"I have performed 'Marx In Soho' by Howard Zinn nearly 300 times at schools across the country and have witnessed the power of Howard's work to inspire young people to not only engage with important ideas, but to be active citizens. That's why I will always support the Zinn Education Project." -- Bob Weick wrote when he sent an end of the year donation to the Zinn Education Project. Read more about Weick's Marx In Soho by Howard Zinn performances here: http://bit.ly/1JAPNku Please make a donation today so that the Zinn Education Project can continue to provide lessons and resources for teaching people's history (by Zinn and many other historians) in schools across the country: http://bit.ly/1kSYhZD
Thank you to Emilye Crosby for her end of the year contribution to the Zinn Education Project. Please join Emilye and make a contribution to help the next generation of voters learns how to read between the lines of the mainstream media. Understanding the world today in the context of people's history will lead to a better future for us all. Donate here, today: http://bit.ly/1jThBSQ Photo: Crosby and Julian Bond at the launch of Crosby's book on the Civil Rights Movement, hosted by Teaching for Change at Busboys and Poets. More here: http://bit.ly/1AqqJIF Photo by Rick Reinhard, 2011.