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Put Away the Flags

This essay by Howard Zinn was distributed by the Progressive Media Project in 2006.

On this July 4, we would do well to renounce nationalism and all its symbols: its flags, its pledges of allegiance, its anthems, its insistence in song that God must single out America to be blessed.

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Agitation with a Smile: Howard Zinn’s Legacies and the Future of Activism

The editors and contributors to Agitation with a Smile: Howard Zinn's Legacies and the Future of Activism hosted a special event with a full house on the release of the paperback edition of the book.

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Whom Will We Honor Memorial Day?

Published on June 2, 1976 in the Boston Globe and republished in The Zinn Reader with this brief introduction: Memorial Day will be celebrated … by the usual betrayal of the dead, by the hypocritical patriotism of the politicians and contractors preparing for more wars, more graves to receive more

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Howard Zinn Bookfair

The Howard Zinn Bookfair will be held on November 15th, 2014 at the Mission High School in San Francisco. Professor Robin D.G. Kelley is one of the featured keynote speakers. Lifetime Achievement Awards will be presented to:

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Mitch Daniels, new Purdue University president, attempted to ban Zinn's People's History as Governor

July 17, 2013 - Mitch Daniels, as an unconventional choice to become Purdue University's president, has repeatedly pledged his strong commitment to academic freedom. And many professors -- including some who had questioned the wisdom of appointing a governor as university president -- have given him high marks for the start of his work at Purdue.

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