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Howard Zinn, born on this day in 1922

Howard Zinn, author of A People's History of the United States, was born #otd in 1922. #history #howardzinn #usa pic.twitter.com/WgfJGNlxM2

— Rhys Tranter (@RhysTranter) August 24, 2016

History

Beyond the Ballots: First Program Announcements of 2016

HOWARD ZINN BOOKFAIR: SUNDAY DECEMBER 4TH, 10-6 MISSION CAMPUS OF CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO.

Howard Zinn always reminded his readers that everyday people can build a better world together. 174 more words

Let the Readers Decide

Compare two descriptions of the same historical event… the American Revolution.  The first is an introduction by the esteemed Colonial era scholar, Gordon Wood.   The second passage is the analysis of “radical historian”  Howard Zinn.  237 more words

History

Howard Zinn: Myths of the Good Wars (Three Holy Wars) (must-see)

by Howard Zinn
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Originally published January 8, 2010
August 11, 2016

PHubb
September 15, 2009

Historian, Author, Playwright: Howard Zinn Sponsored by Cape Codders for Peace and Justice Filmed by Paul Hubbard at the Wellfleet Public Library on 9-13-09.

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Politics

Why is there no Department for Nuclear Disarmament?

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,515

Sunday 07 August 2016.

Dear Mrs May,

Yesterday was Hiroshima Day, the 71st anniversary of the first of the two nuclear bomb attacks on Japan. 404 more words

Keith Lindsay-Cameron

Who needs the kick in the pants? Them or You?

“Our problem is civil obedience.”

Are you obedient?

I see these t-shirts around these days with the logo “obey” and I think how very wrong a message.   305 more words

Education

The Dual Art of Rising to the Occasion

We need a psychology of rising to the occasion.”

  • Martin Seligman

Staffs and Reeds

“Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired, and success achieved.” If anyone knew the truth of this, it would be the author of this quote – Helen Keller.

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