Immigrants Under Attack: No Human Being Is Illegal! – Thursday Oct 8., 8pm ET / 5pm PT

With immigrant rights activists
Lisa Luinenberg and Cristobal Cavazos

Thursday Oct. 8, 8pm ET / 5pm PT

Lisa Luinenberg is a longtime immigrant rights and social justice activist in Minneapolis.

Cristobal Cavazos is an activist with Immigrant Solidarity DuPage in DuPage County, Illinois.

Contact us at socialistaction@lmi.net
Phone: 510-268-9429

MORE UPCOMING EVENTS


Thursday Oct. 15, 8pm ET / 5pm PT

Revolutionary Cuba Today

  • Fighting the Blockade
  • Cuba’s Medical Brigades & the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Cuba’s Solidarity with Venezuela

Gail Walker, Co-Chair, National Network on Cuba, Director, IFCO Pastors for Peace

Ike Nahem, Organizer for the International US-Cuba Normalization Conference, Founding Member, New York-New Jersey Cuba Si Coalition


Thursday Oct. 22, 8pm ET / 5pm PT

Exposing the U.S. Imperialist War Machine:
Syria, Iran, Venezuela, and Yemen

Joe Lombardo, National Coordinator, United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)

Judith Bello, Administrative Committee,  UNAC; Syria Solidarity Committee


Tuesday Nov. 3

Spend Election Night with Socialist Action!

Jeff Mackler for President
Socialist Action Election Night Rally


with Friends of Socialist Action

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