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Alinsky headlines conf erence
Author, sociologist and activist Saul Alinsky will headline
the 1970 World in Revolution Conference March 16-19, according
to conference co-chairman, Ron Alexander.
"The theme of. the conference this year will be urban
problems," said Alexander.
ALINSKY'S PHILOSOPHY is that students should
demonstrate less and work within the establishment for a
He has been involved for many years with Chicago's areas.
He is currently director of the Industrial Areas Foundation,
a community revitalization organization in Chicago which he
Six other speakers of national promlnance will be
participating in the conference.
HERBERT HILL is National Labor Director for the
NAACP. He has worked several years on the plight of the
black worker and recently has been Involved In the fight for
integration of building construction In Philadelphia.
Director of the Black Economic Development Conference
at Chester, Pa., Muhammad Kanyatta is a young leader, but
so is his organization and its programs.
He has tried to stimulate the growth of black businesses
and made headlines last spring by demanding reparations from
JOURNALIST AND POLITICAL activist, Jack Newfield
works with an activist paper In New York. Writing often for
The Liberator and Life his most well-known work is The
Prophetic Minority, a book on the New Left.
Socio-economist, Robert Theobald, has several books to
his career as an author, but more recently is concentrating
on the transition in society from an industrial era to a cybernetic
Adam Yarmolinsky has long been active in reforming
American communities and universities. He heads the Twenty
First Century Foundation which analyzes the social problems
of America and predicts the future of these problems.
SOCIOLOGY PROFESSOR at all black Lincoln University,
Martin Oppenheimer spends considerable time studying the pro
blems of urban ghettoes. His main philosophy is that the crisis
of race can only be solved by a revolution to reconstruct
Co-chairman Ron Alexander pointed out the need for such
a meeting because "we felt the urge for an interdisciplinary
program. It had to have sufficient academic structure, significant
student initiation, but no book learning."
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