Nicholas Petr

Nicholas Petr

Contributions:

On Saturday, September 27th, 2008, about 300 people packed into a tent amidst torrential downpours to hear Democracy Now's Amy Goodman speak about her new book, Standing Up to the Madness, a collaboration with journalist David Goodman.

All eyes are on Mayor Sheila Dixon and the group of young people known as Peer-to-Peer Enterprises following the suspension of the student hunger strike. The strike went on for 5 days before the mayor agreed to sit down and discuss the students’ $3 million demand.

Life in the Park, A Community of Common Struggle, from interviews with Tye, Walter, Moses, and Carolyn
Stadium Workers Demand Freedom from Poverty
Transit Rights
Youth Offer Dixon an Opportunity to Act
Keeping it in the Community: Discussions with Miriam Avins and Jim Kelly on Land Trusts in Baltimore
Democracy Now's Amy Goodman from the 2008 Radical Book Fair Pavilion
Population Health: An Introduction
The Injustice System: An Introduction
An Interview with John Booth-El Prisoner #170-921 Death Row