The Socialism Series is a bi-weekly forum sponsored by the International Socialist Organization (ISO) to take up key questions facing the socialist movement and Left more broadly. In the next two months the series will focus on two themes: neoliberalism and the politics of oppression. We believe Marxism has a great deal to contribute to any understanding of these issues, and is indispensable for developing a strategy of resistance to both. We also believe that with a growing Left and an ever changing world, its important to continue to develop Marxism as a living and breathing theory around developments and questions we confront as activists.
Marxism, Neoliberalism, and Immigration
June 6th at 7pm
with Denise Romero and Sarah Pomar
CUNY Graduate Center, rm 5/414
365 Fifth Avenue.
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This meeting of the Socialism Series will look at the way the changing global structure of capitalism impacts movement of the global working class. We’ll look at ways that neoliberalism has both reshaped (and often relocated) the working class at the same time as it has increased the need and power to curtail the rights of workers who follow the movement of capital across the globe in search of work, food, and a future.