WHAT'S NEXT FOR OCCUPY & THE ROLE OF THE I.S.O.
"BERKELEY IN THE 60s" Film Screening
THURSDAY, DEC 15TH, 7 PM
CAMPUS CENTER 3RD FLOOR
ROOM 3315 (LOOK FOR SIGNS BY STUDENT CLUBS)
2011 has been a year of global resistance. From the Arab Spring to the American Fall, people around the world have begun organizing against a system based on war, inequality, and oppression. The idea that another world is possible is now on the minds of millions around the globe.
Join us to discuss the next steps for the Occupy movement and the importance of the I.S.O. in this new era of class struggle. Then afterwards, celebrate the end of the semester with a movie showing about the political struggles in Berkeley, CA in the 1960s.
1) What's Next for Occupy and the Role of the I.S.O.: 45 Mins
2) "Berkeley in the 60s" Film Showing: 90 Mins