Fri May 5: Gary Delgado Racial Justice Speech
From: Fred H Olson (
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2006 06:22:47 -0700 (PDT)
Free Lecture by Gary Delgado - Action for Racial Justice -
Friday, May 5th, 2006     7:00 pm     Free
First Unitarian Society - 900 Mount Curve, Minneapolis

Gary Delgado, Ph. D., the Executive Director and founder of the Applied
Research Center in Oakland, California ( ), is a
nationally recognized researcher, lecturer and activist on issues of race
and social justice. He has worked extensively in both the organizing and
the academic communities. His analytical work includes over 30 articles
and studies on social change practice.  Gary was one of the initial
organizers of ACORN, a lead organizer with the National Welfare Rights
Organization, and cofounder and director of the Center for Third World
Organizing (CTWO). In 1988, he received the prestigious Bannerman
Fellowship for activists of color in its first year. He was recognized as
a Hellraiser by Mother Jones magazine in 1996, and was profiled as a one
of 61 Visionaries by Utne Reader.

Sponsored by First Unitarian Society Social Action Committee
  ( )   and
Metro Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Alliance -

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