Casey Doyle

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Casey Doyle


Casey Doyle is a Massachusetts activist.

Communist Party

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In 2014, Nick Giannone, Casey Doyle, Chris Persampieri, and Jeff Baker, were all affiliated with the Communist Party USA in Boston.[1]

What's race got to do with it?

"What's race got to do with it? Class, ethnicity and conflict in an evolving U.S. nation"

Sunday 15 February 2015, 20:00, Organized by : Communist Party USA

Join us for a Sunday evening discussion of Lenin's analysis of nations and national oppression and their applicability to 21st century America. Joe Sims will facilitate.

Those indicating they would attend on Wherevent include Dee Myles, Casey Doyle, Michelle Kern, Keri Rautenkranz Barbara Russum, Christian L. Wade, Athena Matyear, Emily Nashoba Dykes, Abby Liz, Betty Smith, Kelly Sinclair, Kathleen Casey, Chris Reynolds, Charles Brown, Josh Leclair, Roberto J. Mercado, Emile Schepers, Christopher D. Sims, Abdol H. Banaei, Zachary Clereigh, David Bender, Earchiel Johnson, Dan Power, Ahmad Budi, Adam R. Raven, Kyle Ritzinger, John Milam, Estevan Nembhard, Adrian Felty Ken Heard, Jordan Stepleton, Badreldin Elfaisal, Daniel Sankey, Hasan İncedere, Armando Ramirez, Chris Elliott, Larry Burks II . [2]

"Lenin: National Liberation, Socialism, and Imperialism"

The Center for Marxist Education (CME) is located at 550 Massachusetts Avenue, 2nd floor, in Cambridge near the Central Square MBTA station on the Red Line.

Join members of the Communist Party in Boston to discuss Lenin's writings on the right of nations to self-determination, th role of the working class against all forms of national oppression, and how these relate to imperialism and the fight for socialism. "Lenin: National Liberation, Socialism, and Imperialism"Thursday 28 January 2016".

Those indicating they would attend on Wherevent included Austin Mueller, Gerry Scoppettuolo, Priti Vlvspock, Sarah Ensslin, Casey Elizabeth Doyle, Firas Zreik, Nick Giannone III, Daniel Casares, Jason Arnold, Elsa Khalil, Clayton Nino Brown.[3]

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