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Issue No. 2362

Hemali, a student from the University of East London

Hemali, a student from the University of East London (Pic: Socialist Worker)

Hemali Deb, student, University of East London

“I went to a meeting asking whether people are too selfish for socialism.

It was great to hear so many insights into how to change the world.

Marxism is somewhere I can bring my ideas and find people to answer my questions.”

Christina Paine, lecturer, London Metropolitan University

“I’ve been to all the meetings on female oppression and what is class.

Having been brought up an evangelical Christian I wanted to know if Marxism could explain women’s oppression in religion.

I’m really pleased at how much people give their opinions.”

Baba Aye, Socialist Workers League, Nigeria

“Everything is so interesting at Marxism that it’s hard to pick which meeting to attend.

Colonialism, Resistance and the Origins of Islamism was probably the most interesting one for me.

It spoke to issues that are causing problems in Nigeria.”

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Tue 16 Jul 2013, 17:51 BST
Issue No. 2362
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