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Oral History Interview with Marcia Newfield

Conducted as part of the Professional Staff Congress' (PSC) oral history initiative, this interview with Marcia Newfield covers experiences at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC), the PSC and, most significantly, her years as the vice [...]

Judith Butler Kessler Lecture

In her Kessler Award Lecture entitled “Global Violence, Sexual Politics,” famed feminist and queer scholar Judith Butler raises the question of “who counts as human?” Interested in exploring the way in which different lives are valued, [...]

Susan Stryker Kessler Lecture

In her Kessler Award Lecture entitled Ghost Dances: A Trans-movement Manifesto, founding trans-scholar Susan Stryker discusses the concept of trans-movements. Using the Native American tradition of Ghost Dances as an example, Stryker discusses the [...]

Homonationalism Keynote: Jasbir Puar

This keynote address was given by Jasbir Puar as part of the closing events of the Homonationalism and Pinkwashing conference that was held by CLAGS at the CUNY Graduate Center on April 10 and 11, 2013. Homonationalism and pinkwashing are theories [...]

Source magazine interview with SLAM! Members

This article published in The Source, a national hip-hop magazine, is about SLAM! and includes quotes from SLAM! members: Rachel Laforest, Kai Barrow and Peter Chung. They discuss SLAM! realtions with other activist groups protesting against the [...]

Money For Education Not War

2007 Professional Staff Congress (PSC) members march under the Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC.

"SLAM! Street Fair"

This article in the Hunter College Envoy covers the street fair organized by SLAM! in the fall semester of 2000. Featuring performances by members of clubs from diverse cultures along with informational tables offering resources, the street fair was [...]

Item Type: Text (Article / Essay)
SLAM! business card

This business card was created to promote SLAM! and make sure people had the phone number and address. It featured a well-designed colorful graphic, a Frederick Douglass quote, and a tagline sharing SLAM!'s mission, "To serve the people."

Item Type: Still Image (Flier / Leaflet (1 or 2 page handout))
"Move the Crowd"

This November 2000 feature article in The Source, the leading national hip-hop magazine at the time, covers SLAM!'s participation in organizing protests against the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia that year. The protests focused on [...]

Protestors Take Stand Against CUNY Hikes

This September 2008 cover story in The Paper, CCNY's newspaper for people of African descent, reports on a demonstration against budget cuts and a tuition hike to CUNY.

Item Type: Text (Article / Essay)
MUMIA - Youth Rising Summer 2000

Mumia Youth Rising was produced by SLAM! High School Organizing Program, an initiative that offered workshops to public school students in which they addressed racism, prison justice and activism. This publication contains student produced articles [...]

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