KPFA Radio 94.1FM with St. John’s Presbyterian Church presents:
Thursday, December 1, 7:30 PM
St. John’s Presbyterian Church, 2727 College Avenue, Berkeley
Advance tickets: $12 : brownpapertickets.com :: T: 800-838- 3006
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“With huge numbers of us recognizing the need for transformative change, this ambitious and exuberant book perfectly matches its historical moment. Ayers fearlessly confronts the intersecting crises of our age—endless war, surging inequality, unchecked white supremacy and perilous planetary warming—while mapping emancipatory new possibilities. From the first page, his courage is contagious.”
— Naomi Klein, author of The Shock Doctrine
For Bill Ayers, it is the freedom of our collective imagination that links the contemporary world— esconced as it is in pervasive militarism, racist violence, and environmental devastation…This is a manifesto that should be read by everyone who wants to believe that ‘another world is possible.’
— Angela Davis
Bill Ayers is the philosopher of the revolutionary spirit. These are despondent times, and yet, as Bill muses—history can surprise us. In preparation for that surprise, Bill has written a smart and inspirational manifesto.”
— Vijay Prashad
“Demand the Impossible! Provides the imperative we need now. As p[ublic consciousness and despair heighten in our various locales, we must be willing to engage lessons from the past and present while building a future that is reflective of our commitment to justice. If we’re serious about this, we know there is no choice: All we got is US!”
—David Stovall, author of Born Out of Struggle
Bill Ayers is a social justice activist, teacher, distinguished professor education (retired) at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and author of two memoirs, Fugitive Days and Public Enemy. He was a former leader of the Weather Underground
Bernardine Dohrn, also a leader of the Weather Underground, is married to Bill Ayers. While attending law school she began working with Martin Luther King, Jr. and became the first law student organizer for the National Lawyers Guild. From 1991 to 2013 she was a Clinical Associate Professor of Law at the Children and Family Justice Center at Northwestern University School of Law.
3 responses to “BILL AYERS & BERNARDINE DOHRN”
Super want to go to this event. Was really interested in this time period and especially in the shift in tactics seen from activists from like the mid 60’s on. Looking forward to hearing from people who were really in the shit back in the day.
Gosh, an event with unrepentant terrorists? Where do I sign up?
bill ayers and bernadine dohrn have drugged and raped too many people to mention. They hide behind their white privilege while pretending to be social justice warriors. In reality they are a poster couple for sb813 justice with a Sandusky sized closet.