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When: Thursday, September 20, 2018, 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Where: encuentro 5 • 9A Hamilton Place • Boston

This event celebrates Victor Wallis’ new book, Red-Green Revolution. Building on decades of serious theorizing, teaching, and organizing against the challenges facing humanity living under the weight of an ecocidal and militarized capitalism, Victor writes in the tradition and style of the independent socialists of Monthly Review. Channeling George Monbiot’s and Naomi Klein’s wide lens and sense of urgency, Victor also brings intellectual rigor and startling clarity to a wide range of immediate concerns: diversity and coalition building; local and global organizing; post-capitalist social organization; technological change and social relations. Chaired by Edward Carson, the event also features a conversation between Victor and five movement organizers, Kim Barzola, Elan Axelbank, Mea Johnson, Keely Mullen, and Nino Brown.

Light refreshments and post-event reception.

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