[sixties-l] Talk: The 1960s and progressive activism today

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    Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 14:18:43 -0500 (EST)
    From: Lesley Julia Wood <ljw31@columbia.edu>
    Subject: Talk: The 1960s and progressive activism today
    An event at Columbia.
    The Columbia University Department of Sociology and the
    Graduate History Association present:
    A Panel Discussion and Open Forum
    *******The '60s Talk to the '00s--And the '00s Talk Back*******
    Tuesday, November 14 at 7 pm
    Sulzberger Tower, 17th Floor
    (just inside the Barnard College gates and to the left)
    Can progressive activists today learn from the movements of the 1960s?
    Is it time for a "new" new left? Join us for an open discussion.
    Panelists include:
    King Downing, Activist attorney, R2K legal defense team
    Helen Garvy, Assistant National Secretary, Students for a Democratic
    Society and Producer/Director of Rebels with a Cause*
    Richard Healey, SDS, Preamble Center, Grassroots Policy Project
    L.A. Kauffman, Activist and author, Direct Action: Radicalism in Our Time
    Isabell Moore, Student activist, Direct Action Network
    Robert Pardun, SDS, Associate Producer of Rebels with a Cause and author,
    Prairie Radical: A Journey Through the Sixties
    Jeremy Varon, Historian, author of Shadowboxing the Apocalypse: New Left
    Armed Struggle in the United States and West Germany
    Contact Francesca Polletta at fap8@columbia.edu or John McMillian at
    jcm67@columbia.edu for more information
    And see:
    -"the story of the hopes, rebellions, and repression of the 1960s-told by
    those who lived it: members of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS),
    the largest student organization of the '60s," produced and directed by
    Helen Garvy, at The Screening Room, 54 Varick St, November 10-16.

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