[act-ma] 2/19-20 "Dignity and Defiance, " Bolivia's challenge book tour (Thurs/Fri)

James in Cambridge tompaine at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 16 16:46:27 PST 2009


Dignity and Defiance: Stories from Bolivia's challenge to globalization. 
We are excited to announce our book tour events featuring the upcoming book Dignity and Defiance: Stories from Bolivia's Challenge to Globalization. What is being cooked up is much more than a book event, but an evening that will educate, inspire and empower you about the impact of U.S. policy in Latin America. Plus you will also learn about the Center's new project, Voices from Latin America, aimed at bringing those voices into the U.S. foreign policy debate.
I hope you can join us for an event in the Bay Area, Northwest, New Mexico, Washington DC, New York, Boston or the Mid-west. 
 
  http://www.democracyctr.org/blog/2009/02/blog-from-book-tour-ii-from-washington.html
 
February 19 — Boston, MA When: 4:00 pm to 6:00 pmWhere: The Perkins Room, Rubenstein Building, Fourth Floor (R-415), Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 79 JFK Street, Cambridge, MA 02138Speakers: Co-editors, Jim Shultz & Melissa Draper and collaborator Roberto Fernández TeránCo-Sponsors: The Center for International Development and The David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies RSVP required: cid_events at harvard.edu | Download Flyer. 

 
February 19 — Boston, MA When: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pmWhere: Boston University Jacob Sleeper Auditorium, in the CGS building, 871 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MASpeakers: Co-editors, Jim Shultz & Melissa Draper and collaborator Roberto Fernández TeránCo-Sponsors: College of General Studies, Anthropology Department, Latin American Studies Program For more information: email book at democracyctr.org | Download Flyer 

February 20 — Boston, MA When: 4:00 pm Where: Harvard Yard, Phillips Brooks House Association, North Harvard Yard, Cambridge, MA 02138Speakers: Co-editors, Jim Shultz and Melissa Draper, and collaborator Roberto Fernández TeránSponsors: Student Labor Action Movement Students for a Democratic SocietyFor more information: email book at democracyctr.org

 
February 20 — Boston, MAWhen: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pmWhere: First Church in Jamaica Plain, UU, 6 Eliot St. (across from the monument), Jamaica Plain, MA 02130Speakers: Co-editors, Jim Shultz & Melissa Draper and collaborator Roberto Fernández TeránCo-Sponsors: Jamaica Plains ForumFor more information: visit http://www.jamaicaplainforum.org | Download Flyer. 

 
February 21 — South Hadley, MAWhen: 11:00 amWhere: Odyssey Bookshop, 9 College St., The Village Commons, S. Hadley, MA 01075Speakers: Co-editor, Jim Shultz and collaborator Roberto Fernández TeránCo-Sponsors: Arise for Social Justice; Crossroads in the Study of the Americas (CISA); Five Colleges Human Rights Center Working Group; Hampshire College: Social Sciences Department; John Woolman College of Active Peace; Media Education Foundation; Mt. Holyoke College: The Critical Social Thought Program, Department of Anthropology, Department of Sociology, McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives; Out Now!; SAGE; Smith College: Anthropology Department, International Students Organization, Office of the Dean of Students, Office of International Students, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Sociology Department; St Paul's Peace and Justice Initiative; The Labor Center-UMass-Amherst; The Odyssey Bookshop; Traprock Center for Peace and Justice. For more information: email yterraza at email.smith.edu | Download Flyer 

February 21 — Northampton, MA When: 3:00 pmWhere: Smith College, Neilson Browsing Room, Northampton, MA 01063Speakers: Co-editor, Jim Shultz and collaborator Roberto Fernández TeránCo-Sponsors: Arise for Social Justice; Crossroads in the Study of the Americas (CISA); Five Colleges Human Rights Center Working Group; Hampshire College: Social Sciences Department; John Woolman College of Active Peace; Media Education Foundation; Mt. Holyoke College: The Critical Social Thought Program, Department of Anthropology, Department of Sociology, McCulloch Center for Global Initiatives; Out Now!; SAGE; Smith College: Anthropology Department, International Students Organization, Office of the Dean of Students, Office of International Students, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Sociology Department; St Paul's Peace and Justice Initiative; The Labor Center-UMass-Amherst; The Odyssey Bookshop; Traprock Center for Peace and Justice. For more information: email yterraza at email.smith.edu | Download Flyer 
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