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 L.A. Sound Posse 
 "the intimately oppressed"
 Commentary
 Dr. John Marciano
 L.A. Sound Posse  
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Dr. John Marciano is Emeritus Professor, State University of New York, where he taught courses on social and historical foundations of education, and class, gender and race.

L.A. Sound Posse
In 2004, Dr. John Marciano began this series at the now departed Midnight Special Bookstore in Santa Monica, California. The series now continues at the Venice United Methodist Church Peace Center. Every month this group meets to discuss the assigned reading, individual chapters in Howard Zinn's "People's History of the United States". The series and these recordings will continue monthly into 2006.

Dr. John Marciano is Emeritus Professor, State University of New York, where he taught courses on social and historical foundations of education, and class, gender and race.

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 Dr John Marciano Chapters in "People's History" July Ch 6 Download Program Podcast
Dr John Marciano "People's History" July Ch 6, "the intimately opressed"
01:13:13 English 2005-07-12
 Venice, Ca.
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