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Thursday, June 207:00 pm
Hardhats, Hippies and Hawks
The Vietnam Antiwar Movement as Myth and Memory
Penny Lewis with Stanley Aronowitz & Francis Fox Piven
Please join Stanley Aronowitz, Frances Fox Piven, and author Penny Lewis to discuss and celebrate the publication of Hardhats, Hippies and Hawks, The Vietnam Antiwar Movement as Myth and Memory (...
Monday, June 247:30 pm
BOOK SIGNING & DISCUSSION
An Unlikely Warrior
Evolution of a Black Nationalist Revolutionary
Iyaluua Ferguson & Herman Ferguson
An Unlikely Warrior tells the amazing biographic story of Herman Ferguson. The book chronicles his evolution from an “ all- american “ boy growing up in the Jim Crow South to a Pan Africanist/...
Thursday, June 277:30 pm
Greek American Radicals
The Untold Story
Dan Georgakas, Kostis Karpozilos, Eric Poulos
The historical documentary Greek American Radicals - the untold story presents a forgotten page of Greek immigrant experience in America: the role of immigrants in the radical labor...
Friday, July 58:00 pm
Co-sponsor: Theater of the Oppressed Laboratory
Marxism & the THeater of the Oppressed
Julian Boal is based in Rio de Janeiro and is an international practitioner of Theater of the Oppressed. He is a founder of Groupe du Théâtre de l'Opprimé and author of Images of...
Thursday, July 117:00 pm
Co-Sponsors: Third Root Community Health Center
South Asian Perspectives on Yoga in America
Does it matter that popular yoga magazines rarely feature South Asians on the...
Wednesday, July 247:30 pm
Co-Sponsor: Verso Books
The Poorer Nations: A Possible History of the Global South
Vijay Prashad in conversation with Andrew Hsiao
Peace, Bread, and Justice: in the 1970's, this was the banner under which the Global South united. The time seemed ripe for massive change in the global order, where the old superstructure would be...