Friday, June 15, 2007

Book Event for ITP in DC 6/26 at 7 pm.

On Tuesday, 6/26 at 7 pm at the David Clarke Law School in DC a book event for "Impeach the President: The Case Against Bush and Cheney," ed. by Dennis Loo and Peter Phillips, Seven Stories Press will be held.

Reps. Dennis Kucinich and Maxine Waters have been invited to speak at our event as well. We hope to have CPAN 2 cover the event. Details on the event and address follow:

An excerpt from the book:

"The Bush-Cheney administration and the radical right-wing forces that it represents constitute an extraordinary threat to the world. As events unfold, this becomes ever more painfully evident: The appalling debacle of Katrina; the disastrous and immoral occupation of Iraq with no end in sight; the murder of prisoners by American personnel in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Guantanamo, and the covert rendition of prisoners to nations known for torture; Bush's admission that he secretly and illegally authorized spying on all Americans and his brazen declaration upon being caught that he will continue to do so, and on and on. Their corruption, incompetence, criminal activity, and disregard for human rights and the law seem endless. The White House has become increasingly embattled as a result of these events, but it will take unprecedented popular action to end this regime. Governments do not fall of their own weight; they must be driven out."

7:00 p.m.
June 26, 2007

UDC David A. Clarke School of Law
Building 39, Room 201
4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008

The Law School is at the corner of Van Ness and Connecticut Avenue and nearly atop the Metro Red Line Van Ness/UDC Station. There is wheelchair access from both Connecticut Avenue and from the Parking garage, which is located 1/4 block west on Van Ness from Connecticut.


Dennis Loo, Associate Professor of Sociology at Cal Poly Pomona. He graduated with honors in Government from Harvard and received his MA and Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California at Santa Cruz. His recent article, "No Paper Trail Left Behind: The Theft of the 2004 Presidential Election" was honored by Project Censored in 2006. He is an award-winning sociologist, a former journalist and his research specialties include polling, public policy making, social movements, and criminology.

Mark Crispin Miller, Professor of Culture and Communication at New York University. His books include The Bush Dyslexicon: Observations on a National Disorder and Fooled Again: How the Right Stole the Election of 2004: The Real Case for Electoral Reform. His off-Broadway Show, A Patriot Act, is available on DVD, at

Larry Everest, author of Oil, Power & Empire: Iraq and the US Global Agenda From Common Courage Press (2004). Everest has covered the Middle East and Central Asia for over twenty-five years for Revolution newspaper ( and other publications. In 1986, Everest wrote Behind the Poison Cloud: Union Carbide's Bhopal Massacre. In 1991, he traveled to Iraq and shot the award winning video Iraq: War Against the People. In 2005, he testified at the culminating session of the World Tribunal on Iraq in Istanbul, Turkey and helped organize the 2005-2006 International Commission of Inquiry on Crimes Against Humanity by the Bush Administration.

Barbara J. Bowley, Associate Professor at Woodbury University in Burbank, California, where she is Director of Library Services and Director of General Education. She received her MA in Anthropology and her MS in Library Service from Columbia University. Her research interests include the critical examination of information in society and issues concerning the future of higher education.

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