In honor of historian Howard Zinn and all the ordinary people he celebrated in his work, on Tuesday November 5, scholars and activists from across the country will take part in a Read-in of Zinn’s work on the campus of Purdue University and on campuses across the nation.…
Please join Voices of a People’s History for a free screening of Howard Zinn’s film THE PEOPLE SPEAK as part of the new Chicago Voices pilot project with a free Educators Toolkit giveaway.
The People Speak
Monday, July 25, 7:30 PM
with a special introduction by Dave Zirin
SOS Film Festival – ALL FILMS @ 7:30 PM
The People Speak is inspired by Howard Zinn’s groundbreaking books A People’s History of the United States and Voices of a People’s History of the United States.…
A special screening with Josh Brolin, Staceyann Chin, David Strathairn, Allison Moorer, and other special guests.
Please join The People Speak for a special live performance and slideshow of historical photographs from the Library of Congress digital collections. The evening will feature special guests bringing to life voices – famous and forgotten – from the many movements for civil rights throughout U.S. history.
The People Speak is a unique celebration of British history. Through live performances and readings, The People Speak will highlight significant moments in our history where people have spoken out for change. Taking part in the event are some of the U.K.’s leading actors and musicians.
Busboys and Poets celebrated the life and work of Howard Zinn in a special tribute featuring Amy Goodman, Ralph Nader, Dave Zirin, Marian Wright Edelman, and many more.
In 2008, Howard Zinn have a keynote address at the National Conference for the Social Studies (NCSS) conference. He offers clear examples of how history teachers can help students think outside of the box. This is an excellent film to be shown in parts or in full for staff discussion.…