Carl Dix: “There Is An Urgent Need — And There IS Still Time In These Next Few Days — To Prevent This Fascist Regime From Ruling”
We must stay in the streets, and we must become millions. Everybody needs to be part of this. Reach out to family and friends. If you go to school reach out to fellow students. If you belong to a church, reach out to your congregation. If you’re in a labor union, reach out to fellow union members. If you’re part of social media networks, reach out to everyone you know.
These next few days will set a tone and we must NOT underestimate our ability to affect change right now. So call on everyone to flood the streets. Through staying in the streets and disrupting business as usual, over the next few days and into this coming week, we could together grow to millions and bring into being a major political crisis, to which all the factions in the power structure would have to react.
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|Carl Dix is one of the most courageous freedom fighters of the 1960s. As a young man, Dix spent two years in military prison for refusing to fight in the unjust Vietnam War. He emerged to become a founding member of the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP), dedicating his life to the emancipation of all humanity. Grounded in the path breaking and visionary new synthesis of communism developed by the RCP’s Chairman Bob Avakian, Dix has repeatedly gone against the tide in leading the masses to fight for liberation. Twenty years ago, long before media and movements erupted against the daily horrors of police terror and mass incarceration, Carl initiated the October 22 Coalition to STOP Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation. With Cornel West he initiated the Stop Mass Incarceration Network, the campaign to Stop ‘Stop-and-Frisk,’ and the #RiseUpOctober movement bringing nearly 100 families of police murder victims into the streets of NYC together with thousands of others. Carl has not only put his body on the line and to lead others to do the same, he has fought tirelessly to lift people’s sights to revolution and for the emancipation of all humanity.|