[Marxism] Tunisian opposition leader shot to death provoking anti-government riots across the country
causecollector at msn.com
Wed Feb 6 09:15:54 MST 2013
Sad news - but I sent an email to this List over a month ago
asking where comrades can give direct support besides just
words in Tunisia - and there was not a single response?
Now this NYC event is listed - what about directly to groups
in Tunisia? I know of the labor federation and some Maoist
groups - any concrete suggestions that make a real difference?
International solidarity is lacking badly here in my opinion.
> Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2013 09:45:41 -0500
> From: acpollack2 at gmail.com
> Subject: Re: [Marxism] Tunisian opposition leader shot to death provoking anti-government riots across the country
> Comrades have no doubt heard or will very soon of the assassination of
> prominent Tunisian leftist Chokri Belaid. Naturally the regime is the
> prime suspect.
> Right now there are masses in the street protesting this murder. Let's
> all stay in touch about developments.
> In New York there happens to be a fundraiser for a Tunisian charity
> this weekend:
> ... and while the announcement says the sponsoring group is not
> political, this is likely to be an opportunity to reconnect with our
> Tunisian comrades here, offer support and find out what type of
> solidarity can be provided.
> I have to say that solidarity with the Tunisian movement is
> particularly crucial given its highly-developed class politics; i.e.,
> the long and diverse history of labor and socialist organizing and
> politics there has lent the Tunisian revolution a particularly
> precious potential.
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