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Beyond Voting

By Howard Zinn • Excerpted from The Zinn Reader  The political culture of the United States is dominated by voting. Every election year is accompanied by an enormous amount of attention, with the media and the politicians joining… Read More

The Time of Our Lies – The Life and Times of Howard Zinn

“The Time of Our Lies” will be performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe through August 25. It portrays the story of U.S. historian, educator and activist Howard Zinn as a young bombardier in World War II. Choreographed through song and… Read More

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. The program was… Read More

Howard Zinn Read In | WeAreMany.org

Howard Zinn Read-In, Nov. 5

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… Read More

“The People Speak, Englewood,” an Evening of Dramatic Readings and Songs, May 31st

May 31st, 6:00 pm, at TEAM Englewood High School, Auditorium 6201 S Stewart Ave, Chicago, IL 60621 Free and open to the public | Free lot parking | CTA: 63rd – Red line, Halsted – Green line, #63… Read More

THE PEOPLE SPEAK . . . in Chicago!

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 in D.C. and S.O.S. March

The People Speak Monday, July 25, 7:30 PM with a special introduction by Dave Zirin SOS Film Festival – ALL FILMS @ 7:30 PM TICKETS $10 The People Speak is inspired by Howard Zinn’s groundbreaking books A People’s History… Read More

Marx in Soho Performance at Galapagos Art Space

Marx In Soho: A Play on History by Howard Zinn Tuesday, July 26, 2011 Performed by Brian Jones Brooklyn, New York “Don’t you wonder: why is it necessary to declare me dead again and again?” This is the question… Read More

The Uses of History and the War on Terrorism

Zinn recently spoke in Madison, Wisconsin where he was receiving the Haven Center’s Award for Lifetime Contribution to Critical Scholarship. We bring you his lecture, “The Uses of History and the War on Terrorism.”   Democracy Now! •… Read More