Michael Fine is a writer, community organizer, family physician, public health official, and author of Health Care Revolt: How to Organize, Build a Health Care System,
Michael Fine is a writer, community organizer, family physician, public health official, and author of Health Care Revolt: How to Organize, Build a Health Care System, and Resuscitate Democracy—All at the Same Time. Abundance is his first novel.
October 2 in Kingston, RI
Health Care Revolt Reading at Kingston Free Library, 6:30 p.m
2605 Kingstown Road, Kingston, RI 02881
October 3 in Providence, RI
National Primary Care Week Keynote Speaker at Warren Alpert Medical School, 11:30 a.m.
222 Richmond Street, Providence, RI 02903, Room 160
October 5 in Newport, RI
Abundance Reading at Newport Public Library, 2:00 pm
300 Spring Street, Newport, RI 02840
October 10 in Sharon, MA
Health Care Revolt Reading at Sharon Public Library, 6:30 pm
11 North Main Street, Sharon, MA 02067
October 15 in South Kingstown, RI
Abundance Reading at The Collective Bookstore, 7:00 pm
1220 Kingstown Road, South Kingstown, RI 02879
October 16 in Lincoln, RI
Abundance Reading at Lincoln Public Library, 6:30 pm
145 Old River Road, Lincoln, RI 02865
October 21 in Harrisville, RI
Abundance Reading at Jesse M. Smith Memorial Library, 6:30 pm
100 Tinkham Ln, Harrisville, RI 02830
October 24 in Scituate, RI
Abundance Reading at North Scituate Public Library , 7:00 pm
606 W Greenville Rd, North Scituate, RI 02857
october 2 (Wednesday) - 24 (Thursday)
Join E. Ethelbert Miller, literary activist and distinguished PM author of his second memoir The Fifth Inning, for “The Legacy of C.L.R.
Join E. Ethelbert Miller, literary activist and distinguished PM author of his second memoir The Fifth Inning, for “The Legacy of C.L.R. James and his Influence on DC Activists” on Tuesday, October 22nd at the University of the District of Columbia. Speakers include James Early, Kojo Nnamdi,Sylvia Hill, Aldon Nielsen and Sally Schwartz. Sponsored by the Institute of Politics Policy And History (IPPH). Please click the web link below for details.
Learn more about PM’s editions of C.L.R James’s books here.
(Tuesday) 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
University of the District of Columbia
Bldg.44 Room 44A 03, Washington, D.C.
Join Ian Brennan, author of Silenced by Sound: The Music Meritocracy Myth, and many others for "‘Til Victory is Won: 400 Years of Making Revolution and
Join Ian Brennan, author of Silenced by Sound: The Music Meritocracy Myth, and many others for “‘Til Victory is Won: 400 Years of Making Revolution and Inventing Utopia” on Saturday October 26th from 7pm to Midnight at the Brooklyn Public Library. This is a Teach-In to Observe the 400th Anniversary of the First Slave Ship’s Arrival in North America, With Free Lectures and Performances by Activists, Historians, and Artists.
Ian will present in “Slavery is an Act of War” from 7 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. in the Grand Lobby of the Central Library. The Dream Unfinished: An Activist Orchestra, followed by a monologue with Jumaane Williams as Frederick Douglas, Ian Brennan as John Brown, and Aisha Hinds as Harriet Tubman.
Click the link below for more information and tickets.
Silenced by Sound is a powerful exploration of the challenges facing art, music, and media in the digital era. It is “full of wisdom from someone who cares deeply about the power of real music.”—MOJO. Learn more here.
Ian Brennan is a Grammy-winning music producer who has produced three other Grammy-nominated albums. He is the author of four books and has worked with the likes of filmmaker John Waters, Merle Haggard, and Green Day, among others. His work with international artists such as the Zomba Prison Project, Tanzania Albinism Collective, and Khmer Rouge Survivors, has been featured on the front page of the New York Times and on an Emmy-winning 60 Minutes segment with Anderson Cooper reporting. Since 1993 he has taught violence prevention and conflict resolution around the world for such prestigious organizations as the Smithsonian, New York’s New School, Berklee College of Music, the University of London, the University of California–Berkeley, and the Accademia Nazionale delle Scienze (Rome).
(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Brooklyn Public Library: Central Library
10 Grand Army Plaza Brooklyn, NY 11238
Join a lecture by David Pilgrim at Hope College in Holland, MI on October 30th. Details TBA. David Pilgrim is author of Watermelons, Nooses, and Straight Razors:
Join a lecture by David Pilgrim at Hope College in Holland, MI on October 30th. Details TBA.
David Pilgrim is author of Watermelons, Nooses, and Straight Razors: Stories from the Jim Crow Museum and Understanding Jim Crow: Using Racist Memorabilia to Teach Tolerance and Promote Social Justice.
“Undergirding David Pilgrim’s effort is his powerful belief that we, as a society, heal better when we stare down the evils that have walked among us, together.”—Henry Louis Gates Jr.
David Pilgrim is Vice-president for Diversity and Inclusion at Ferris State University, a professor, orator, and human rights activist. He is best known as the founder and curator of the Jim Crow Museum—a ten-thousand-piece collection of racist artifacts located at Ferris State University, which uses objects of intolerance to teach about race, race relations, and racism.
All Day (Wednesday)
141 E 12th St, Holland, MI