Event: 6th Annual Eleanor Roosevelt Lecture
Cool speaker tonight: When: Today at 4:30 Where: Rapaporte Treasure Hall, MEXICANA FEMINIST JOURNALIST ACTIVISTA: The political responsibility of owning one’s voice Please join us in welcoming Maria Hinojosa, Senior Correspondent, PBS Now, whose sharp mind and generous spirit engages audiences wherever she goes. I’ve never heard of the Eleanor Roosevelt Lecture Series. What’s that […]
Radical exhibit, man.
From the archives: Radical! Materials Drawn from the Hall-Hoag Collection of Extremist Literature in the United States Come take a look at newspapers, pamphlets, fliers, and broadsides from some of the most divisive right- and left-wing organizations from the postwar period. The approximately 5,000 publications in the Hall-Hoag collection range from the late 1940s through […]
Howard Zinn to speak at Back Pages on Tuesday!
Acclaimed author, historian, and political activist Howard Zinn – arguably your favorite person in the world – will be holding a discussion at our very own Back Pages Books this Tuesday, November 18, at 7:00 pm. Order tickets for $12 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Zinn is the author of The People’s History of the United States and […]
Protest the War this Saturday! (and why it still matters…)
This Saturday, October 11, is the six-year anniversary of the Iraq War Resolution granting President Bush the power to invade Iraq. There will be a large and kickin’ protest on Saturday, October 11 on the Boston Common. The events begin at 11 am, with speakers including prominent socialist journalist Ashley Smith, pacifist author Joseph Gerson, […]