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The Socialist Scholars Conference, held every spring in New York City for the last 23 years, is the largest event of the U.S. Left. Every year thousands of radical activists, socialists, feminists, anarchists, union organizers, black liberation advocates, alternative journalists, and democratic scholars gather for a weekend of spirited debate and dialogue. This is the best on-going conference in America.The Internet and Mobilization: Can You Have a Virtual Movement? was the 74th panel at the 2004 Socialist Scholars Conference. The panel was composed of Herb Boyd, Andrew Boyd, Micah L. Sifry, and Ruy Teixeira. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author
Author Herb Boyd

Herb Boyd is a journalist, activist, teacher, and author or editor of twenty-three books, including his latest, The Diary of Malcolm X, edited with Ilyasah Al-Shabazz, Malcolm X’s daughter. His articles have been published in the Black Scholar, Final Call, the Amsterdam News, Cineaste, Downbeat, the Network Journal, and the Daily Beast. A scholar for more than forty years, he teaches African American history and culture at the City College of New York in Harlem, where he lives.