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Fri. 9/30/11, 7:30 PM Hubert Harrison-Theodore W. Allen Society hosts Jitu Weusi

Harrison-Allen Society
Presents Jitu Weusi
Friday, September 30





On Fri., Sept. 30, 2011, at 7:30 PM the Hubert Harrison-Theodore W. Allen Society will host a Presentation by long-time community and education activist Jitu Weusi at the Brecht Forum, 451 West St. (Between Bank and Bethune), NY, NY.
Jitu will discuss struggles he has been involved in for the past 50 years and offer thoughts on the struggles ahead.
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Brecht Forum Lecture Series -- The Continuous Study of Race and Class in America, Tuesday May 31st, 7:30- 9:30 PM -- “White Supremacy and Bloomberg Autocracy on the NYC Public Schools,” 451 West Street, NYC

Brecht Forum Lecture Series -- The Continuous Study of Race and Class in America, Tuesday May 31st, 7:30- 9:30 PM -- “White Supremacy and Bloomberg Autocracy on the NYC Public Schools”
Panelists -- Jitu Weusi, Mark Torres, Ernestine Augustus, Sam Anderson, Sean Ahern; Muriel Tillinghast, Chair
Part of the Course “Hubert Harrison, Theodore W. Allen, and the Continuing Centrality of the Struggle Against White Supremacy” -- Lecturer: Jeffrey B. Perry, biographer, historian.

Topics:

> From community control to mayoral dictatorship

> School closings and charter takeovers in Black and Latino communities.

> How students of color have fared under mayoral control

>The disappearing of Black and Latino educators in NYC 2002-present.
Each panelist will give a 10 minute presentation. Open discussion to follow. Please join us.
Brecht Forum, 451 West Street between Bank & Bethune Streets (near the West Side Drive), NYC 10014, (212) 242-4201.
Public transportation: C,A or E to 14th Street and 8Th Avenue; #1,2,or 3 to 14th and 7th Ave (exit at 12th street end of platform); 14A Bus to Abington Square (last stop). Read More 
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