Questions, Challenges and New Visions: A Conversation between Fred Ho and Eric Mann

May 17, 2013

Do you still believe you can and want to end white supremacy, patriarchy, imperialism and build a revolutionary post-capitalist world? Then come to this historic event in a historic location: Veteran organizers and revolutionary theorists Eric Mann and Fred Ho, founders respectively of the Labor Community Strategy Center in Los Angeles, and Scientific Soul Sessions in New York City, will have a public conversation about the way forward for the 21st century, to the tune of the live music of the Scientific Soul Band!

Socialism or ecosocialism? Mass organizing or ending empire? Help us discover the dialectic between revolution and prefiguration, for the restoration of the commons, as we “combine the provable and the unprovable in intense and invigorating environments”.

Monday June 3, 2013 | 7PM to 9PM
The National Black Theater
2031-2033 5th Avenue @ 125th Street | New York, NY

Free Admission

Moderated by
Dequi Kioni-Sadiki (Scientific Soul Sessions) and Matt Meyer (Campaign to FreeRussell Maroon Shoatz and Resistance in Brooklyn)

Featuring performers:
The Scientific Soul Band: Ben Barson, royal hartigan, Art Hirahara, Bhinda Keidel, Mixashawn Rozie, Amanda Ruzza AND vocalists Iyanna Jones and Youn Jung Kim

Fred Ho is a famed composer-musician and revolutionary matriarchal socialist and aspiring luddite. He is fighting stage 4C metastatic cancer.

Eric Mann is the famed author of Comrade George: An Investigation into the life, political thought, and assassination of George Jackson and founder of the Labor/Community Strategy Center in Los Angeles.

This is an event organized by Scientific Soul Sessions. For more information, please visit