Friday, December 12, 2008

Sunsara Taylor at U of MN on "Away With All Gods"

Sunsara Taylor at U of MN on "Away With All Gods"
On a crisp November evening at the University of Minnesota, a surprisingly large crowd gathered in a basement auditorium to hear from Sunsara Taylor, an unapologetic Revolutionary Communist and militant atheist. Hearing the views of a communist isn't as shocking as it may be in other arenas of the public; however, it isn't often that a communist will admit that they are also an atheist. Sunsara Taylor is not ashamed of either her Revolutionary Communism, or her atheism, as she presented Bob Avakian's book, "Away With All Gods, Unchaining the Mind and Radically Changing the World."

2 comments:

  1. however, it isn't often that a communist will admit that they are also an atheist.

    Whaaa?

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  2. I've been told (by RCP supporters) that the RCP is the only "militant" atheist communist organization. Most of the rest (including Kasama, something of a hangout for ex-RCPers) seem tolerant or inclusive of religious moderates.

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