A People’s Celebration of Howard Zinn in Boston June 1, 2010

Lauren Cooper at the People's Celebration of Howard Zinn. Photo by: Charngchi Way/Susie Husted.

Lauren Cooper at A People’s Celebration of Howard Zinn. Photo by: Charngchi Way/Susie Husted.

On May 15, 2010, the Zinn Education Project was pleased to participate in A People’s Celebration of Howard Zinn held at the Old South Church in Boston, MA. Lauren Cooper,  a Teaching for Change coordinator for the Zinn Education Project, was one of the speakers. Others included Bob Moses, Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and founder of The Algebra Project, Mariama White-Hammond, Executive Director of Project HIP HOP (Highways Into the Past – History, Organizing, Power), Mike Prokosch, staff member of Community Labor United, Myrna Morales of the Progressive Librarians Guild, Michael Spinnato, member of Iraq Veterans Against the War and Veterans for Peace, and many more.


Donations received over the event expenses were donated to the Zinn Education Project, raising $1,000 for our work. We would like to thank the organizers for their time, coordination, and generosity. More photos and Lauren Cooper’s presentation.

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