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2000 Socialist Scholars Conference:
Rockin' the Boat: Building Coalitions for the New Century

March 31 - April 2, 2000 New York City

Audio and video tape recordings


Panel 1

Chair Horace Small Democratic Socialists of America
Bogdan Denitch Honorary Co-Chair, Democratic Socialists of America
Robin D.G. Kelley auther Yo Mama's Disfunktional!
Steffi Woolhandler Physicians for a National Health Program
Bhairavi Desai New York Taxi Workers Alliance
Tariq Ali eidtor New Left Review
Mark Seddon Labour Party, UK
The New York City Labor Chorus

Opening Plenary Session: Rockin' the Boat: Building Coalitions for the New Century

*Extended audio tape for $15.00*


Panel 2

Chair: Maulana Karenga California State University, Long Beach
Charles Barron candidate, New York City Council
Iris Baez mother of Anthony Baez, slain by NYC Police
Horace Small National Director, DSA
Joel Washington

No Justice, No Peace: Resisting Police Profiling, Abuse and Violence, The Threat and Challenge

Sponsored by Ujamaa


Panel 23

Chair Mimi Rosenberg WBAI
Frances Fox Piven CUNY Graduate Center
Stanley Aronowitz CUNY Graduate Center
Charles Barron candidate, New York City Council
Terisa Turner University of Guelph

From Welfare to Prison: The Politics of Social Control in the 21st Century

Sponsored by CUNY DSA, the Brecht Forum


Panel 42

Tariq Ali filmmaker and author Book of Saladin
Bogdan Denitch Democratic Socialists of America
Michael Lowry Espaces Marx
Ian Williams UN Correspondent The Nation

Is U.S. Intervention (N)ever Justified?

Sponsored by Monthly Review


Panel 70

Chair Peter Marcuse Columbia University
Bill Tabb Queens College, CUNY
Doug Henwood Left Business Observer
Barbara Epstein University of California, Santa Cruz
Tania Noctiummes co-author, MAI: One Agreement Can Hide Another

After Seattle: A New Internationalism?

Sponsored by Monthly Review


Panel 82

Chair Keitha S. Fine Eastern European Cultural Foundation
Medea Benjamin Global Exchange
Hector Figueroa Service Employees International Union
David Abdulah Oilfield Workers Trade Union, Trinidad and Tobago
Mark Seddon Labour Party, UK

The Battle After Seattle: Globalization and Its Discontents

Sponsored by Democratic Socialists of America


Panel 110

Chair Merle Ratner Brecht Forum
Humberto Brown Black Radical Congress
Gerardo Renique Brecht Forum
Mary Boger Brecht Forum
David Abdulah Oilfield Workers Trade Union, Trinidad and Tobago
Sungur Savran Party of Freedom and Solidarity, Turkey

Non-Western Marxism: Contributions to Building New Social Movements and Alliances

Sponsored by Brechet Forum

Recorded by John Holder


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