Workers World Film Showing:
Living Along the Fenceline
& Discussion on U.S. Imperialism and Latest War Threats Against Syria
When: Saturday April 8th - 4pm to 6:30
Where: Harriet Tubman Center for Social Justice - 5278 W. Pico Blvd
Contact: (323) 899-2003
War spending has been increasing for decades at the cost of people's needs at home. This trend isn't a matter of keeping up with inflation - the Pentagon is without a doubt, the fastest growing menace to the world. No administration - Democratic or Republican - has ever attempted to stop it. Millions of people from Yemen to Okinawa, from Puerto Rico to the Philippines, bear the horrendous consequences, and those who resist, such as the activists in this film who all organize against the presence of U.S. bases near their homes, need our support and solidarity. To build a movement that can make a difference, activists need a clear analysis of U.S. imperialist manuevers, threats, and shifts in their strategy to build the powerful people's movement that is needed.
Also, we'll have a report about U.S. imperialism and its war drives and the latest war drive against Syria - Who benefits from trillions spent on war and genocide against working, poor and oppressed peoples abroad while basic services are cut here? What can we do to stop this latest drive for U.S. war and expose rehashed lies and the corporate-powered social media campaign for war in Syria? What are the real aims there?
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