Fellows' Presentation, Virtual Event

They Never Can Jail Us All

Repression, Resistance, and the Freedom Struggle, a Memoir and History
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Part of the 2020–2021 Fellows' Presentation Series

Lecture by Michael K. Honey RI '21

Free and open to the public.


Written from the perspective of a first-person organizer as well as of a historian, “They Never Can Jail Us All: Repression, Resistance, and the Freedom Struggle, a Memoir and History (1960–1976)” takes us into jails, into struggles against repressive laws and police violence, and into campaigns to free Angela Davis and all political prisoners—asking throughout, What is past and what is present in the struggle to be free?


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Live closed captioning will be available for this webinar.