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April 4: Racism, White Privilege and Coalition Politics: A Transnational Dialogue with João Costa Vargas and Charles R. Hale

A Conversation on Global White Supremacy, Activism, and Grassroots Alternatives to Neoliberalism

Posted: April 1, 2007

Racism, White Privilege and Coalition Politics: A Transnational Dialogue with João Costa Vargas and Charles R. Hale A Conversation on Global White Supremacy, Activism, and Grassroots Alternatives to Neoliberalism Charles R. Hale, professor of anthropology at the UT-Austin and author of "Más Que Un Indio" (more Than An Indian): Racial Ambivalence and Neoliberal Multiculturalism in Guatemala, will begin by reflecting on his work on race and ethnicity in Guatemala and Nicaragua. João Costa Vargas, associate professor of Anthropology at UT-Austin and author of Catching Hell In The City Of Angels: Life And Meanings Of Blackness in South Central Los Angeles will talk about the organized efforts of African-diasporic anti-racists in Los Angeles and Rio de Janeiro Wednesday, April 4th 7:30 pm MonkeyWrench Books 110 E North Loop (53rd St and Ave F) for more info or directions call 512-407-6925 ======================================= Also, this Sunday is MonkeyWrench's 5th Birthday Party and You’re Invited!

MonkeyWrench is turning five on Sunday, April 1st (no joke) and we’re celebrating with a Book Sale and free vegan Barbeque Bash. The party will coincide with the annual North Loop Block party. The last few years have been a little crazy, but a lot of fun and we've made some great friends along the way. So bring yourself, your friends and your friends’ friends and join us as we head into the next five years, wherever it may take us. Party starts at 1pm.

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