Revitalizing Revolutionary Theory and Practice – Chicago, 13 July

24th Jun 2018


The emergence of new social struggles in the U.S. and elsewhere in response to the deepening crises of existing society raises new possibilities—as well as new challenges—for those seeing to develop a viable alternative to capitalism. Join us for a discussion in which the panelists will probe this issue from a variety of critical perspectives.

Kevin B. Anderson (chair)
(LA-based author of Marx at the Margins)


  • Rhaysa Ruas da Fonseca, “Faces of Brazil’s Racial Capitalism: Disruption of Democracy, Rising Fascism, and the Left”
    (Rio-based Black researcher and social activist)
  • Ndindi Kitonga, “Race, Capitalism, and Resistance”
    (LA-based Kenyan-American activist and revolutionary educator)
  • Stephan Hammel, “Crisis of Neoliberalism or of Capitalism?”
    (LA-based writer on Marxian economics and value theory)
  • Peter Hudis, “Why Humanism Matters in the Fight Against Capital”
    (Chicago-based author of Frantz Fanon, Philosopher of the Barricades)

Friday, July 13, 6:30 pm

Loyola University (downtown campus)
Corboy Law Center Room 1401
25 East Pearson (between State St. and Wabash Ave), Chicago

Sponsored by Loyola University Department of Sociology
Co-Sponsored by the International Marxist-Humanist Organization

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