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Wellstone Symposium: Wellstone's Impact on National and Progressive Politics

Created 28 February 2003; Published 3 March 2003

Panel presentation on "Wellstone's Impact on National and Progressive Politics" in Skinner Memorial Chapel with Frances Fox Piven, professor of political science and sociology at the City University of New York; Tom O'Connell, political science professor at Metropolitan State University in Minneapolis; and Winona LaDuke, campaign director for the White Earth Land Recovery Project. Moderated by Carleton political science professor Roy Grow.
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  • Created 1 March 2003; Published 3 March 2003
    Wellstone Symposium: Grassroots Organizing
    Panel presentation on "Grassroots Organizing" with Sarah Anthony '88, fellow at Fair Trial Initiative; Joe Chrastil '78, lead organizer for the Industrial Areas Foundation in Spokane and Takoma; Pamela Costain '72, Wellstone for Senate 2002 campaign staffer; Secy Fascione '81, union organizer for Justice for Janitors in the Pacific Northwest; Pakou Hang, organizer with Progressive Minnesota and deputy political director for the Wellstone campaign; and Jonathan Lange '75, IAF community organizer.
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  • Created 1 March 2003; Published 3 March 2003
    Wellstone Symposium: Wellstone's Mentoring and Teaching: Alumni and Teachers

    Panel presentation: "Wellstone's Mentoring and Teaching: Alumni and Teachers" in the Concert Hall with Bruce Feathers '75, CEO of FeatherLite; Carlos Gonzalez '77, physician; Nicky González Yuen '81, educator and activist at De Anza College; Peter Rachleff, history professor at Macalester College in St. Paul; Lee Roderick Blons '82, executive director for the Plymouth Church Neighborhood Foundation; and Joel Schwartz, public policy professor at the University of North Carolina. Moderated by Susan Singer, Carleton biology professor and coordinator of the Perlman Learning and Teaching Center.

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  • Created 1 March 2003; Published 15 April 2003
    Wellstone Symposium: Interfaith Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving
    in Skinner Memorial Chapel with Jerry Dearly and the Lakota Singers; Khaleel Sayeed '05; Rev. Carolyn Fure-Slocum '82, Carleton chaplain; the Carleton Gospel Choir; Joel Weisberg, Carleton physics and astronomy professor; the monks of the Gyuto Wheel of Dharma Monastery and the Minnesota Sakya Center; Nancy and Mike Casper, Carleton physics professor; Norm Vig, Carleton political science professor; and Rev. Oliver White, Grace Community UCC Church, St. Paul.
  • Created 28 February 2003; Published 28 February 2003
    Convocation: "The Wellstone Legacy: Grassroots Electoral Politics"
    in Skinner Memorial Chapel with introduction by Carleton president Robert Oden, and addresses by Jeff Blodgett '83, Wellstone campaign manager (1990, 1996, 2002), and Robert Reich.
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  • Created 28 February 2003; Published 3 March 2003
    Wellstone Symposium: The Wellstones' Policy Work
    Wellstone Symposium - Panel presentation: "The Wellstones' Policy Work" in Severance Great Hall with Mark Ritchie, president of Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy; David Foster, director of United Steelworkers District #11; Bob Borosage, president of the Institute for America's Future; Michael Noble '77, executive director of Minnesotans for an Energy Efficient Economy; Connie Lewis, state director for Paul Wellstone; and Jim Ramstad, U.S. congressman from Minnesota, discussing agriculture and trade, labor and globalization, economic justice, domestic violence, and mental health care. Moderated by Carleton political science professor Norm Vig.
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  • Created 28 February 2003; Published 3 March 2003
    Wellstone Symposium: Wellstone's Impact on National and Progressive Politics
    Panel presentation on "Wellstone's Impact on National and Progressive Politics" in Skinner Memorial Chapel with Frances Fox Piven, professor of political science and sociology at the City University of New York; Tom O'Connell, political science professor at Metropolitan State University in Minneapolis; and Winona LaDuke, campaign director for the White Earth Land Recovery Project. Moderated by Carleton political science professor Roy Grow.
    See also Wellstone Symposium
  • Created 28 February 2003; Published 15 April 2003
    Wellstone Symposium: The Wellstone Legacy Continued: Alumni Staffers
    in West Gym with Jeff Blodgett '83; Pamela Costain '72, Wellstone for Senate 2002 campaign staffer; Dan Cramer '89, cofounder of Grassroots Solutions and former Wellstone campaign staffer; and Rick Kahn '73, Wellstone campaign treasurer. Moderated by Carleton political science professor Barbara Allen.

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