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Watch Live, Friday, 7 EST: Amy Goodman Moderates “Memories of the Future” Panel with Grace Lee Boggs

April 20, 2012
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Tune in tonight to see Democracy Now! host Amy Goodman as she moderates a panel that kicks off the Foundry Theatre’s “This Is How We Do It: A Festival of Dialogues About Another World.” She will speak with activist and philosopher Grace Lee Boggs, who says, “we have the power within us to create the world anew.” Joining Boggs will be Nelson Johnson, executive director of the Beloved Community Center of Greensboro, NC, and Andrea Smith, an anti-violence and Native American activist and scholar.

Click here to go to the event website where the livestream will start at 7pm EST.

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