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A revolutionary web-a-thon? Yes! Find out about the Movement for Revolution in this country by participating in a dynamic “Put Revolution on the Map” web-a-thon on Sunday, August 8, 2010 from 4PM to 10PM EST. This web-a-thon is both a fundraiser and a means to introduce people to "The Revolution We Need... The Leadership We Have" Campaign; and the leader of the movement, Bob Avakian, a tremendous revolutionary leader and thinker. We are at www.revolutiononthemapwebcast.blogspot.comOn June 20, several hundred people participated in the campaign's first webathon. 160 people donated and we surpassed the goal. $10,048 has been raised with almost $1,000 in pledges yet to come in. This was a success and showed the potential of "giving people the means to become part of this revolutionary movement, and organizing into this movement everyone who wants to make a contribution to it, who wants to work and fight, to struggle and sacrifice, not to keep this nightmare of a world going as it is but to bring a better world into being." [From Message and Call. www.revcom.us/a/171/statement-en.html]We are aiming to raise $12,000 by getting to a larger body of new people to check out the web-a-thon and the movement behind it. Find out about this!There is also a Facebook GROUP page: “Put Revolution on the Map.” The Facebook EVENT page is Put Revolution On The Map" #2: $12,000 Fund Drive Web-a-thon.”The Blog address is: http://revolutiononthemapwebcast.blogspot.com/. You can also join us at Twitter at www.twitter.com/RevOnTheMap
With all of the factors mentioned in your discourse, would you consider the possibility that perhaps it is time for Blacks Americans to immigrate to other countries? Being an immigrant in any country, is difficult. Yet, often the ability to start businesses, be respected and live a normal life, may be possible somewhere else. What's your opinion?
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