Tom Hayden at UCSD ~ Old activists meets new activists

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10/28/2010 - 12:01pm
10/28/2010 - 1:01pm

October 28, 2010

12-1:00 PM

Dolores Huerta/Philip Vera Cruz Room

(Located on the 1st floor of the Student Center Expansion, behind AS Soft Reserves, near Mandeville coffee cart)

Tom Hayden was one of the best-known student activists of the 1960s, a founding member of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), one of the Chicago 7, and both a CA state assemblyman and a CA state senator (1982-2000). He has taught courses at Pitzer College and Occidental College. He will deliver a talk entitled "Students and Social Action in the Age of Obama."
Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Chicano/a~Latino/a Arts and Humanities Program (CLAH), the California Cultures Program, Revelle College, and the Dept. of Literature

“Students and faculty must wrest control of the educational process from the administrative bureaucracy. They must make fraternal and functional contact with allies in labor, civil rights, and other liberal forces outside the campus”-Tom Hayden, Port Huron Statement (1962)