Public meeting to celebrate 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution

Public meeting to celebrate 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution

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Coventry Socialist Party are holding a special public meeting on Wednesday 25th October at 7.30pm, to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution.

We are very pleased to announce that our main speaker will be former Labour MP Dave Nellist.

The Russian Revolution was the greatest event in human history – it saw the overthrow of Tsarism and the abolition of capitalism with the workers taking power led by the Bolsheviks.

With capitalism currently in a deep crisis and socialism increasingly on the agenda in Britain and around the world we will be looking back at what happened in 1917 and what the lessons are for today’s struggles. This will be an excellent meeting not to be missed!

Wednesday 25th October
Methodist Hall, Coventry, CV1 2HA
Main speaker – Dave Nellist
7.30pm

We have created a dedicated website with articles, background information, timelines and analysis – click here to check it out!

We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday!

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Coventry Socialists to celebrate International Women’s Day and the start of the Russian Revolution at public meeting

Coventry Socialists to celebrate International Women’s Day and the start of the Russian Revolution at public meeting

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Women helped spark the Russian Revolution!

Coventry Socialist Party has organised a public meeting on Wednesday March 8th to mark International Women’s Day. We will be discussing the start of the Russian Revolution, which began in February 1917 and was led by women workers.

Corinthia Ward from Birmingham Socialist Party will speak about the history of International Women’s Day in what should be an excellent meeting. Corinthia is the author of an article in the current issue of The Socialist newspaper and a trade union activist. All interested in learning about what took place and how it relates to the struggles and campaigns of today are welcome. There will be plenty of time for discussion and debate.

Weds 8th March, 7.30pm Methodist Hall, New Union Street, Coventry City Centre