Noam Chomsky and Anthony Arnove speak at SUNY-New Paltz in Honor of Howard Zinn





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Uploaded on Dec 18, 2011

Noam Chomsky, noted author and philosopher, and Anthony Arnove, filmmaker and editor, spoke on Sunday, Dec. 4, in Lecture Center 100 in tribute to the legacy and life's work of the late Howard Zinn (1922-2010), American historian, activist and playwright.
This event was titled "Honoring Howard Zinn: An Historian Who Made History." Presentations by Chomsky and Arnove considered Zinn's leading role in promoting peace and social justice in the contemporary world. A question-and-answer session follow follows the formal lectures.
Zinn, who played a pivotal role in American civil rights and anti-war movements, wrote more than 20 books, including his best-selling and influential "A People's History of the United States." His memoir, "You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train," was also the title of a 2004 documentary about Zinn's life and work. He was Professor of Political Science at Boston University from 1964 to 1988.

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