A socialist realist depiction of Russian revolutionary leader V.I. Lenin during the triumph of the seizure of power by the Bolshevik Party in October 1917. Lenin led the first socialist state in history until his death in 1924., a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr.
Please attend the ongoing Detroit Marxism Classes. This week's class on Sat., June 18, between 5:00-7:00pm, will examine the important groundbreaking essays written by V.I. Lenin during the days leading up
to the Russian Revolution of October 1917.
"The State and Revolution" analyzes the role of the capitalist and imperialist government and the necessity of a socialist revolution to liberate the working class and the oppressed.
Reading materials for the class will be available on Saturday.
Details for the class is as follows:
Chapter 4 of "State and Revolution" by V.I. Lenin
To download reading materials just click on the URL below:
WWP Discussion Leader: Abayomi Azikiwe
editor of the Pan-African News Wire and contributing editor to Workers World newspaper
Saturday, June 18, 2011, 5 p.m.
5920 Second Avenue, Detroit
Just north of Wayne State University and I-94, one block west of Cass at Antoinette
For more information call 313.671.3715