Michael Albert talks on some of the topics addressed in his book, Remembering Tomorrow.
Recorded at the Harvard Coop, May 8th 2007. Saved & re-encoded from http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3622753371052484817 H.264 codec, 320x240px
PlayTime : 1h 17mn Start -- On activism in the 1960's and the differences today 13:17 -- On the obstacles to action and building movements today. 28:36 -- On the 1960's sds and left sectarianism. 35:01 -- On the left and dangers of the coordinator class. 48:32 -- On the New York Times and coordinator class mentality. 51:18 -- On MIT fraternities and becoming radical. 1:03:20 -- How can radicals attend educational institutions and remain radical? 1:14:03 -- Do people still need to be "sensitized" in order to act against injustice?
Talks, Debates, Interviews
May 21, 2007, 18:53:29
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