Peninsula Peace and Justice Center
1 h 8 mn 29 s - 7 juin 2006
Michael Parenti is one of America's most astute and engaging political analysts. In this talk, he describes how divisions of race and gender have played into -- and often against -- struggles for economic justice and human rights. He calls on progressive activists to focus on fighting the opprressive power structures that are at the base of wars and economic injustices rather than on differences among ourselves. Parenti also discusses and signs his new book, "The Culture Struggle".
This special PPJC presentation was recorded on April 27, 2006. (89 minutes.)