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Announcements and Events -- 2.16.11

* 'Encountering "Invisible Man"' - NYC - Feb. 18
* FBI & Grand Jury Repression - Building Resistance --
  New York -- Feb. 19)
* Democracy Remixed: Black Youth and the Future of American
  Politics -- Chicago -- Feb. 19
* William Tabb speaks on Financialization - New York -- 
   February 24
* Grassroots Fundraising Conference 2011 -- New York --
  February 25 & 26)
* Senator Bernie Sanders in San Francisco - Feb. 25
* The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and its Legacy -- New York --
  March 24

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"Encountering 'Invisible Man'"

Barbara Foley will discuss her recently published book,
Wrestling with the Left: The making of Ralph Ellison's
"Invisible Man."  Foley will discuss her research into the
thousands of pages of notes and drafts of Ellison's 1952
novel. She will focus on the process by which a text which
was initially quite sympathetic with the left and attentive
to black working-class politics ended up as a Cold War
classic.

Friday, February 18, 7:30 p.m.
the Brecht Forum, 451 west street, NYC
212) 242-4201

Sliding scale: $6/$10/$15
Free for Brecht Forum Subscribers

Co-sponsored by Science & Society

Barbara Foley is Professor II of English and American
Studies at Rutgers University, Newark Campus.  She has
published widely in the fields of Marxist theory, literary
radicalism, and African American literature.  Her previous
books include *Telling the Truth: the Theory and Practice of
Documentary Fiction* (Cornell University Press, 1986);
*Radical Representations: Politics and Form in U.S.
Proletarian Fiction, 1929-1941* (Duke University Press,
1993); and *Spectres of 1919: Class and Nation in the Making
of the New Negro* (University of Illinois Press, 2003).  She
is a member of the steering committee of the Radical Caucus
of the Modern Language Association and a member of the
Manuscript Collective of *Science & Society.*

Jerry Gafio Watts is Professor of English, Sociology, and
American Studies at CUNY Graduate Center.  He is the author
of *Heroism and the Black Intellectual: Ralph Ellison,
Politics, and Afro-American Intellectual Life* (University
of North Carolina Press, 1994).   He is currently completing
a social theory of the twentieth century Afro-American
intelligentsia, focusing on both its moments of realized and
unrealized radical political potential and its open
willingness to pursue--in the name of combating
racism--establishmentarian status and monetary gains. 


===============

* FBI & Grand Jury Repression - Building Resistance (New
York - Feb. 19)

Saturday, Feb. 19  --  1-5 p.m.

Antiwar activism & international solidarity are NOT crimes!

Judson Memorial Church - Main Hall,
55 Washington Square South, NYC

There will  be food and refreshments (Donations requested)
Please register for the conference at www.StopFBI.net
Send Donations to:  http://stopfbi.net/

Join us for Panels, Discussions and Break-out Groups

Panel I

The Climate of Repression and Building a Fightback Against
Anti-Muslim Repression,Preemptive Prosecution, Entrapment

Panel to include families and/or lawyers from Project Salam,
Newburgh 4, Fort Dix 5, Holy Land Case, Siraj Matin
and Fahad Hashmi cases and Pardiss Kebriaei (Center for
Constitutional Rights) on the Guantanamo cases.

Special Section: Know Your RIghts
When an Agent Knocks/ Entrapment/ Grand Jury.


Panel II

Updates on FBI & Grand Jury Repression & Review of Past
Grand Jury Witchhunts

Speakers include Hatem Abudayyeh from Chicago, Mick Kelly
and Sarah Martin from Minneapolis who were raided by the FBI
and/or subpoenaed to appear at U.S. Attorney Patrick
Fitzgerald's Grand Jury and National Lawyers Guild Attorneys
Jim Fennerty and Bob Boyle.

Break-out Groups and Discussion
Action Plans for the Future of this Fight, Know Your Rights
Training Sessions,
Targeting of the Palestinian Movement, Labor Outreach,
Religious Outreach and Media Outreach.

