The Saturday Free School for Philosophy and Black Liberation invites you to join us for our two-day symposium 'Science and Revolution', celebrating 50 years of the publication of Henry Winston's Strategy for a Black Agenda.
At a time of intense domestic and global political crisis, with the world breaking away from the logic of US imperialism and its war agenda, the ruling class is desperate to maintain its legitimacy through new forms of ideological offensive against the American people. Henry Winston’s life, legacy, and thought take on profound importance in today’s struggle for peace and democracy, to create a strategy for the future.
Featuring a documentary screening, panel presentations, and roundtable discussions, this symposium will study and develop the science that Winston deploys to understand and guide the revolutionary process in America. As part of the symposium, we will also launch Avant-Garde: A Journal of Peace, Democracy, and Science, a journal for our times, which insists that science, art, and history are means for liberation that belong to the people. The first issue of this journal will be dedicated to Henry Winston.
All donations will be used to cover expenses for the symposium, such as renting the venue, a free lunch and dinner, and promotional material. This is event is free and open to the public. We appreciate your contributions and hope to see you there. In addition you can donate via Venmo @Nathan-Barraza-1