Join us for a viewing of the documentary exposing the FBI’s strategy to prevent movements and communities from overturning white supremacy and creating racial justice through illegal surveillance, disruption, and outright murder committed by the US government in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.
An intimate sit down with author Max Elbaum to discuss his book that is the first in-depth study of the long march of the US New Left after 1968 on, and a discussion of a then and now’ compare and contrast of what it might mean for today.
An IPS and Indie Lens Pop-Up (formerly Community Cinema) preview screening about the turbulent 1960s when change was coming to America, the fault lines could no longer be ignored, and a new revolutionary culture emerged seeking to drastically transform the system.
Institute for Policy Studies is proud to co-sponsor a Sunday evening screening of “She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry,” a new film that takes a provocative look at the birth of the women’s liberation movement between 1966 and 1971.
Institute for Policy Studies, with Teaching for Change bookstore and Busboys and Poets, welcomes Matt Herron, Dorie Ladner, and a panel moderated by Askia Muhammad to discuss the book on “Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement”