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[OPIRG-EVENTS] Tune in to Liberation Expressions

Tune into CKCU fm 93.1 (www.ckcufm.com for real audio) in Ottawa on
Monday the 8th from 9-10am EST for a special program on

"achieving radical visions of society"

with host 'da fais', featuring interviews with

Janet M. Eaton: A frequent contributor to the SAN list, Dr Eaton is a
Biologist, Educator, Researcher and an International Systems Institute
research fellow. She is based in Nova Scotia   

Dr. Andrew Bernstein: A member of the Speakers Bureau of the Ayn Rand
Institute, he is an adjunct professor of philosophy at Pace University
and at the State University of New York at Purchase. He is the author of
three Ayn Rand titles for CliffsNotes: Atlas Shrugged, The Fountainhead,

Cindy Milstein: A faculty member at the Institute for Social Ecology,
she is a board member of the Institute for Anarchist Studies, a
nonprofit organization that provides grants to radical writers, and
coorganizer of the annual Renewing the Anarchist Tradition conference,
which attempts to create a scholarly space for a new generation of
libertarian left theorists. Ms. Milstein also writes for antiauthoritarian
periodicals, including a regular column in Arsenal magazine.

For suggestions, comments or questions, email me: inkilab@web.net  

Canadian Dimension: So how does the Left develop a working class movement? 

Michael Albert: The left understands that you can't form a movement
organization, or a movement institution, and institute inside it
patriarchy. Now we don't know exactly how to do that yet, but certainly
nobody consciously wants it there. Nobody would celebrate it, much less set
it up deliberately. Nor would we set up apartheid inside our organizations
-- if a Left organization consciously did that, everybody would be
nauseated. Now look at class: institution after institution on the left has
job structures, financial arrangements, even distribution of income that
are barely distinguishable from what exists in the society at large. Few of
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