caravan for people unable to walk the route.]
3pm Saturday June 12: Gather at 63rd and Halsted. March to the 7th District at 63rd and Loomis.
Signatories to date:
Gloria Pinex, mother of Darius Pinex murdered by Chicago Police from the 7th District, January 2011
Freddie McGee, father of Freddy Latrice Wilson murdered by Chicago Police, November 2007
Minister Collier Cannon Baggett, grandmother of Jimmel Cannon shot 4 times by Chicago Police at age 13 (Jimmel survived the shooting), July 2011
Panzy Edwards and Makayal Edwards,  mother and sister of Dakota Bright murdered by Chicago Police November 2012..
June 12 Marches in Other Cities

New York City
2 pm
Start @ Marcus Garvey Park, 123rd & Madison Ave., Harlem
March to NYPD 28th Precinct (123rd & Frederick Douglass Blvd.)

Contact: Revolution Club, NYC

March will start at the corner of Los Angeles Southwest College, on Western Ave. and Imperial Hwy. March to the South Los Angeles Sheriff’s Station, 1310 W. Imperial Hwy.

Contact: Revolution Club, Los Angeles  @revclub_la

Saturday, June 5, 2021

 In Chicago, Saturday June 12, 3pm:

MARCH! to the 7th District CPD station in Englewood at 1438 W. 63rd
Starting from 63rd and Halsted (near Whole Foods and Halsted Green Line)

Download flyer (PDF)     Contact: Revolution Club, Chicago
312-804-9121 @revclubchi

June 12 March New York City 2 pm
Start @ Marcus Garvey Park, 123rd & Madison Ave., Harlem
March to NYPD 28th Precinct (123rd & Frederick Douglass Blvd.)
Contact: Revolution Club, NYC        @NYCREVCLUB

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Revolution, Nothing Less Show Ep.55 

"How soon can we sweep this system away?"
Bob Avakian on Tulsa
June 12 MARCH for Revolution

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100 years since the white racist Tulsa Massacre, the truth must be confronted: This system cannot be reformed. It MUST be overthrown! This underscores the importance and urgency of the June 12th March in South Central LA (with support marches in NYC and Chicago) to show the world: “We are getting organized now for revolution, nothing less!” Everyone who dreams of a better world has a role to play.
On this week's episode of The RNL Show:

  ** Bob Avakian’s new statement, “THE RACIST TULSA MASSACRE—THE MOST PROFOUND LESSON,” on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre and Destruction of Black Wall street, as read by Carl Dix at Revolution Books in Harlem.
** “June 12: MARCH! Show the World: We Are Getting Organized Now For REVOLUTION, NOTHING LESS!” Andy Zee will take you to a press conference outside the LA Sheriff’s Office in South Central Los Angeles and bring alive the political fight that has been waged to reverse their denial of a permit to march to the Revcoms on June 12th.
*** The press conference featured Revolution Club National Spokesperson, Noche Diaz; a letter signed by a broad range of public figures; and statements from Rev. Nathaniel Martin (National Action Network, President, LA Chapter), Rev. Frank Wulf (Pastor, Echo Park United Methodist Church), and Emanual Padilla (activist). Also, voices from members of the Revolution Club who have been out organizing for June 12th in the neighborhoods.
*** Bob Avakian answers “What would you say to youth who have been cast out by this system?” From the 2014 Dialogue between Bob Avakian and Cornel West called “Revolution and Religion: The Fight for Emancipation and the Role of Religion.”
There’s nothing more difficult, audacious, needed, or inspiring than a real revolution in this, the most powerful empire in the world. What gives us the nerve to dare -- and how do we go about organizing people into this revolution?
*** Sunsara Taylor will bring you segments from an important meeting of the Revolution Tour and others in Los Angeles, featuring segments of a speech and Q&A by Andy Zee. Andy draws from A Declaration, A Call to Get Organized Now for A Real Revolution to give guidance on how we need to -- and can be -- winning masses of people now to step into this revolution.
** In the face of a barbaric and woman-hating abortion ban in Texas, high school valedictorian Paxton Smith threw out her prepared and approved speech and used her platform to deliver a courageous speech decrying this assault on women. We bring this to you and insist: ABORTION ON DEMAND AND WITHOUT APOLOGY!

Saturday, May 29, 2021

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Carl Dix in person at the store, socially distanced with masks. 
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