Activist Lives: An Interview with Claude Marks

Starting Date: 12-10-2007
Starting Time: 7:30pm
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New College
766 Valencia St
San Francisco, California 94110
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Activist Lives: An Interview with Claude Marks

7:30 pm Monday 12/10/07
New College of California Activism & Social Change Event
New College Culture Center, 766 Valencia Street, SF FREE!

Claude Marks is founder and director of the Freedom Archives, as well as a former political prisoner. He recently produced and directed the documentary “The Legacy of Torture: the War Against the Black Liberation Movement,” which features interviews with many of the San Francisco 8. The Freedom Archives contain 8000 hours of audio and video recordings documenting social justice movements locally, nationally, and internationally from the 1960s to the present.

Modeled after one of the most popular courses ever taught at Harvard, Activist Lives is a course open to the public will bring some of the most original and successful activists of our day into conversation with students and others to explore how an engaged, compassionate, transformative life is possible.
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