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[Past Event] Culture of Protest

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In the United States, the right to assemble is recognized as a basic human right and is protected by the First Amendment. Increasingly, Americans have used protest as an effective form of civic engagement. Cultural anthropologist Dustin McKenzie examines the culture of protest here in the U.S. and abroad. He’ll begin with an introduction to various types of protest before giving a brief history of the protest movement. The session will conclude by listening to, and discussing, a selection of protest songs.


Tuition: $10.00

Additional Fees: $0.00

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Friday, Jan. 31 *10:00am - noon* (1 session)


CSUMB at Ryan Ranch, 8 Upper Ragsdale Drive, Monterey


Dustin McKenzie is a department chair and a professor of cultural anthropology and archaeology at Cabrillo College. He has been involved in a number of archaeological studies along the Central Coast over the past two decades. A dynamic presenter, he is one of OLLI’s most sought-after speakers.