[URBANTH-L]RE: Claude Levi-Strauss

Katherine C. Donahue kdonahue at plymouth.edu
Fri Dec 26 11:49:57 EST 2008

Dear Colleagues,
In light of the fact that Claude Levi-Strauss had his 100th birthday in
November, 2008, Deborah Reed-Danahay and I are putting together a session
for the 2009 AAA meetings that will explore his contributions to the field
of anthropology. Please contact me, Kate Donahue, if you would be interested
in participating.
Happy New Year to you all,
Kate Donahue
kdonahue at plymouth.edu
Katherine C. Donahue
Professor, Anthropology
MSC 39
Plymouth State University
Plymouth, NH 03264

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Subject: [URBANTH-L]ANN: The Zapatista World Festival of Dignified Rage

>From RJ <rj at riseup.net>

Dear Friends and Compañeros,

The first World Festival of Dignified Rage is just around the corner --
beginning this Friday in Mexico City.

Whether or not you are planning on going, I definitely recommend this
updated piece just finished by Kolya Abramsky that I've posted here:

It's both a primer on the organizing that has taken place over the past
three and a half years since the Zapatistas released their Sixth
Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle and a proposal on where we need to head
in the context of our global crises... a rewrite of an earlier piece
updated for the current context and in preparation for the First Global
Festival of Dignified Rage, which begins in Mexico City at the end of this


*Zapatista-inspired rebellion on Turtle Island and throughout the

*Slingshot Hip Hop, the first feature-length film from Palestine's
emerging hip hop scene...http://slingshothiphop.com 

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