With allies like Cornel West and Quentin Tarantino, longtime activist and revolutionary Carl Dix helped found the Rise Up October movement against police brutality. He’s also been at the forefront of the fight against mass incarceration, the war on drugs and stop-and-frisk practices while supporting communities where police violence has ended the lives of African-Americans like Tamir Rice, Eric Garner, John Crawford and Michael Brown.
In this interview with The Young Turks’ host Cenk Uygur, Dix attacks the capitalist and imperialist sources that reinforce a range of societal ills, including police misconduct, the mass incarceration and marginalization of black and Latino Americans, the war on women and the dual exploitation and scapegoating of undocumented immigrants. The solution, he says, is to bring these structural inequities to light, compel the masses to decide “which side are you on?” and then mobilize for a political, economic and structural revolution and wholesale realignment of society.
For more information on Carl Dix’s work, visit http://www.revcom.us
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