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ANTI-CAPITALIST THEORY & PRACTICE An Afternoon of Collective Discussions

An Afternoon of Collective Discussions

Join us for a series of interesting conversations. Many of these short discussions feed into on-going public school classes.

12:00 – 12:55
Anarchist Legal Defense

1:00 – 1:55
Reviving the Strike:
& Other Class War Activities
Reviving the Strike
Public School Group

2:00 – 2:55
Anti-Gentrification Part I: Screening of Redevelopment: A Marxist Analysis (1974)
Filmmaker will
be present

3:00 – 3:55
Anti-Gentrification Part II: 
Roundtable Discussion
Researching/Mapping Land Use History Public School Group & San Francisco Tenants Union

4:00 – 4:55
The Communization Current
Endnotes & Communization Research Cluster Public School Group

5:00 – 5:55
Struggle for CCSF:
An Anti-Authoritarian Perspective
Public School & Occupy the Richmond District

Redstone Building, Saturday March 16

1. 2940 16th Street, The Redstone Building, formerly called “The San Francisco Labor Temple,” was built in 1914 for the San Francisco Labor Council, including labor union offices and meeting halls. The building was a hub of union organizing for over half a century. It played a significant role in the long and violent 1917 United Railroads Streetcar Strike, as well as the 83-day West Coast maritime strike that led to the 1934 San Francisco General Strike. Six of the murals inside the lobby depict the history of class struggle in San Francisco, like the 1934 general strike, the Chinese women garment workers who went on strike against the National Dollar Store factory in 1938, the department store strikes of the early forties and the career of Dow Wilson of Painters Local 4, who was assassinated in front of the building in 1966. The Redstone once hosted Theatre Rhinoceros or The Rhino, founded in 1977 (and moving here in 1981), which produces original LGBT live theater and is the world’s oldest and longest-running queer theatre. It left the Redstone in 2009.



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