Friday, October 21, 2011

Donald Rumsfeld to Damage the Reputation of Collin College on November 18

My college is going to have a war criminal as a guest speaker - Donald Rumsfeld on November 18 as part of the "KRLD Speaker Series." This man should be arrested and not speaking at our college. No one asked the faculty about this. There are 4,400-plus American casualties because of this liar. Will anyone join me with a protest sign at the Spring Creek Campus of Collin College on November 18 at 7:30 pm.?



Michael Phillips has authored the following:


White Metropolis: Race, Ethnicity and Religion in Dallas, Texas, 1841-2001 (Austin:  University of Texas Press, 2006)

(with Patrick L. Cox) The House Will Come to Order: How the Texas Speaker Became a Power in State and National Politics. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2010)

“Why Is Big Tex Still a White Cowboy? Race, Gender, and the ‘Other Texans’” in Walter Buenger and Arnoldo de León, eds., Beyond Texas Through Time: Breaking Away From Past Interpretations (College Station: Texas A&M Press, 2011)

“The Current is Stronger’: Images of Racial Oppression and Resistance in North Texas Black Art During the 1920s and 1930s ”  in Bruce A. Glasrud and Cary D. Wintz, eds., The Harlem Renaissance in the West: The New Negroes’ Western Experience (New York: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2011)

“Dallas, 1989-2011,” in Richardson Dilworth, ed. Cities in American Political History (Washington, D.C.: CQ Press, 2011)

(With John Anthony Moretta, Keith J. Volonto, Austin Allen, Doug Cantrell and Norwood Andrews), Keith J. Volonto and Michael Phillips. eds., The American Challenge: A New History of the United States, Volume I.   (Wheaton, Il.: Abigail Press, 2012).

(With John Anthony Moretta and Keith J. Volanto), Keith J. Volonto and Michael Phillips, eds., The American Challenge: A New History of the United States, Volume II. (Wheaton, Il.: Abigail Press, 2012).

(With John Anthony Moretta and Carl J. Luna), Imperial Presidents: The Rise of Executive Power from Roosevelt to Obama  (Wheaton, Il.: Abigail Press, 2013). 

“Texan by Color: The Racialization of the Lone Star State,” in David Cullen and Kyle Wilkison, eds., The Radical Origins of the Texas Right (College Station: University of Texas Press, 2013).

He is currently collaborating, with longtime journalist Betsy Friauf, on a history of African American culture, politics and black intellectuals in the Lone Star State called God Carved in Night: Black Intellectuals in Texas and the World They Made.

5 comments:

pogue said...

Hi,

I would be interested in joining your protest. Could you contact me for more info? @pogue25 on twitter or email me

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I will be there to listen to Donald Rumsfeld speak. I hope you protesters are evicted from the campus before you get a chance to ruin my evening.

Michael said...

I have noticed that people on the right always post their comments anonymously. They are cowards. That's why Progressive have to hit back. These wimps will simper off into hiding if they face real opposition. By the way, anonymous, you show your true colors regarding civil liberties. If Rumsfeld has a right to lie for pay, we have a right to protest.

Courtney said...

Look for me tonight, Michael. I'll be the angry old lady with a sign.

Steve said...

Any photos or talk of how it went? Turn out numbers.