A Black Perspective on the Arab Uprising
"A Black Perspective on the Arab Uprising"
Wednesday, February 23rd at 7pm
We will pass the hat to offer an honorarium to Prof. Anderson:
Sam E. Anderson is an activist-teacher-writer native of Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy. He has recently taught at NYU’s Gallatin School. He was for five years the Education Director at Social Justice.
S. E. Anderson was one of the founding members of the Black Panther Party as well as an activist within the Student Nonviolent Committee ( ) and the Black Arts Movement of the Sixties. He became one of the first Black Studies directors in 1969 when he was hired to chair Sarah Lawrence College’s Black Studies program. He has been an activist since the 1960's within various organizations and struggles. S. E. Anderson was also a founding member of the Black Student Congress, African Heritage Studies Association, African Liberation Support Committee, The Black New York Action Committee, Press, The New York Algebra Project.
He will bring copies of his book "The Black Holocaust for Beginners" for both sale and signing.