HAVANA BOOK FAIR DISCUSSES LABOR, NATURE, AND THE EVOLUTION OF HUMANITY

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HAVANA BOOK FAIR DISCUSSES LABOR, NATURE, AND THE EVOLUTION OF HUMANITY

April 24 panel at Havana International Book Fair. From left, Róger Calero, Pathfinder editor; Mary-Alice Waters, a leader of Socialist Workers Party and president of Pathfinder Press; Fernando González, president of Cuban Institute for Friendship with the Peoples; Zuleica Romay, director of Afro-American Studies at Casa de las Américas; Pedro Pablo Rodríguez, lead editor of complete works of José Martí; and Victor Dreke, longtime revolutionary combatant.

Labor, Nature, and the Evolution of Humanity includes writings from Frederick Engels, Karl Marx, and George Novack, along with an opening article by Waters that takes up the importance of those fundamental works of Marxism in today’s class struggle. “It’s a book about forging a working-class vanguard of all nationalities, religions, skin colors, and both sexes,” said Mary-Alice Waters.

Read Mary-Alice Waters speech about Labor, Nature, and the Evolution of Humanity at the Havana Book Fair here.

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