Updated on January 25, 2017 by Howard Zinn Website
At a fundraiser event for Spare Change street paper and the Homeless Empowerment Project, Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn respond to the question: “Is There Hope in This Desperate Time?” Recorded on September 27, 2004.
Updated on August 30, 2020 by Howard Zinn Website
Today (December 7) is the birthday of Howard Zinn’s longtime friend Noam Chomsky. In celebration, we share this interview with David Barsamian (DB) of Alternative Radio about how they met. Excerpted from The Future of History, Zinn discusses Chomsky’s popularity, “His message has been so powerful and so outrageously true and so backed up by …
Updated on August 8, 2014 by Howard Zinn Website
A collection of Howard Zinn’s speeches, edited by Anthony Arnove, was released by Haymarket Books. “Reading Howard’s spoken words I feel that I am almost hearing his voice again. Even in writing its unique appeal comes through — his stunning pitch-perfect ability to capture the moment and the concerns and needs of the audience whoever …
Updated on August 30, 2014 by Howard Zinn Website
Noam Chomsky, noted author and philosopher, and Anthony Arnove, filmmaker and editor, spoke at SUNY-New Paltz, on Dec. 4, 2011 in tribute to the legacy and life’s work of Howard Zinn. This event was titled “Honoring Howard Zinn: A Historian Who Made History.” Presentations by Chomsky and Arnove considered Zinn’s leading role in promoting peace …
Updated on August 23, 2019 by Howard Zinn Website
Democracy Now! • December 7, 1998
Last week’s announcement of the proposed merger of two oil giants, Exxon and Mobil, would create not only the largest oil company in the world, but also the world’s single largest corporation. We speak with historian Howard Zinn for the historical context of the merger, as well as his philosophy on life and activism.
HOWARD ZINN: “It’s just part of a long-term development in American history of the increasing power of corporations.”