Sunday, September 28, 2008

Volume 1, Issue 4

The September Issue of el participante is now being distributed. This issue features several issues relating to the emerging controversy over the presence of the ROTC on Columbia's campus, as well as articles dealing with activism and politics in general. The alternative Core Curriculum for radicals goes back to the origins of American radicalism in the writings of Thomas Skidmore, a critic of inequality during the era of the Workingmen's parties in the 1830s.

Volume 1, Issue 4 features:

Yadira Alvarez
Summer Experience: National Mobilization Against Sweatshops

Paco Martin Del Campo
Black Panther, Brown Beret Speak at Panel

Iliana Feliz and Johanna Ocaña
Lucha: Committed to Struggle

Wyatt Ford
Th e Myth of the G.I. Bill

Olivia Rosane
9/11, Service and the War

Rudi Batzell
Responses to the ROTC

Malena Arnaud
Th e Poverty of Micro-credit

Thomas Skidmore
Core: The Rights of Man to Property

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