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Third World Strike: 1969-1999

ID Number: 17666
Maker: Ten12
Technique: offset
Date Made: 1999
Place Made: North America: United States; California, Berkeley
Measurements: 50.8 cm x 35.56 cm; 20 in x 14 in
Main Subject: education (children)
Materials: glossy paper (fiber product)
Digitized: Y

Full Text:
Third World Strike: 1969-1999 Crossing Over Ethnic Studies and Radical Politics Beyond the Schooling Industrial Complex Unidos TWLF A Strategy Session And 30 Year Commemoration Of The UC Berkeley Third World Strike Crossing Over 1969-1999: Ethnic Studies and Radical Politics Beyond the Schooling Industrial Complex April 9-10, 1999 at the University of California, Berkeley 50 panels, workshops, and roundtables, leading toward an intensive strategy session on Saturday afternoon! Scheduled speakers and organizations include: Veterans of the Third World Liberation Front and Third World Strike (1968-1969), Ruthie Gilmore (activist/scholar, Critical Resistance organizing committee), Elizabeth Martinez (Institute for Multiracial Justice), Miriam Louie (Women of Color Resource Center), Dian Million (poet/activist/scholar, Native American Studies), OLIN (Bay Area high school organizers), Boots (The Coup), Cherrie Moraga (writer/activist), Lateefah Simon (Center for Young Women's Development), Critical Resistance Youth Taskforce, Queer Liberation Front (U.C. Berkeley), Luis Talamantez (poet, former prisoner, San Quentin Six), Overseas Artists, Kim Chase (International Indigenous Women's Network), Poetry for the People, Paul Von Blum (Center for African American Studies, Z Magazine), and many others!!! For more information FAX: (510) 642-6456 Phone: (510) 642-1322 Website: www.ethnicstudies.com Email: crossover@uclink4.berkeley.edu All Conference Sessions are Free Co-Sponsored by the Ethnic Studies Collective, Department of Comparative Ethnic Studies, Department of African American Studies, Graduate Assembly, Asian Pacific American Student Development Office, and ASUC Ten.12 Inkworks Press


Acquisition Number: 1999-072

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