With a formal impeachment inquiry now underway, the nation is in a constitutional crisis as Trump says he will not cooperate with the impeachment inquiry. Democracy is under threat – how did we get here?
Two scholars will discuss the underpinnings of the fascist threat in America today.
Between The Lines Radio Newsmagazine is sponsoring a public forum with:
• Jason Stanley, Yale professor of philosophy and author of “How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them”
• Christopher Vials, director of American Studies at University of Connecticut and author of “Haunted by Hitler: Liberals, the Left and the Fight Against Fascism in the United States”
SATURDAY, OCT. 19, 2019, 12:30-3:30 p.m.
Parish House of the United Church on the Green
323 Temple St., New Haven, CT
Suggested contribution $10. Includes booksigning and reception.
Seating is limited.
Tickets may be purchased at Eventbrite online or below on this page.
Questions? Please call (203) 268-8446 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to call for more information or advance tickets. Leave your name, phone number and number of tickets to reserve. Your name will be placed on an advance tickets list at the door. Cash or checks made out to Squeaky Wheel Productions for tickets. Doors open at 12 noon. Booksigning – cash or checks.
To purchase tickets by mail, send check payable to Squeaky Wheel Productions, P.O. Box 110176, Trumbull, CT. We will put your name on an advance tickets list.
Free parking lots on the weekends (See below for more information):
• 60 Wall Street, behind the Parish House (accessed only from Temple and Wall Street).
Note: Wall Street is one-way going east in this block.
• Lot 51 on Temple Street just before intersection of Temple and Elm Streets
Note: Temple Street is one-way going south.
Note: Street metered parking is not free on Saturdays.
• “How Fascism Works review: a vital read for a nation under Trump,” The Guardian (UK)
• “How Fascism Works: The Politics of Us and Them,” book review by New York Journal of Books
• “How Fascism Works,” Jason Stanley, Yale professor discusses his new book, “How Fascism Works — the Politics of Us and Them,” Resistance Radio, WPKN, April 19, 2019
• “The Campus Antifascist Network is Winning the Fight Against Fascism at Universities,” essay co-written by Chris Vials, Los Angeles Review of Books, Feb. 10, 2018
• CNN New Day interview with Jason Stanley on “propaganda” during the impeachment inquiry
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From Interstate 91 North and South
• Take Exit 3, Trumbull Street
• As you exit on the connector and approach the first traffic light, stay in center lane, being aware of merging traffic.
• At the third traffic light (past Orange and Whitney streets), turn left onto Temple Street, a one-way street going south.
• Go past the next traffic light, Grove Street.
The Parish House of United Church on the Green is at 323 Temple St., the corner of Temple and Wall streets, which has a pedestrian crossing with yellow lights.
• To enter 60 Wall Street lot: Turn left at this intersection, which is behind the Parish House. Walk out of the parking lot and go left on Wall Street, then go left on Temple Street.
If this lot is full, go to Lot 51 on Temple street:
Exit the parking lot and go right on Wall Street.
Turn left onto Church Street, the first intersection.
At next light, turn left onto Grove Street.
Turn left onto Temple Street.
• To Lot 51 on Temple Street: Continue down the block to just before the Temple and Elm Street traffic light. The entrance is on the right side.
Tickets may be purchased below.