Egypt & Tunisia in Revolution: Teach-In & Rally, CCSU, Feb. 10

Egypt & Tunisia in Revolution Teach-in and Rally

Thursday, Feburary 10

11 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Alumni Hall

Student Center

Central Connecticut State University


11 AM Monji Dhaouadi, about Tunisia, and MC: CT director, Council on
American-Islamic Relations

11:20 Ali Antar, about Egypt: Imam, Berlin Mosque, and Chair, Physics and Earth
Science, CCSU

11:40 Stanley Heller, about US connection, and Palestine: Middle East Crisis
Committee, and director of video organization, “The Struggle”

12:00 Marissa Janczewska, about anti-war activism: Organizer, CCSU Youth for
Socialist Action

12:20 Liz Aaronsohn, about the connections to the 1960s Civil Rights Movement:
Teacher Education, CSSU

12:30 Vijay Prashad: Up-to-date and history of the region: History and Political
Science, Trinity College

1:00 power point: maps of Northern Africa, and video clips from live in Tahrir
Square, from “Democracy Now!”

1:40 Ghassan El-Eid, about modern Egyptian history: Political Science, CCSU

2:00 Fatma Antar, about family in Egypt: Economics Professor, Manchester
Community College

2:20 Rana Elazazy: being proud to be a young Egyptian American: college student,

2:40 Reem Elazazy: activism in solidarity with Egypt: student, Simsbury High

3:00 Assem Sayedahemed: power point presentation, and live video with a
physician in Tahrir Square: Adjunct Professor, University of Rhode Island

3:30 Colleen Keyes, a Muslim American perspective: retired dean, Tunxis
Community College


Gather at 4 p.m.

Outside Student Center, Central Connecticut State University

March and Protest along City Streets

Free parking in Student Center lot or garage (but it’s crowded so come early)

For directions and up to date information go to and
click on Act Now or Events

And then at 7 p.m.

Hear Barry Sanders, author of

The Green Zone: The Environmental Costs of Militarism

Thursday, February 10, 2011, 7 pm

St. John’s Episcopal Church

679 Farmington Ave, West Hartford, CT 06119-1895

For more information call: 860 478 5300

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One Response to Egypt & Tunisia in Revolution: Teach-In & Rally, CCSU, Feb. 10

  1. Richard says:

    oh would love to come but have to work. The working poor no work no pay, no pay no good.

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