What lessons can be drawn from the experiences of black revolutionaries and activists in the 1960s and 1970s? What drove the leaders of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers to take the risks, do the hard work, and allocate resources to build and project a revolutionary black workers organization?

Join Mike Hamlin, Chairman, a founding member of DRUM and the League of Revolutionary Black Workers, for a discussion and book signing:

Saturday, November 22, 2014, 1:00 pm at: Black Stone Bookstore & Cultural Center, 214 W. Michigan Avenue, Ypsilanti, MI. Phone: 734-961-7376.

Pick up your copy of Mike’s book:

A Black Revolutionary’s Life in Labor: Black Workers Power in Detroit

by Mike Hamlin with Michele Gibbs.


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