Significance of May 1968 || Capitalism, Misogyny and Sexual Violence || The Rise of Far-Right in India

Friday, 13 December 2019 - 7:00am to 8:30am

Green Left Radio Special Summer Programming

December 13, 2019.

Featuring three recordings of speeches from notable activists covering different topics as the Significance of May 1968, Capitalism, Misogyny and Sexual Violence, The Rise of the Far-right in India.

The first session is Susan Price member of Socialist Alliance speaking about the significance of May 1968 from a public forum held in Sydney in 2019.

The second session is by Kavita Krishnan who is Secretary of the All India Progressive Women's Association and member of the politburo of the Communist Party of India, and the editor of its monthly publication, Liberation who is speaking about the links between Capitalism, Misogyny and Sexual Violence and was from a session from the 2015 National Conference of Socialist Alliance in Sydney.

The third session is a talk on the rise on the far-right in India by socialists in the United States Rohit Prajapati and Pranav Jani from the Socialism 2019 conference in Chicago this year. The audio is taken from

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