Noam Chomsky on Race, Gender and Class with Kathleen Cleaver (1997)

MIT professor Noam Chomsky and Emory University law professor Kathleen Cleaver, formerly of the Black Panther Party, discuss race, gender and class issues that confront the United States today. They recall their activism in the 1960s and offer advice on what should be done today relating to these issues. Following their remarks, Dr. Chomsky and Dr. Cleaver answer questions from the audience. Moderator: Ayida Mthembu, MIT Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education

Timeline: 1990s
School: School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Department: AdministrationLinguistics and Philosophy
Career: CommunityEducation
Object: Video
Collection: Activism, Administrators, Bridge Leaders, Critical Mass 1955-1968, Faculty, Rising Voices 1995-Present, Women