Events

Chicago: Solving the jobs crisis, potluck and politics, food for thought and action

February 14 2010 13:00 - February 14 2010 16:00

Are the Obama administration and Congressional plans good enough? Labor says no. What do you think?

What is the nature of the current economic crisis? Is the recession over and a recovery on its way? Is this crisis cyclical or is there something unique and different about this one? What can be done to build a mass movement for public works jobs?

1 pm - potluck

2 pm - discussion (will start promptly)

At Unity Center, 3339 S Halsted, Chicago

This event is part of "Can Capitalism Last? A Marxist Update" and "US Politics at a Transition Point" discussion series sponsored by the Communist Party, USA.

Reading materials available at Unity Center and at the event. Book "Can Capitalism Last" is $10, Discussion document "US Politics at a Transition Point" online at: http://cpusa.org/main-convention-discussion-document-u-s-politics-at-a-transition-point/

All are welcome!

Already a CPUSA member? Want to join? Bring your dues to the event. Dues are $60 yearly ($5/month) OR $24 yearly ($3/month) for unemployed, students and low income.

For more information: 773-446-9930 or email: cpillinois@cpusa.org