Lots of people at a march holding picket signs and a very large long banner with red fist and words Solidarity trumps hate

Thursday, April 12, 7-8:30pm
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 30 W. Woodruff
The ISO’s Where We Stand document, which details ISO’s guiding political principles, reads:

“To achieve socialism, the most militant workers must be organized into a revolutionary socialist party. The ISO is committed to playing a role in laying the foundations for such a party. We aim to build an independent socialist organization, rooted in workplaces, schools and neighborhoods that, in fighting today’s struggles, also wins larger numbers to socialism.” (page 1) 

But what exactly is the theory behind this, and what does this theory look like in practice? How do our local branch routines and practices such as movement work, study groups, recruitment, and our organization’s newspaper relate to this project? 

Join us for a discussion on building revolutionary organization today. This meeting is both for members, and for anyone interested in learning about the theory and practice behind ISO's overall political project. 


See the full text of Where We Stand here: https://www.internationalsocialist.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Where_We_Stand.pdf