Manolo Callahan, Stefano Harney, Tonika Sealy Thompson: December 4, 2016


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The Poetry Center and the SFSU Labor Archives and Research Center co-present "Working with Others: Convivial Research (Revisited)," a panel with Manuel (Manolo) Callahan, Stefano Harney, and Tonika Sealy Thompson, moderated by Steve Dickison, at the third annual Howard Zinn Book Fair, at City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus. Note: the recording begins in medias res.

Originally Recorded By
DocFilm Institute
City College of San Francisco, Mission Campus
Total Run Time
Steve Dickison, Marshall R. Trammell, Tanya Hollis
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Group Reading (01:19:26)

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