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Event Title:  Cafe Columbia: Understanding Occupy Wall Street
with Todd Gitlin
Date:   Mar 5, 2012
Time:   6:00PM - 7:00PM ET
Location:   PicNic Cafe
2665 Broadway (between 101st and 102nd), NYC

Cafe Columbia is a series of informal discussions, led by Columbia University faculty, focused broadly on the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. The discussions are held at the Picnic Market Cafe at 2665 Broadway (between 101st and 102nd Street).

Professor of Journalism and Sociology Todd Gitlin will discuss
Understanding Occupy Wall Street

Gitlin will talk about the social, political and historical background of the Occupy movement.

For more information, see
Professor Todd Gitlin
“The Left Declares Its Independence,” The New York Times, Sunday Review, October 9, 2011
“Occupy Wall Street Is Chaotic, Romantic, and Utopian—and That’s a Good Thing,”The New Republic online, October 18, 2011
“New York City, October 19: The Sense of a Movement,”Los Angeles Review of Books

Space is limited; $10 cover (cash only) includes one drink
First Come, First Served
NO RSVP Necessary