An invitation to a delegate report back from the
International League of People’s Struggles (ILPS)
4th International Assembly & International Festival for People’s Rights & Struggles
BUILD A BRIGHT FUTURE: A Reportback on the 4th ILPS
Saturday, Oct 29th, 2p to 5p
$5-$10 Donations accepted
at the Solidarity Center
55 W. 17th Street, 5th Fl
Between 5th and 6th Aves. (trains to 14th St.)
Light refreshments will be served
As Occupy Wall St. has taken the country by storm, why are developing countries around the world, such as the Philippines, expressing international solidarity for the American’s people’s rage over the effects of capitalism and corporate greed? What are the roots of the global economic crisis and how does this relate to Occupy Wall St. and people struggling around the world? Is there a need for greater cooperation and coordination amongst peoples struggling against the effects of finance capital, which Wall St. represents?
Join us as delegates from New York and New Jersey who traveled to Manila, Philippines in July 2011 speak on their experiences and impressions of the International League of People’s Struggle (ILPS), a global alliance of peoples organizations around the world, and report back on their time spent with Filipino peoples organizations waging a struggle for social liberation.
ILPS member organizations in the Tri-State area include the International Action Center, Al-Awda NY, NY May 1st Coalition for Worker and Immigrant Rights, and BAYAN USA.
sponsored by BAYAN USA and the International Action Center