===

The NYC Working Committee includes representatives from:

* Anti-Repression Committee of the NYC National Lawyers
Guild * NYCISPES * Veterans For Peace Chapter 34 NYC
* Fight Imperialism Stand Together (FIST) * NYC
International Socialist Organization * BAYAN USA
* Pakistan USA Freedom Forum  * May 1 Coalition for Workers
& Immigrant Rights * Muslim Solidarity Committee
* Friends and Family of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade
* Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism
* Marxist-Humanist Initiative * Freedom Socialist Party *
Resistance in Brooklyn * Al Awda Palestine Right to Return
Coalition NY * International Action Center * Bethlehem
Neighbors for Peace * NYC School of the Americas Watch *
World Can't Wait * War Resisters League * Coney Island
Avenue Project * Free Mumia Coalition * Picture The Homeless
* Brooklyn For Peace * Workers World Party * Todd Eaton of
NYprotest  * Project SALAM

==========

* Democracy Remixed: Black Youth and the Future of American
Politics -- Chicago -- Feb. 19

February 19: "Democracy Remixed: Black Youth and the Future
of American Politics" with CSRPC Faculty Affiliate, Dr.
Cathy J. Cohen and an intergenerational panel of activists
and scholars including: Bakari Kitwana, author of The Hip
Hop Generation and Why White Kids Love Hip Hop Biko Baker,
Executive Director of the League of Young Voters Rosa
Clemente, community organizer, radio journalist, hip--hop
activist and a 2008 Vice-Presidential candidate with the
Green Party Kenyon Farrow, former Executive Director of
Queers for Economic Justice, writer, organizer, speaker
Angie Fresco, youth organizer for Southside Together
Organized for Power (STOP) and poetry coordinator for
Southwest Youth Collaborative Dara Cooper (moderator),
Chicago activist with Ella's Daughters, Rising In Solidarity
with Ayiti, and Healthy Food Hub. FM SUPREME, hip--hop
artist, educator and talent manager for Young Chicago
Authors

A book-signing and reception will follow the discussion.
2:00-5:00 pm, Chicago Urban Art Society, 2229 South Halsted
Street. Co-presented by The Public Square, Black Youth
Project, Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture
at the University of Chicago, the Gender and Women's Studies
Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and WBEZ
91.5.

Co-sponsored by Affinity; Chicago Freedom School; Chicago
Hip Hop Civic Engagement Project; Chicago Votes; Ella's
Daughters; Free Write Jail Arts and Literacy Program;
Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy;
Organization of Black Students at University of Chicago; The
Black Star Project; Southwest Youth Collaborative; Teachers
for Social Justice; and Words, Beats & Life. RSVP required
at
http://www.prairie.org/events/24630/democracy-remixed-black-
youth-and-future-american-politics-cathy-cohen

==========

The Columbia University Seminar on Political Economy and
Contemporary Social Issues invites you to a talk and
discussion with

WILLIAM TABB on “What Financialization did, and does to the
American economy.”

The talk will take place on Thursday, February 24th, 
in the Columbia International Affairs Building, room 1512 
at 7:30 p.m.


About the talk:
Financialization represents a new stage of capitalist
development. Tabb will argue that its impacts on corporate
governance, politics and the structure of the domestic US
economy in the era of global neoliberalism are experienced
as a crisis of the accumulation model we have come to take
for granted from the postwar years. The presentation draws
from his forthcoming book, Financialization: The
Appropriations of Finance and the Restructuring of
Capitalism in Our Time.

About the speaker:

William K. Tabb is professor emeritus of Economics at Queens
College and of Economics, Political Science, and Sociology
at the Graduate Center City University of New York. He has
been visiting professor of economics at the University of
California, Berkeley and scholar in residence at Kansai
University, Japan. Professor Tabb has written and edited
books concerning race and urban issues, the cultural economy
of Japan, the history of economic thought, global governance
and the theology of social justice).  His new book is
Financialization: The Appropriations of Finance and the
Restructuring of Capitalism in Our Time (New York: Columbia
University Press, forthcoming late 2011) from which this
talk draws.

===============

* Grassroots Fundraising Conference 2011 (Feb. 25 & 26)

Featured speakers & facilitators; Shaun (Sha) Grogan-Brown,
Ryan Li Dahlstrom, Ash Hammond, Allison Thompson Julien,
Charles Long, Caroline Loomis, Doyin Ola, Jeremy Rye, Dara
Silverman, Max Uhlenbeck & More Speakers TBA

Friday Opening Plenary (Feb. 25) : 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Saturday Workshops (Feb. 26)    : 10:00am - 6:00pm

Whether you are part of a small collective, a medium sized
local non-profit or a national organization, now more than
ever we all need to brush up on our grassroots fundraising
strategies. Please join us for two exciting days of
discussion, workshops and skill shares as the Brecht Forum
presents its third annual Grassroots Fundraising Conference!

