Days that Shook the World: 100 years since October 1917

100 years since October

✪ Days that Shook the World: 100 years since the October revolution and the fight for socialism today ✪

Saturday 14 October at 11:00–17:30

Student Central (Formerly ULU)
WC1E 7HY, London

A day of discussion and debate on October 1917 in the former Russian empire and its impact on working class struggle around the world, as Cuba and Venezuela stand on the front line of revolutionary change in a world of capitalist crisis and war.

Speakers include:

- Teresita Vicente Sotolongo - Cuban Ambasssador to the UK
- Helen Yaffe - author of Che Guevara, the Economics of Revolution
- Trevor Rayne - editorial board, Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism!
- Sam McGill - writer on Venezuela and activist with Rock around the Blockade
- Lucy roberts -

On the day:

11:00 - Registration

11:30 - The Revolution of 1917 and its relevance today / Women and Revolution

14:00-15:00 - Lunch with Soviet Art

15:00 - 17:30 - Revolution Today: Socialist Cuba and the struggle for socialism in Venezuela



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