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THURSDAY OCTOBER 5 • 5:00PM, KLINGENSTEIN LOUNGE: Join author Mark Bray to discuss his new book ANTIFA: The Anti-Fascist Handbook

CONFRONTING the contemporary resurgence of fascism and white supremacy in America, the oppositional movement known as Antifa has recently sparked heated debate. But what is this movement, precisely, and where did it come from? Join author and movement scholar Mark Bray as he tackles these and other questions. 

MARK BRAY is a historian of human rights, terrorism,  and political radicalism in Modern Europe. Along with being one of the  organizers of Occupy Wall Street,  he is the author of Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook  and Translating Anarchy:  The Anarchism of Occupy Wall Street. His work has  appeared  in the  Washington PostForeign PolicyCritical QuarterlyROAR Magazine, and numerous edited volumes. He is  currently a lecturer at Dartmouth College.     

Thursday October 5 • 5:00 pm • Klingenstein Lounge  

SPONSORED BY The Department of Sociology, Ithaca College    

CO-SPONSORS Center for the Study of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, Ithaca College • The Park Center for Independent Media, Ithaca College • The Department of Politics, Ithaca College • The American Studies Program, Cornell University • The Department of History, Cornell University • Cornell Students for Justice in Palestine • Cornell Organization for Labor Action (COLA)   

Free + open to the public  •  Refreshments will be served


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