Racist and Systemic Police Violence, Chicago Style

  As a part of the Feinberg Family Distinguished Lecture Series at UMass Department of History, this talk, recorded October 5, 2016, is on the subject of Police Violence in Chicago.  Attorney Flint Taylor of the People’s Law Office discusses his experiences defending many Black Panthers leaders and those who were victim to torture on…

Agape: Muslim Voices in an Election Year

This recording is from Agape 2016 Francis Day Celebration: “Muslim Voices in an Election Year”  on Saturday, Oct. 1st. Featuring talks from Takira Amatul Wadud, a Chicopee-based attorney, specializing in religious rights who launched the “Know Your Neighbor” program, Dr. Ahmad Al-Hadidi, a physician and poet from Iraq and a researcher on HIV/AIDS in Uganda, Dr.…

Naomi Klein: This Changes Everything recording

  This event took place September 29, 2016.  The Miller Worley Center for the Environment at Mount Holyoke College is very pleased to announce that the speaker for the Fall 2015 Miller Worley Environmental Leadership Lecture will be author and social activist, Naomi Klein. Ms. Klein is an award-winning journalist, syndicated columnist, and author of…