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MOVING ONWARD

From racial division to class unity

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General Gordon Baker, Jr.

Internationally known Labor Leader, a leader of the Detroit wildcat strikes in the 1960s, and pioneer of draft resistance during the Vietnam War. He speaks about that period, along with lessons for the struggle for peace today.


Richard Monje

Internationally known Labor Leader, a leader of the Detroit wildcat strikes in the 1960s, and pioneer of draft resistance during the Vietnam War. He speaks about that period, along with lessons for the struggle for peace today.

 


Marian Kramer

In the forefront of the struggle of the poor, and a leader in the fight to stop the privitization of water in Detroit, Michigan

Maureen D. Taylor

State Chair, Michigan Welfare Rights Union. A leader in the fight to stop the privitization of water in Detroit, Michigan
 
Nelson Peery

Author of Black Fire: The Making of an American Revolutionary and his new book, Black Radical, the Education of an American Revolutionary, published by The New Press. Also, author of The Future is Up to Us, and co-author of Moving Onward: From Racial Division to Class Unity

William H. Watkins, Ph.D.

A leading educator and researcher who traces the historical underpinnings of Black eduction. A speaker on the rereat from universal public education in America, high stakes testing, and the democratic process. His latest book is “Black Protest Thought and Education ”

 
Marian Kramer

In the front lines of the welfare rights and civil rights movement from its origin in the 1960s. Co-chair of the National Welfare Rights Union (NWRU) an organization of, by, and for the poor in America. A leader in the struggle to turn water back on for 45,000 Detroit families.

Maureen Taylor

Chair of the Michigan Welfare Rights Union, Maureen Taylor is state Co-chair of the Michigan Welfare Rights Union. A leader in the struggle to turn water back on for 45,000 Detroit families. Grassroots candidate for public office who had her vote stolen.

 

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Rev. Edward Pinkney
Belinda Brown
General Baker
Maureen Taylor
Nelson Peery
Marian Kramer

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NELSON PEERY SPEAKING ON THE BOOK, BLACK RADICAL