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Black Reconstruction in Our Times: CPE track at Zinn Book Fair
Center for Political Education
Center for Political Education is excited to bring together nearly 20 authors and activists for this year’s Howard Zinn Book Fair. We will host five different sessions that will put authors of new works in conversation with local organizers to help explore Black Reconstruction themes of land, education, labor, political power, and resistance. Featuring: Jordon Camp, Dawn Phillips, Melissa Crosby, Damien Sojoyner, Chrissy Anderson-Zavala, Chela Delgado, Sónia Vaz Borges, Gaye Theresa Johnson, Alex Lubin, Seth Markle, Sanyika Bryant, Maisha Quint, Saba Waheed, Melissa Burch, Danielle Mahones, Jakobi Williams, Donna Willmott, and Richard Brown

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