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Marxist School of Sacramento

Point of View Speaker Series

Challenging Perspectives on Current Issues

The Marxist School Of Sacramento
Point Of View (POV) Lecture Series
New Location, New Time and New Format (starting March 15, 2018)

Our Point Of View Lecture Series continues at a new location, new time, and new format. We will hold the POV lectures at Cafe & Brew, 925 Third Street (at J Street)., Sacramento, 6:30–8:30pm.

The café is located just off the J Street off-ramp on Interstate 5.
It has bus, rail, and light rail service nearby and there is plenty of parking. The café gives us an opportunity to have a meal with our speakers before they make their presentations. We will meet in the café's private meeting room at 5:30 pm for a meal with the speaker.

The lectures and presentations will begin in the same room at 6:30 pm, and end at 8:30 pm. Optionally, food may be ordered during that time. Individuals are responsible for their own, separate checks for their meals, beverages, desserts, etc.

The Marxist School of Sacramento reimburses speakers for their travel costs, and purchases a meal for them. The school depends upon the generous support of tax-deductible donations from the community to meet its expenses to continue to feature the POV Lecture Series.

We decided to change the location and format of the Point Of View Lecture Series so that it could continue, without charge to public participants, to feature activists, academics, and writers whose work investigates and demonstrates the analysis of Karl Marx.

Thursday, March 15: Jewels Smith; 6:30–8:30pm, Café and Brew

Book CoverJuliana "Jewels" Smith is the creator and writer of (H)afrocentric that features four disgruntled undergrads of color and their adventures at Ronald Reagan University. In 2016, Smith took home the Glyph Award for Best Writer for Volume 4 of her independent series. She was also honored by the African American Library and Museum of Oakland with the first annual Excellence in Comics and Graphic Novels Award. She created (H)afrocentric as a way to challenge students and readers alike about the presumptions around race, class, gender and sexuality through character dialogue. She has given talks about the relationship between comics, humor, racial justice, and gender equity at The Schomburg Center, New York Comic Con, Studio Museum of Harlem, The Cooper Union, and more.

See the complete Point of View Schedule

All events at the Marxist School of Sacramento are free and open to the public. We rely entirely on voluntary donations to pay for speaker expenses, room rentals, copying, and mailing costs. Donations to The Marxist School of Sacramento are tax-deductible.

Checks may be made to The Marxist School of Sacramento and mailed to P.O. Box 160564, Sacramento, CA 95816, or donate on this site using PayPal.