WHAT’S ON

CHICAGO

Thursdays, through July 27. 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Marxism Reloaded: series of classes on the Marxist world outlook. At Unity Center, 3339 S. Halsted. For info & to register, call Workers Education Society, (773) 446-9925.

Thursday, July 13, 6 p.m.
Class, race and gender: the working class and its allies. Discussion leader: Susan Webb, opinion page editor, People’s Weekly World.

Thursday, July 20, 6 p.m.
The Marxist view of social development. Discussion leader: Dee Myles, chair, National Education Commission, CPUSA.

Thursday, July 27, 6 p.m.
From the struggle for democracy to socialism, USA. Discussion leader: Scott Marshall, chair, National Labor Commission, CPUSA.

FARGO, ND

Aug. 5, Sat.

Lewis Lubka 80th Birthday Party! If you are a friend of Lew Lubka, his children invite you to join us to celebrate Lew’s 80th year. The event will be in Fargo, North Dakota, on August 5th, 2006. For information please send an email to lubka@netzero.com, or call 646-217-0775.

LOS ANGELES

August 6, Sunday, 2pm

Come and celebrate Comrade Esther Cicconi’s 87th birthday! Food, music, and dancing. At L.A. Workers Hall, 1251 South Saint Andrews Place. Suggested donation: $10 (no one turned away for lack of funds) Proceeds benefit the PWW and the L.A. Workers’ Center. RSVP to Joe & Martha: (323) 732-2639, or email:

LOUISVILLE, KY

Film Festival Featuring films about & from Cuba

July 28, Fri.,
7 p.m., Bloqueo: Looking at the U.S. Embargo Against Cuba, directed by Heather Haddon & Rachel Dannefer, 2005.
9 p.m., Inventos: Hip Hop Cubano, directed by Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi, 2005.

July 29, Sat.,
7 p.m., Fidel: The Untold Story, directed by Estelle Bravo, 2001.
9 p.m., Inventos: Hip Hop Cubano

July 30, Sun.,
6 p.m. , Havana Nagila, written & directed by Laura Paull, 1995
7:30 p.m., The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil, directed by Faith Morgan, 2006.

At Kentucky Theater , 651 S. 4th St. Wheelchair accessible. Cuban coffee, music, informal discussion, & photographs in theater café before & after films. Suggested donation $5-$25; no one turned away for lack of funds. Festival includes Spanish language films with English subtitles. Info: (502) 558-3568.

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