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MEDIA RELEASE: Weekly Meetings of RSM-Sudbury Resume June 3

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Weekly Meetings of RSM-Sudbury Resume June 3: Join Us Every Friday Evening Downtown for Anti-capitalist Readings, Discussion and Action!

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  Weekly Meetings of RSM-Sudbury Resume June 3  
Join Us Every Friday Evening Downtown for
Anti-capitalist Readings, Discussion and Action!

The Sudbury chapter of the Revolutionary Student Movement is moving our weekly anti-capitalist discussion and planning meetings to downtown for the Spring and Summer!

When:  Every Friday (starting June 3), 6:30-8pm

Where:  Scrabbalatte Café, 66 Elm St, downtown Sudbury (wheelchair-accessible)
Join us for introductory lessons on Marxist politics, economics and history. Each week we read an important work of revolutionary theory and discuss it in relation to conditions facing the proletariat and oppressed peoples today, in this country and across the world. Starting from the basics, we will arm ourselves with a revolutionary understanding of Canadian society as a settler-colonial, imperialist and capitalist system – and unite around what it will take to fundamentally transform it in the interests of the working class!
While the focus will mainly be on education and discussion, we will also do some organizing (group outreach, participation in demonstrations, political presentations, etc.) to apply what we learn, push forward anti-capitalist politics, and build the Revolutionary Student Movement in struggle throughout the city.
The first meeting will include a brief intro to MER-RSM aimed at new attendees. For those who have not connected with us due to remoteness of past meeting locations at LU, or lack of familiarity with the ideas that guide us, this is a good chance to get involved! Everyone is welcome.
RSM-Sudbury / / / See our past work in Sudbury.
Mandate of the pan-Canadian Revolutionary Student Movement


We are the Canada-wide revolutionary, combative, militant, and anti-capitalist student movement. We align our struggles with those of the broader working class. We are a movement guided by communist principles that serves the people in their fight for emancipation from the capitalist system. We organize proletarian students in the interest of the revolutionary working class movement.


We are revolutionary, not reformist. We maintain our independence from the bourgeois state, and we support the peoples’ struggles against capitalism, imperialism, and colonialism in Canada and internationally.

We will end exploitation, alienation, and all oppressions by supporting struggles against institutional and individual oppressions in their various forms. We strive to support externally and maintain internally a strong anti-racist, anti-fascist, anti-ableist, LGBTQ2S*-inclusive, and proletarian feminist culture in both word and action.



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