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Homeland Insecurity:
Civil Liberties, Repression, and Citizenship
in the 1950s

a conference
Thursday January 23, 2003-Sunday January 26, 2003
Smith College ~ Northampton, Massachusetts

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Interview with public radio - WFCR
If you missed WFCR's piece about Homeland Insecurity, which aired
on Monday, January 27, 2003, you can listen to it in RealAudio or MediaPlayer on their web site following the link above - scroll down until you see the item on Homeland Insecurity. Click on the audio icon to the right.

Smith Conference Mulls Arvin Case
Keeping Civil Liberty in View

Coverage from the Daily Hampshire Gazette (with photos), January 24-25, 2003

Boston Globe
Living Section: AT WORK: Joel Olicker and Tug Yourgrau, January 26, 2003

Scholars explore homophobia in times of 'Homeland Insecurity'
Bay Windows, Current Issue, January 16, 2003

Language-Oriented Artist Jenny Holzer, Known for Her Provocative Sound-Bite Signs on Buildings and in Public Spaces,To Discuss Art and Free Expression in Talk at Smith
Press Release, Smith College, January 16, 2003

Cold War-Era 'Pink Scare' at Smith College Gives Rise to National Forym Examining Civil Liberties Under Siege
Press Release, Smith College, December 17, 2003


LINKS OF INTEREST

American Civil Liberties Union
Home page of the ACLU

The Bill of Rights
Federal government archival website

Brother Outsider
Website of the Bayard Rustin Documentary Film Project

Who Is At Risk In The Academy?
A site created by a Smith student, this website's purpose "...is to put forward information regarding infringements of civil liberties in the United States since September 11, 2001."


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