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    from Bob Avakian

     "No more generations of our youth, here and all around the world, whose life is over, whose fate has been sealed, who have been condemned to an early death or a life of misery and brutality, whom the system has destined for oppression and oblivion even before they are born. I say no more of that."

    Bob Avakian
    Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA
    BAsics 1:13

    What We're All About

    Revolution Books is NOT about learning to survive on increasingly shrinking ground, accepting the status quo... a relic of a bygone age. It is about contributing to a new atmosphere of critical engagement, putting revolution back into the conversation...  

    More Than Books...
    A Path to a Better World!

    Special Issue of Revolution

    The Revolution We Need

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    Please Visit
    Thursday
    Oct302014

    Book Launching & Photo Exhibition

    A Nation Rising: 
    Hawaiian Movements for Life, Land and Sovereignty

    Sunday, November 2, 3pm: Book Launching, Book Signing, Reception & Photo Exhibit

    With editors Noelani Goodyear Ka`opua, Ikaika Hussey, Erin Kahunawaika`ala Wright; and photographer Ed Greevy.

     

     

     

     

    Sunday, 5:30-7pm 
    (following the launch of "Nation Rising")

    A memorial gathering to honor Jennifer Laude
    Statement, cultural presentations, discussion
    Organized by Decolonial Pinays

    Jennifer Laude, a transwoman, was killed by a US marine in Olongapo, Philippines on October 11. It's a tragedy that has galvanized the LGBT community in the Philippines to demand respect. It has also been an opportunity for progressive groups in the Philippines who have been critical of the Visiting Forces Agreement to again remind everyone of the US military presence as a threat to the Philippines' sovereignty.

     

    Friday
    Oct172014

    Life, Death and Bravery in Central America

    a presentation by Barbara Polk

    Sunday, November 9, 3pm

    In Fall 2013 Barbara Polk visited indigenous and peasant communities in Honduras and Guatemala to learn about their lives and their struggles for land, water, and food. She has since followed up on events in the communities she visited. Her talk and photos will focus on what she learned on her trip and since then.

    Barbara is a retired University of Hawai`i administrator who has been working with Common Cause Hawaii and Americans for Democratic Action/Hawai`i to promote progressive issues.


    Sunday
    Oct122014

    Open House and refreshments

    Sunday, November 23, 2-5pm

    An informal pre-holiday open house for conversation and sharing. The contingent that traveled to the NYC to hear the Dialogue between Cornel West and Bob Avakian will be in the house to talk about their trip. There will be no formal program so come anytime between 2-5pm to socialize - and to buy books to give during the holidays. 

    Revolution Books will be closed Friday-Sunday, November 14-16 to enable staff to join the Hawai`i contingent to "Revolution and Religion, The Fight for Emancipation and the Role of Religion," a dialogue between Cornel West and Bob Avakian. For information: Dialogue.


    Tuesday
    Sep022014

    Ferguson, Missouri

    Monday
    Jul282014

    The Case of ISRAEL

    Bastion of Enlightenment…

    or Enforcer for Imperialism:

    The Case of ISRAEL

    The state of Israel is projected to the world as an outpost of democracy and tolerance in a sea of hostile, intolerant Islam bent on its destruction. To be considered a credible mainstream voice in U.S. politics, academia, or the media, one must present Israel as a front line of defense against Jihad, and a critical fortress defending "our way of life."

    When Israel carries out acts that are simply indefensible under international law, such actions are defended by the U.S., rarely noted in the media, and allowable criticism in the U.S. is constrained to mildly taking issue with Israel's "disproportionate response" to what is always branded "terrorism."

    Please click here to read the complete article.