Hear Ian Angus
Saturday, Dec. 10 at 2 p.m.
Viewings and Discussions with the Author at Central Connecticut State Student Center in the Philbrick Room and at University of Connecticut’s Laurel Hall, Room 101
“To avoid global warming and other dangers threatening human and ecological survival, entire sectors of industry and agriculture must be suppressed, reduced, or restructured, and others must be developed, while providing full employment for all. Such a radical transformation is impossible without collective control of the means of production and democratic planning of production and exchange. Democratic decisions on investment and technological development must replace control by capitalist enterprises, investors, and banks in order to serve the long-term horizon of society’s and nature’s common good.” ----Ian Angus
Join us for a lecture, followed by exchanges with Angus, about how to build the kind of movement capable of the social and economic transformation we know is required.
For more information:
CCSU: Christopherhutch@gmail.com, 860-967-9836
UConn: Evan.firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-803-5741
Date and Time
CCSU Student Parking Entrance Student center
105 Ella Grasso Boulevard
Philbrick Room CCSU Student Center/UConn Laurel Hall room 101
New Britain, CT 06053