CPCP ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2022: REVOLUTIONARY ARTS (Audio)

Listen here to the CPCP Annual Conference 2022: Revolutionary Arts, held at
The People’s Forum on May 5, 2022. 

 

PANEL 1 Consciousness on edge: Francisca Benítez and Andreas Petrossiants
PANEL 2 After authenticity: Jennifer Ponce de León and Michael Denning
KEYNOTE Picturing revolt: Sónia Vaz Borges and kara lynch
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CPCP ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2022: REVOLUTIONARY ARTS

The CPCP presents its annual conference 2022:

REVOLUTIONARY ARTS

Wednesday May 4, 2022 6-9pm Film Screening
Thursday May 5, 2022 1-8:30pm
Conference

The People’s Forum
320 West 37th St. NY, NY 10018

*proof of vaccination is required for entry

 

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The Agrarian Question Today – a conversation with Ruth Wilson Gilmore and Maria Luisa Mendonça

The CPCP presents its annual conference 2021: The Agrarian Question Today – a conversation with Ruth Wilson Gilmore and Maria Luisa Mendonça

May 5th, 10am ET via Zoom

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Revisiting the Riot Discussion and Launch

Revisiting the Riot Discussion and Launch

The Center for Place, Culture and Politics via zoom

Thursday, April 29, 7pm EST

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Earlier this year, the journal Theory in Action released a special issue entitled Revisiting the Riot: 10th Anniversary of AK Thompson’s Black Bloc, White Riot, (Vol. 14, No. 1). Join contributors Robert F. Carley, Benjamin S. Case, Clare O’Connor,  Heath Schultz, and Claryn Spies as they share their analyses and debate the implications of Thompson’s work for our new era of global uprisings.

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Transforming CUNY: admissions, studies, movements

Transforming CUNY: admissions, studies, movements

January 20, 6-8:15 PM EST

This is an online event and will take place on Zoom. 
Register here to attend
This event will include live 
captioning in English.
Livestreaming will also occur on Youtube.

The history of how Black and Puerto Rican youth movements led the transformation of CUNY’s admissions and curricula contains lessons for public education/city struggles nationwide. Tami Gold, Pam Sporn, and Gisely Colón López will share their new film MAKING THE IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE, about how Black and Puerto Rican student-led struggles won Puerto Rican Studies at Brooklyn College in the late 1960s. Ricardo Gabriel will speak about the historical and geopolitical context that led to the Puerto Rican student movement and the demand for Puerto Rican studies at CUNY from 1969 through the early 1970s. Amaka Okechukwu will present about the 1970 creation and 1999 termination of the Open Admissions policy at CUNY, detailed in her new book To Fulfill These Rights: Political Struggle Over Affirmative Action and Open AdmissionsAnna Zeemont will discuss gender justice and intersectionality in 1990s CUNY activist/arts publications and movements.

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