https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XapASGT2i9w Corinne from Red Youth and the CPGB-ML talks at the Februray 2016 annual general meeting of the Stalin Society in London. She asks - who was Stalin? What role did he play in the formation of the world’s fist socialist country - the USSR - and the building and defence of socialism? What lasting … Continue reading Stalin’s significance today – Red Youth Corinne
Comrades from Red Youth gave a presentation to the Stalin Society on Sunday, discussing what the vital lessons of the Russian revolution, Stalin's role in building socialism, and what it means to us today. The presentation from comrade Dan is reproduced below. Why bother discussing Stalin and the Soviet Union today? The case is closed, … Continue reading What does Stalin mean today? Part Two
Comrades from Red Youth yesterday gave a presentation to the Stalin Society, discussing what the vital lessons of the Russian revolution, Stalin's role in building socialism, and what it means to us today. The presentation by comrade Corinne is reproduced below. Before I express what Stalin means to me, I would first like to discuss … Continue reading What does Stalin mean today? Part One
Comrades last week joined a packed audience at Marx Memorial Library to celebrate the life, work, and message of Paul Robeson 40 years after his death. A panel consisting of Glenroy Watson, Hakim Adi, George Galloway, Paul Reid, and Tayo Aluko paid tribute to Robeson's lifelong struggle against racism, imperialism, and injustice. The panel spoke … Continue reading Ol’ Man River: Robeson’s Legacy
Red Youth and CPGB-ML attended the Wigan Diggers festival on Saturday, remembering another aspect of the people's British history, rather than the bourgeois narratives that seek to erase the rich heritage of workers in this country and abroad.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teF94iX14rA This is a VERY important presentation on the anti-war movement: PLEASE WATCH AND SHARE! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teF94iX14rA Harpal Brar speaks at a meeting in Birmingham, on the topic of Imperialism & War. It is a topic that everyone in Britain, which remains an imperialist country, must understand. Further meetings that you can attend: http://www.cpgb-ml.org/index.php?secName=events, including London, Manchester, … Continue reading Imperialism and war: Why did WW1, WW2 and every other war since REALLY happen?