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Anti-Semitism. August Nimtz Jr. & Anne Winkler-Morey

  • Walker Library 2880 Hennepin Avenue Minneapolis, MN, 55408 United States (map)

Monday, April 29 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm hear a discussion of the intersections of anti-semitism, capitalism and racism at Walker Library 2880 Hennepin in Minneapolis.

Two radical economic perspectives on the intersections of anti-Semitism, capitalism, and racism, a discussion sparked by Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s comments and the controversy around them. Professor August Nimtz Jr. and Dr. Anne Winkler-Morey have engaged in an email back and forth on the subject. Tonight they make that discussion public.

August Nimtz is a University of Minnesota political science professor, a socialist, and a long time activist, currently working with the Minnesota Cuba Committee.
He grew up In Jim Crow New Orleans. His book, Lenin's Electoral Strategy From 1907 to the October Revolution of 1917: The Ballot, the Streets—or Both is now available as an E-book and in paperback.

Anne Winkler-Morey is a historian, writer, scholar on nationalism, inequality and social movements, and activist, currently working with the Minnesota Caravan Solidarity.
She is the daughter of a Holocaust refugee. Her Minneapolis Interview Project can be found at -- 50 life story interviews that advance social justice. Her book, Wind: Bicycling North America’s Political Divides, is looking for a publisher.