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Revolutionary politics, debate and entertainment

Everywhere we look in the world there are revolutions and struggles that are challenging dictatorship, economic inequality, and oppression.

From Cairo to Madison, these struggles show us that "another world is possible." But they also raise questions about what ideas, strategies, and tactics are necessary to carry the struggle forward.
Socialism 2011 will provide an opportunity for new and veteran activists to discuss what these events mean for our world, and for our own movements today.

Last year, more than 1,500 people turned out to Socialism 2010 in Oakland and Chicago.

Don’t miss the chance to meet with hundreds of others like you who want to build an alternative to a system of greed, racism, war and oppression.

Featured speakers: Anthony Arnove • Omar Barghouti • John Carlos • Todd Chretien • Mark Clements • Eric Cobb • Nicole Colson • Dana Cloud • Paul D'Amato • Steve Early • Egyptian Activists • Sam Farber • Joel Geier • Rayyan Ghumma • Anand Gopal • Glenn Greenwald • Arun Gupta • Sarah Knopp • Dan Lane • Paul LeBlanc • Alan Maass • Marlene Martin • Scott McLemee • Immanuel Ness • Khury Petersen-Smith • Mostafa Omar • Helen Redmond • Jennifer Roesch • Elizabeth Schulte • Helen Scott • Liliana Segura • Ahmed Shawki • Sharon Smith • Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor • Jeffery Webber • Lee Wengraf • Sherry Wolf • Elizabeth Wrigley-Field • Dave Zirin

Choose from more than 100 meetings, including: Egypt: The revolution continues • Wisconsin: The end of the one-sided class war • Teachers vs. billionaires: The fight for real education reform • Nuclear madness: Why nuclear power is not a “clean” option • Sitdown! The rise of the CIO • The Mexican Revolution of 1910 • Imperialism and revolution in Libya • The fight for transgender rights • Class and class struggle in Africa • Racism and inequality today: The state of Black America • Malcolm X: A life of reinvention • Abortion without apology: The case for a new movement • Out on the street: The housing crisis and the movement against foreclosures • From the Moral Majority to the Tea Party: Understanding the right in the U.S. • Crime, cops and capitalism • Crisis and class struggle in the age of austerity • The fight for immigrant rights after Arizona • Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions: The global struggle for Palestinian rights • Portugal 1974-75

And many, many more:

What they say about past Socialism Conferences...

The young people at the conference took me back in time to when you were ready to stand for what was right. It lets you know that what you may have planted years ago will come to reality today. I feel great to have become a part of it.
Dr. John Carlos, 1968 Olympic bronze medalist who raised the Black Power salute.

Socialism conferences are exciting gathering places for students and young activists, for revolutionary scholars and fighters for social justice, to share ideas and experiences that can help us understand and change the world. I've been to a couple—it's not enough. I'm coming again.
Paul LeBlanc, socialist and author

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Sponsored by the Center for Economic Research and Social Change, publisher of the International Socialist Review and Haymarket Books, and co-sponsored by the International Socialist Organization, publisher of

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