Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 11-22-2021

Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 11-22-2021

2021-11-22T09:01:54-05:00November 22nd, 2021|Blog, Weekly Guests|Comments Off on Music, Culture, Arts and Entertainment 11-22-2021

Writer’s Voice with Francesca Rheannon

We talk with David Talbot about the book he co-authored with his sister Margaret Talbot, BY THE LIGHT OF BURNING DREAMS: The Triumphs and Tragedies of the Second American Revolution.

The 1960s and 70s were a time of political and cultural upheaval. Those who took an active part in the movements of the day were convinced that they would revolutionize America. They would bring about racial justice, end US imperialism, unite the working class and liberate women from their patriarchal chains.

But, half a century later, it’s clear the struggle continues—and the threats against social and economic justice are only multiplying.

So, was it all in vain? And what can we learn from the successes and failures of those movements?

In By The Light of Burning Dreams, New York Times bestselling author David Talbot and New Yorker journalist Margaret Talbot illuminate “America’s second revolutionary generation” in their gripping history of one of the most dynamic eras of the twentieth century.

Margaret and David Talbot reveal the epiphanies that galvanized these modern revolutionaries and created unexpected connections and alliances between individual movements and across race, class, and gender divides.

David Talbot is a journalist, author, activist and independent historian. He is the author of six books including, Brothers: The Hidden History of the Kennedy Years and The Devil’s Chessboard. Margaret Talbot is a staff writer for the New Yorker magazine.

Monday, November 22 at 10:00 PM and archived.

First Voices Indigenous Radio with Tiokasin Ghosthorse

Joe Pitawanakwat is the founder and director of Creators Garden, an Indigenous outdoor, and now fully online, education-based business, focused on plant identification, beyond-sustainable harvesting, and teaching about their linguistic, historical, cultural, edible, ecological and medicinal significance.

Tuesday, November 23 at 12:00 noon

East End Ink

East End Ink East End poets Virginia Walker, George Held and Pauline Yeats read their work in a program presented at the Shelter Island Library in April 2021.

Wednesday, November 24 at 7:30 PM and archived.

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