Workshops will include; Introduction to Grassroots
Fundraising; Donor Cultivation Strategies; Race, Class &
Fundraising; Major Donor work, Creative special event
planning, Engaging Volunteers & Board Members, Planning
fundraising Gala's & much more!

In the social justice world, the reach of our work is often
limited because we do not take fundraising, and money in
general, seriously enough. To wage campaigns, to provide
volunteers with food, to pay staff people, to rent offices,
to build user-friendly websites, all of this takes money as
well as other resources. In the past several years more and
more organizations have been feeling the need to move away
from sole reliance on foundation funding and towards a
'diverse' strategy of generating revenue.

The question of grassroots fundraising, and how to reach our
projected budgets in 2011, takes on an additional dimension
as we find ourselves in the middle of an economic recession
and a very real global depression. Many organizations have
already had to cut back on staff and operating costs in the
year 2010, some did not survive. At the same time, our work
has never been more important. More people are questioning
the underlying principles of neoliberalism, corporate
globalization and capitalism itself. People will be open to
our ideas but only if our ideas are able to reach them.

Please come to the Brecht Forum's third annual Grassroots
Fundraising Conference and share ideas and learn from others
as we all navigate these unchartered waters together.
Whether your part of a small local collective with no staff,
or your part of an established left non-profit, this
conference will build your fundraising skills, expand your
imagination in terms of fundraising possibilities and allow
you to meet other individuals and organizations who are
struggling through the same things that you are.

register online here:
https://brechtforum.org/civicrm/event/register?id=
11803&reset=1

Sliding scale: $20/$30/$50
Free for Brecht Forum Subscribers

==========

* Senator Bernie Sanders in San Francisco - Feb. 25

Progressive Perspectives presents

Senator Bernie Sanders in San Francisco

Bernie Sanders is the most progressive member of the U.S.
Senate. He understands that the concentration of wealth and
power in the hands of a few is fundamentally incompatible
with democracy -- and he acts on that understanding in ways
that can inspire all of us. No one who saw even part of his
historic filibuster speech could fail to be moved by his
demonstration of political courage.

In his talk Bernie will be speaking about issues that are of
major concern to all of us:

SOCIAL SECURITY.  Bernie is adamant in his conviction that
the budget must not be balanced on the backs of working
families and the most vulnerable among us. Hands off social
security!

HEALTH CARE. Bernie is continuing to work for a Medicare-
for-all/single-payer system and to safeguard Medicare itself
for current and future recipients.

WALL STREET AND THE ECONOMY. Bernie is working on several
fronts to reign in the out-of-control financial sector, to
re-establish fair taxation, and to revive the ailing
economy. He believes that these efforts can only succeed  if
there is a significant segment of the American public that
is informed, organized, and prepared to take on the powerful
special interests dominating Washington.

GLOBAL WARMING. No one in congress is more aware of the
consequences of global warming than Bernie Sanders. He is
working hard to break America's dependence on fossil fuels,
move the country into energy efficiency and sustainable
energy, and create millions of well-paying jobs. He has
authored legislation which is now providing billions for the
creation of wind, solar, bio-mass, and geothermal projects.

FOREIGN POLICY: Bernie is working actively to end the wars
in Afghanistan and Iraq and to make major cuts in military
spending, rather than slashing desperately needed social
services and spending that creates jobs.

Friday, February 25, 7:00 PM

First Unitarian Univeralist Church

1187 Franklin St. at Geary, San Francisco


Tickets: $15. Advance ticket purchase strongly recommended
as this event will fill up.
Brown Paper Tickets:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/156941 or call
1-800-838-3006
and ask for Bernie Sanders tickets.There's also a link for
tickets on Bernie's website:
www.bernie.org

COSPONSORS: Institute for Policy Studies * San Francisco
Labor Council * Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club * San
Francisco for Democracy * Unitarian Universalists for
Peace/SF * Senior Action Network * Democracy for
America/Marin * Harvey Milk LGBT Democratic Club *
Progressive Democrats of America *

==========

* The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and its Legacy - New York,
March 24

Out of the Smoke and the Flame:
The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and its Legacy
March 24, 2011; 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, 10016
Registration is Free and Open to the Public
http://trianglefireconference.org/

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