The Bob Avakian Institute is a nonprofit institute organized for educational purposes. Its mission is to preserve, project, and promote the works and vision of Bob Avakian with the aim of reaching the broadest possible audience.
Bob Avakian (BA) is the most important political thinker and leader in the world today.
Bob Avakian is completely different than the endless stream of bourgeois politicians who are put forward as “leaders,” whose goal is to maintain one variation or another of this system of capitalism-imperialism that is founded on and perpetuates itself through cruel and literally life-stealing exploitation, murderous oppression, and massive destruction, in all parts of the world. BA is a revolutionary who bases himself on the scientific understanding that this system must finally be overthrown through an organized struggle involving millions of people, and replaced with a system that is oriented to and capable of meeting the most fundamental needs of humanity and enabling humanity to become fit caretakers of the earth.
“Have you ever hit a dead end, struggling with futility to find answers that give you an escape from the despair you see in the world around you? … Bob Avakian renews our necessary call to scientific liberating action in his recent interview with the RNL Show. The invitation is open to all as you watch, listen and meditate on his insights… It’s never too late to change the course of history…” Read more
From a Tribal Scholar
“I don’t know anybody that has spoken and written more persuasively and brilliantly about how and why we have a fascist movement in this country…” Read more
Paul Streeton the Refuse Fascism podcast. Street is an educator, activist and author
“I really liked his points on how the idea of rights in our society, which is a capitalist imperialist society can only go so far, like the whole right to eat thing, and that you can exercise your rights as long as they stay within the framework of capitalism imperialism.” Read more
From a young revcom
“In my country there have been lots of leaders, especially amongst the educated minority. I came from a progressive background, but nothing has been spelled out with a specific model as brought out in the interview. I was really moved. I respect him more than any other leader. That interview opened up my eyes.” Read more
From a Revolution Books Supporter
“In this interview what really struck me was just how deep he went into governing, like how would you govern a new society, how would you actually?” Read more
Coco DasRefuse Fascism, and Riseup4AbortionRights, Texas