Revolution #264, April 1, 2012

Get This Issue of Revolution Out ALL Over!

As millions confront and discuss the horror of the murder of Trayvon Martin and tens of thousands take to the streets in outraged protest, this issue of Revolution newspaper needs to be in the midst of it all. Nowhere else will people get the cold truth of what happened to Trayvon Martin and how crimes like this flow from the very nature of the U.S. as a capitalist-imperialist power, and how white supremacy has been built into the very foundations of this country from its very beginning. Nowhere else will this bitter truth be linked to the liberating possibilities of communist revolution for a new world where the new power will unleash people to uproot oppressive relations, not to defend and reinforce them. And no other paper will connect people with the actual movement for revolution, and the leadership of Bob Avakian and the RCP.

Getting Revolution out widely can help transform the initial anger about Trayvon into a growing questioning of the legitimacy of the system, and help fuel the growth of the movement for revolution.

Make this happen! Order (and pay for) 20, 50 or 100 papers to bring to work or school, to rallies, marches and forums. Sell it boldly in the street and at protests, leave copies around town or campus, in places where people gather and talk. Email it, post it on Facebook, tweet it. Spread Revolution. Everywhere.

We look forward to hearing about people’s experiences in taking out this issue of Revolution. Send reports and photos to


No more generations of our youth, here and all around the world, whose life is over, whose fate has been sealed, who have been condemned to an early death or a life of misery and brutality, whom the system has destined for oppression and oblivion even before they are born. I say no more of that.

Bob Avakian
Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA
BAsics 1:13


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