Join our discussion on Sunday, September 27th at 4:00 pm with Mark Rudd. Mark was a leader in the student movement (SDS) of the 1960s at Columbia University and then with the Weather Underground. He has recently published his autobiography, Underground: My life in SDS and the Weathermen.
This is an opportunity to look back at another movement moment in our country and learn some lessons about history, about ourselves, and some of the questions facing us as we create the Next American Revolution, a two-sided revolution, creating community while we transform ourselves and our institutions.
How is today’s organizing similar to or different from the 1960s and 1930s? What is transformational organizing? How do our passions and dreams from the 1960s shape our thinking and our actions today? What questions were raised in the 1960s that we have not yet answered? What did we learn? What does a truth and reconciliation movement look like?
What would it mean to create a culture of support and community in the 21st century?
Join us: Sunday, September 27, 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Boggs Center, 3061 Field Street, Detroit, Mi 48214
Please RSVP at : Richardfeldman60@gmail.com
For more information: 313-923-0797 or 248-225-8037