In the Age of Obama PART II: Cornel West & Carl Dix - Oct. 29 in NYC
In the Age of Obama PART II
Police Terror, Incarceration, No Jobs,
WHAT FUTURE FOR OUR YOUTH?
A DIALOGUE BETWEEN CORNEL WEST AND CARL DIX
Friday, October 29, 7:00pm
Harlem Stage at Aaron Davis Hall, 150 Convent Ave @ 135th. #1 to 137th
Trailer includes clips from PART I:
A REVOLUTION BOOKS EVENT
Tickets: $20. $10 for students with ID. Premium Tickets $100 (includes special seating and DVD of the first Cornel West/Carl Dix Dialogue on Obama at Harlem Stage on July 14, 2009).
Buy your tickets early. Last year's program with Cornel West and Carl Dix was sold out. Click here for ticket information, or call 212-691-3345
Proceeds from this event will benefit Revolution Books in NYC and the Prisoners Revolutionary Literature Fund which provides subsidized subscriptions to Revolution newspaper and other revolutionary literature to prisoners.
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CORNEL WEST is one of America's most provocative public intellectuals and has been a champion for racial justice since childhood. His writing, speaking, and teaching weave together the traditions of the black Baptist Church, progressive politics, and jazz. The New York Times has praised his "ferocious moral vision." Dr. West currently teaches at Princeton University.
CARL DIX is a longtime revolutionary and a founding member of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA. In 1970, Carl was one of the Fort Lewis 6, six GIs who refused orders to go to Vietnam. He served 2 years in Leavenworth Military Penitentiary for this stand. In 1985, Carl initiated the "Draw The Line" statement, a powerful condemnation of the bombing of the MOVE house in Philadelphia. In 1996, Carl was a co-founder of the October 22nd Coalition to Stop Police Brutality. Carl coordinated the Katrina hearings of the 2006 Bush Crimes Commission.