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Radical Desi releases calendar dedicated to Karl Marx Featured

A calendar dedicated to 200 years of the birth of Karl Marx was released in Surrey on December 2. 

 

Marx, who was born in 1818, stood for the rights of the less privileged and tirelessly worked for an egalitarian society. 

 

Released by Radical Desi in partnership with People's Voice, Mehak Punjab Dee TV and Spice Radio, the calendar bears important historical dates associated with the radical history of India and Canada. It recognizes the date of the first uprising against British occupation of India in 1857, which Marx described as the first war of independence. 

 

Those who unveiled the calendar included People's Voice Editor Kimball Cariou, anti poverty activist Dave Diewert, Marxist activist Navtej Johal, anti racism activists Avtar Singh Dhillon and Mehak Punjab, Dee TV producer Kamaljit Thind.  

 

Speaking at the event, Cariou explained why it is important to remember Marx, whose legacy remains relevant because of growing racism and social inequalities in today's world. 

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