Clayton Nino Brown

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Clayton Nino Brown


Clayton Nino Brown aka Nino X Brown, is a Boston activist. he is an organizer with the Party for Socialism and Liberation. He is a science teacher in Boston Public Schools.[1]

"Summer Open Mic"

Revolutionary Student Coordinating Committee organized a "Summer Open Mic" session at Picture the Homeless 104 East 126th Street New York, Saturday 11 July 2015, 18:00.

This summer, RSCC is taking up the struggles of anti-police brutality, anti-gentrification, and immigration work primarily in communities in the Bronx, Harlem, Queens, and Brooklyn. Our days have been spent talking to high school students, giving talks on trains, performing cop-watch patrols, conducting studies and workshops, organizing and attending protests, and so much more. As a revolutionary student organization, it is our duty to fight for our people; this means that when we fight to liberate CUNY, we're not just looking out for the students, we're looking to create a base for revolutionary struggles to happen in our communities. Therefore, it is also our duty to take the fight straight to our neighborhoods and serve the people!
We want everyone to support and join us in the months to come. Join us for a night of revolutionary culture through music, dance, poetry, spoken word, raffle prizes, and art. The floor is open to anyone who wants to perform.

Those indicating support or attendance on the event's Whenever page included Angie De LaGhetto, Lesh Vishwasrao, Felicia Castaldo, Meli LaSalle, Thasfia Chowdhury, Javal Ghalil Minor, Richard Finkelstein, Ibrahim Asad Siddiq, Far Han, Stephanie Zukasaka, Dakem Roberts, Nicole Fontan Sanchez, Ace LaBeija, Dan Cione, Sean Kennedy, Enbion Micah Aan, Daniel Carrillo, Rajib Lovesramen Miah, Achmat Akkad, Zishun Ning, Paul Funkhouser, Jon Laks, Michael Barber, Evan David, Jan Makovec, Miguel Rodriguez, Sankofa Taylor, Jasmine Abdelhady, Sonny Obhan, Xsavier Daniels, Albert A. Smith, IV, Nerdeen Kiswani, Yhamir Chabur, Josmar Trujillo, Ana Guillcatanda, Cathy Rojas, Shake Zula, Dave Uog, Khalil Vasquez, Daniel Gibbons, Percy Lujan, Erick Moreno, Jushima Peteso Elba, Tammie Marie David, Salma Ayai, Archer Sackey, Kim Morales, Daniel Dunn, Carah Naseem, Krutika Desai, Lauren Wilfong, Sharice Richards, Clayton Nino Brown , Rey Valentin, Eva Nidzeeva, Rachel J. Chapman, Nizum Khan, Maureen Silverman, Epiphany Epiphany, Ashley Ngozi Agbasoga, Rebecca Hensley, Nicole Bugarin, Jose Ponce, Tony Polanco-Bethancourt, Katie Merriman, Jamie Diamond, Fritzi Fredericka DeBeer Charno, Arlene Cornejal, Lisa MacDonald, Sophie Warren, Donnay Edmund, Marlo Jones, Katrina Cortes, Alexia Garcia, Stephanie Villeda, Narish Singh, Michelle Natanzon, Talii Malik, Katherine E. Vasquez, Kiara Chandler, Adelita Karla Cambio.[2]

"Roxbury Rally for Good Jobs! Stop Gentrification and Eviction!"

65 Warren St, Boston, Monday 6 October 2014, 17:00, organized by Boston Jobs Coalition

The Boston that we love is increasingly unaffordable for poor and working class people in our neighborhoods. Meanwhile, billions of new dollars are flowing into the city to develop luxury housing and high end commercial space. We demand a Right to the City...

Those signalling their intention to attend on Wherevent included Phillip Reason, Andy Moxley, An Duong, Ester Serra Luque, Tu Anh Phan, Sarita Simpson, Aslin Perez, Rene E. Mardones, Jeffrey Nunes,Woody J. Vainqueur, Nodeos Sully, Allistair Mallillin, Hendrix Rose Berry, Jamie Bergeron, Christine Maguire, Lorrayne Shen, Carl Williams, Seth Newman, Amy Banelis, Steve Kirschbaum, Marv McMoore, Jr., Remy Valeros, Edmond Caldwell, Angela Kelly, Demianna Angelica Secondino, Peter Scott Rider, Dana Mendes, Jeff Durham, Mattie Loyce, Timothy Hall, Donald Cronin, Deborah D. Dancy, Philip Stango, Austin Williams, Monicka Majesky, LaDarro LD Hagans, Remy Valeros, Chandana Cherukupalli, Jean Charles, Teenah Maria Denyse, Gul Hatt, Priscilla Banks, Leon Rivera, Jason Lydon, Bhavin Patel, David Noiles, Lisa Husniyyah Owens Pinto, Sara Sheridan, Carolyn Chou, Curtis Rollins, Mukaji Gigi, Brian Shea, Carolyn Chou, Mike Horne, Chrislene DeJean, Mary Jo Connelly, Elizabeth Saunders, Leonardo March, Matt Parker, Jeffrey Nunes, Frank Neisser, Karen Narefsky, Crystal Rizzo, Mimi Turchinetz, Doyle Canning, Ashley Rose, Nodeos Sully, Darnell Johnson, Handel Dixon, Exkluzive Sanchez , Gianluca Baù, Troy Neves, Clayton Nino Brown, Sheena Collier, Judith Glaubman.[3]

"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.[4]

Freedom Road meeting

Spring 2015, the New York/New Jersey District of Freedom Road Socialist Organization sponsored a forum entitled “Ferguson: The Movement So Far and Lessons for Coming Struggles.” The first speaker was "our comrade", Montague Simmons, Chair of the legendary Organization for Black Struggle in St. Louis.[5]

The meeting was held 39 Eldridge St,New York, 19 March 2015. Organized by Eric Odell.

