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. https://www.facebook.com/MNCuba/
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. https://www.facebook.com/MNCaravanSolidarity/?ref=br_rs
She is the daughter of a Holocaust refugee. Her Minneapolis Interview Project can be found at turtleroad.org -- 50 life story interviews that advance social justice. Her book, Wind: Bicycling North America’s Political Divides, is looking for a publisher.