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FIGHTING RACISM IN BUSH'S AMERICA

Racism helped bring George W. Bush into the White House, and sparked the recent rebellion in Cincinnati. With the continued attacks on affirmative action and other gains from the 1960s, how can we rebuild a fight for civil rights?
FIGHTING RACISM IN BUSH'S AMERICA
part of Socialist Summer School 2001

Racism helped bring George W. Bush into the White House, and sparked the recent rebellion in Cincinnati. With the continued attacks on affirmative action and other gains from the 1960s, how can we rebuild a fight for civil rights?

A panel on "FIGHTING RACISM IN BUSH'S AMERICA"
7:30pm, Friday, June 15, 520 S. Michigan Ave., Congress Plaza Hotel

with
SHARLEEN MORRIS, vice president, PENN STATE UNIVERSITY BLACK CAUCUS on the fight against racism at Penn State.
CARMEN VALADEZ, FACTOR X, Mexico, on racism along the border.
RANIA MASRI, on anti-Arab racism.
VERA LOVE, mother of ROBERT RUSS, killed by Chicago Police in 1998.
VICTORIA STRAUGHN, chair, COALITION OF CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR JUSTICE, on the Cincinnati rebellion.
REV. DARBY TILLIS, exonerated Illinois Death Row inmate and activist in CAMPAIGN TO END THE DEATH PENALTY.
KENNETH RILEY, president, INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN'S ASSOCIATION Local 1422, on the struggle against the Confederate Flag in South Carolina.
KEEANGA TAYLOR, of the INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST ORGANIZATION.

A WORLD TO FIGHT FOR
A WORLD TO WIN
Socialist Summer School 2001
FOR MORE INFORMATION CHECK OUT www.socialistsummerschool.org call 773 583 8665 or e-mail socialistsummerschool2001 (at) hotmail.com

AND CHECK OUT THESE OTHER TALKS AND DISCUSSIONS AT SOCIALIST SUMMER SCHOOL:
The Attica Prison Uprising - Black Workers Power in the 1970s - Frederick Douglass: Without Struggle There is No Progress - Fighting Corporate Power - After Quebec: Where Does the Global Justice Movement Go From Here? - Should the Left Unite? - What Do We Mean By Revolution? - Who Controls the Media? - Ghandi, King and Nonviolent Civil Disobedience - Abortion Rights and Women's Liberation - China after Tiananmen Square - What Happened to Rap? - The Roots of Gay Oppression - Marx's Theory of Economic Crisis and its Critics - and more!

SPONSORED BY THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIALIST ORGANIZATION (www.internationalsocialist.org) AND THE CENTER FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH AND SOCIAL CHANGE.
 
 

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