We host accessible educational programming that contributes to building and strengthening popular movements in New York City and beyond as well as a revitalized non-sectarian left intellectual culture rooted in the struggles of the poor and dispossessed.
Our educational programming includes topics such as: history, political economy, social theory, racial/gender/LGBTQIA/immigrant justice, collective strategies for organizing, liberation theology, and many others—with an internationalist focus. Driven by our organizational commitment to building unity across historic lines of division, our programming covers a wide range of subjects, movements, and pedagogical methods.
August 6 @ 6:30 pm
Virtual Book Talk: Climate Solutions Beyond Capitalism
Millions around the world are demanding action and actively seeking solutions to the unfolding climate crisis. But what if we look to solutions beyond how we currently structure our economies? Climate Solutions Beyond Capitalism makes the case that socialism provides the framework for solving the crisisEvent Categories: Book Talks, Classes, Education
August 6 @ 7:00 pm
Makibaka Level 1
Ever wanted to learn Filipino? Through this beginner’s course, not only will we be studying the language itself, but also the history of the Filipino people and the socio-cultural context that helped shape the national language.Event Categories: Classes, Education
August 12 @ 6:00 pm
Amilcar Cabral and the Liberation Struggle
To revolutionary movements throughout the world, the struggle in Guinea is of prime importance as an outstanding illustration of the need to study one’s own concrete conditions and to make the revolution according to these conditions. A lecture and discussion.Event Categories: Classes, Education, Lectures