Organizers of LeftExpo, the interregional festival for leftist regions and players, are calling for submissions for lectures for the festival's fourth incarnation, scheduled to be held in three weeks.
The theme for this year's festival revolves around the life and works of Eugene Victor Debs, the American socialist and labor leader who became the most successful Socialist candidate for President of the United States when he earned six percent of votes cast with 900,000 votes.
Debs was active as a union organizer and activist, and was one of the founders of the Industrial Workers of the World as well as an influential member of the Socialist Party of America.
Lectures based on topics related to Debs's work and life, including unionism, American socialism, and about Debs himself, are especially sought.
Submissions can be made via telegram to Caelapes.