AKLAS

AKLAS or Alternatibong Klase is the national democratic school of Anakbayan UPLB. It is an alternative learning school which will provide the scientific and alternative analysisof the Philippine society through the National Democratic line and program.

AKLAS! is also the Marxist-Leninist-Maoist school of Anakbayan UPLB. It aims as well to provide understanding of the correct theory of Marxism, Leninism and Maoism in the aim to give the Filipino society an alternative viewpoint and standpoint of the world through the theories’ philosophy, social science, political economy and cultural analysis.

AKLAS schedules:

July 19: Youth on the March (Struggle for National Democracy anthology)

July 20: The National Democratic Movement and the Political Activist (Struggle for National Democracy anthology)

July 21: Anatomy of Philippine Politics (Struggle for National Democracy anthology)

Aug 4: Wage, price and profit (by Karl Marx)

Aug 11: Communist Manifesto (by Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels)

Aug 18: Socialism, Scientific and Utopian part 1 (by Friedrich Engels)

Aug 25: Socialism, Scientific and Utopian part 2 (by Friedrich Engels)

 

Aug 30: On the Standard Issues of the Day (from the Struggle for National Democracy anthology) [venue: SU canteen, UPLB]

Aug 31: Maikling Kurso ng Lipunan at Reolusyong Pilipino (part 2)

Sept 1: Socialism: Scientific and Utopian part 1 (by Friedrich Engels)

Sept 15: Socialism: Scientific and Utopian part 1 (by Friedrich Engels)

Sept 22: State and Revolution part 1 (by Vladimir Lenin)

AKLAS Sessions are usually held at the Humanities/Social Science wings of the CAS (HUM) Building, every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 4PM. For details, please contact Third (09278077925).



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