A Discussion with Montague Simmons Chair of the Organization of Black Struggle – St. Louis and labor organizer

Loyda Colon Co-Director of the Justice Committee, a Latina/Latino-led organization dedicated to building a movement against police violence and systemic racism in New York City

Speaking for the first time in NYC since the police murder of Michael Brown, the chair of OBS, which played a major role in the Ferguson protests, discusses the new strategies, organizational forms and social forces that emerged there, and how the movement was sustained. Loyda Colon will reflect on the Justice Committee’s work organizing with families directly impacted by police violence, and will share their thoughts on the current movement in NYC.
Together they will share their thoughts on key questions for the movements against police abuse that are erupting around the country. How do we hold together broad united fronts with different generations, cultures, classes and political perspectives? What’s the role of anti-capitalists and socialists? What kind of policing reforms do we want and how do they relate to other issues in our communities, and to radical social transformation?[6]

Those signalling their intention to attend on Wherevent included John McCarthy, Juliet Ucelli, Betty Yu, Lily Defriend, Wai Yee Poon, David Unger, Matthew Tinker, Ryan Briles, Enbion Micah Aan, Erick Moreno, Terry Marshall, Jesse Baboo, Daniel Tasripin, Anton Han Kiang, Starlitekid Cosmos, Clayton Nino Brown, Miguel Marrero-Bermudez, Joy Schulman, Jeanne D. Shaw, Mark Swier, Stephanie Zukasaka, Denise Chupacabral, Anne Mitchell, Emma Pliskin, Oriana Roeckraeyer, Lara Shepard-Blue, Karly Safar, Robina Rai, Man See Kong, Teresa Basilio, Aisha Shillingford, Adriana Cruz, Ofie Virtucio, Rivka Paradis, Katrina Cortes, Sharice Richards.[7]

Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing

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Revolutionary Strategies to Beat the Rising Right Wing, was a nationwide conference call organized by Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Sunday October 30, 2016.

What's the nature of this right-wing threat? What has this election cycle changed about the political terrain we're fighting on? How do we need to prepare for whats coming after the election? Hear about these crucial questions from our panel of top political strategists, including Nelini Stamp, Bill Fletcher, Jr., Linda Burnham, and Sendolo Diaminah.

Those indicating the would attend, on Facebook included Clayton Nino Brown.[8]

Anti-Trump meeting

According to a report by Sandy Eaton, Over 120 people from across the Massachusetts South Shore and beyond gathered in the United First Parish Church in Quincy Square on January 5th to discuss their concerns regarding growing threats to human rights and the environment, and to plan actions to promote equality, fairness and a healthy climate. This event was sponsored by the South Shore People’s Network and the South Shore Coalition for Human Rights, and hosted by the church’s Social Justice Concerns Committee.

Reverend Rebecca Froom, Minister of the Church of the Presidents, greeted everyone. Deanna White-Hebert, president of the South Shore Coalition for Human Rights, recalled the Coalition’s forty-year history of struggle against racism. Nick Giannone, a union activist from North Weymouth, introduced four invited speakers and then chaired the lively discussion that followed.

Cameron Bateman of the Massachusetts Nurses Association spoke, as did Lily Huang, a life-long Quincy resident, representing Jobs with Justice, and Nicole Sullivan from Boston Feminists for Liberation. Clayton Nino Brown, representing the ANSWER Coalition, urged folks to go to Washington on January 20th to protest the Inauguration.[9]

Anti-Israel rally

According to Party for Socialism and Liberation supporters Daniel Marion, Saffronia Clark and Lev Kendrick, April 2 2018, at 6:30 P.M. more than 50 people gathered at Copley Square to denounce the ongoing violence of Zionist settler colonialism and occupation in Palestine

The speakout was called by the Act Now to Stop War and End Racism ANSWER Coalition, and was joined by a number of local and national pro-Palestinian and anti-Zionist organizations, including Alliance for Water Justice in Palestine, Nerturei Karta International: Orthodox Jews United Against Zionism, and Workers World Party.

Hersch Rothmel of the ANSWER Coalition emceed the event and started the speakout by listing the names of the 18 Palestinians killed, followed by a moment of silence, before a series of speakers took turns denouncing Friday’s killings and the broader violence of Israeli colonialism and occupation.

Nino Brown, also of the ANSWER Coalition, spoke about the role that U.S. imperialism plays in keeping the settler state of Israel afloat.

Steve Gillis of WWP was also quick to make the connection between the U.S. and Israel. Nancy Murray spoke at the rally on behalf of the Alliance for Water Justice in Palestine, an organization that focuses on Israel’s use of water as “a weapon against the Palestinian people — what we could call ‘water apartheid.’”

Also present was Rabbi Davod Feldman and other members of the Nerturei Karta International, who came all the way from New York to support the rally.[10]

PSL conference, New Mexico

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Party for Socialism and Liberation - Albuquerque August 4.

Nino Brown came from Boston, introducing Brian Becker to speak on U.S. imperialism. "In 1917 the first socialist revolution occurred. For the first time in history a state was built that guaranteed food, housing, healthcare, and education.

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