The Institute for Policy Studies invites you to an intimate discussion on the return to DC of the cutting-edge film about the incredible history of Cuba that transformed the condition of the poor and the stature of Women on the island, as well as people around the world.
Join us for a book discussion on "The Forgotten Triumph over Plutocracy that Created the American Middle Class, 1900-1970 with author Sam Pizzigati.
If right wingers are going to purge "ethnic studies" from America's textbooks, then they'll have to purge history too.
Mark your calendars for a great weekend to extol 50 years of the Institute for Policy Studies being an independent center of thought and action in the nation's capital!
Highlights over the past 50 years, from the antiwar and civil rights movements in the 1960s to recent peace and global justice movements to the Occupy movement.
Despite the fact that he has no academic training in history or related fields at all, Barton has become the go-to man for much of the religious far right.
In the mid-1950s Septima Poinsette Clark developed a literacy and citizenship training program that enabled thousands of African-Americans to register to vote and link power to concrete strategies for individual and communal empowerment.
Come to this cutting edge and interactive event about the path of the Occupy Movement; what preceded it and where it's heading.
Come hear Clarence Lusane for an unprecedented and comprehensive history of the White House from an African American perspective.
The congresswoman invents fables about the founders as well as her own personal history.