Socialist Night School: Bernie 2020 and Class Struggle

February 4, 2020

"Not me, us" is the slogan of Bernie Sanders' 2020 presidential run. On the campaign trail, Bernie has consistently emphasized that he alone can't transform society that in order to end the stranglehold of the billionaire class over society, millions of working-class Americans must get involved in the political process.

Why does Bernie insist on the need for a mass movement to change society? What is Bernie's campaign doing to build that movement? What would a working-class movement need to be like in order to enact fundamental change, and what should socialists do to grow that movement? What should we do if and when Bernie wins — or loses?

Join East Bay DSA's Socialist Night School on Tuesday, February 4 to discuss these questions and others, in the third of a special four-part series on Bernie Sanders, capitalism, and democratic socialism.

See the assigned readings here.


When: February 4, 2020, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Where: East Bay Community Space 507 55th St, Oakland, CA, 94609
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