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CSPAN
Nov 2, 2014 10:30pm EST
introduce is gordon -- who is an assistant professor at george washington university specializing in the history and the rhetoric of 20th century social justice movements and the african-american and latino experience in the united states, as well as oral history and history of film. his first book and focus of his library presentation is "power to the poor, the fight for economic justice 1960 to 1974." it was published in 2013. and so, we are really happy to have him here. he is the recipient of many awards, including the first annual ronald t. ferrar civil rights history award. and how is this going to work? come on up and have a seat. yeah. our second speaker is going to be our second panelist is going to be carlos montez, a nationally recognized leader in this condo immigrants rights and antiwar movements who resides and works in east l.a. it was while attending college in 1968 that he joined the mexican-american student association and founded conneaut stu -- a chicano student group. we have an academic program coming out of that, which is wonderful. he took part in founding var
CSPAN
Oct 17, 2014 8:00pm EDT
. so the first person i'll introduce is gordon mantler, who's an assistant professor at george washington university specializing in the history and rhetoric of 20th century social justice movements and the african-american and latino history of the united states as well as an oral history and history of film. his first book and focus of his library presentation is power to the poor and the fight for economic justice 1960 to 1974 and it was published in 2013 in the inaugural volume in the politics and power series of the north carolina press. we're happy to have him here and he's the recipient of many awards. so we're very happy to have gordon mantler here, how is this going to work? come on up and have a seat? yeah. and our second panelist resides andworks in boil heights in eechlt lavm. it was while attempting east l.a. college that montez joined the mexican student organization and organized and fought do establish one of the first chicano studies in the united states. so we have an academic program as well coming out of that which is wonderful too. a and he took part in fou
CSPAN
Nov 9, 2014 6:30am EST
gordon mantler, who's an assistant professor at george washington university specializing in the history and rhetoric of 20th century social justice movements and the african-american and latino history of the united states as well as an oral history and history of film. his first book and focus of his library presentation is power to the poor and the fight for economic justice 1960 to 1974 and it was published in 2013 in the inaugural volume in the politics and power series of the north carolina press. we're happy to have him here and he's the recipient of many awards. so we're very happy to have gordon mantler here, how is this going to work? come on up and have a seat? yeah. and our second panelist resides andworks in boil heights in eechlt lavm. it was while attempting east l.a. college that montez joined the mexican student organization and organized and fought do establish one of the first chicano studies in the united states. so we have an academic program as well coming out of that which is wonderful too. a and he took part in founding a very social movement including the
CSPAN
Nov 8, 2014 10:30am EST
i will introduce is gordon -- who is an -- gordon mantler who is an assistant professor at george washington university specializing in the history and the rhetoric of 20th century social justice movements and the african-american and latino experience in the united states, as well as oral history and history of film. his first book and focus of his library presentation is "power to the poor, black-brown coalition, and the fight for economic justice 1960 to 1974." it was published in 2013. and so, we are really happy to have him here. he is the recipient of many awards, including the first annual ronald t. ferrar civil rights history award. so we are very happy to have him here. and how is this going to work? come on up and have a seat. yeah. our second speaker is going to be our second panelist is going to be carlos montes, a nationally recognized leader in the chicano immigrant rights and antiwar movements who resides and works in east l.a. it was while attending college in 1967 that he joined the mexican-american student association and founded la vida nueva, a chicano student
CSPAN
Nov 2, 2014 6:30pm EST
is an assistant professor at george washington university specializing in the history and the rhetoric of 20th century social justice movements and the african-american and latino experience in the united states, as well as oral history and history of film. his first book and focus of his library presentation is "power to the poor, the fight for economic justice 1960 to 1974." it was published in 2013. so, we are really happy to have him here. he is the recipient of many awards, including the first ferrar civil t. rights history award. and how is this going to work? come on up and have a seat. yeah. our second speaker is going to be our second panelist is going ao be carlos montez, nationally recognized leader in this condo immigrants rights and antiwar movements who resides and works in east l.a. it was while attending college he joined the mexican-american student association and founded conneaut stu -- a chicano student group. we have an academic program coming out of that, which is wonderful. he tookd p part in founding various social movements, including the brown berets.
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