**HAMILTON HALL, ROOM 516**
The Tet Offensive in Vietnam. The assassination of Martin Luther King. The French May. The Prague Spring. Black Power fists at the Olympics in Mexico City. Mayhem outside the Democratic convention in Chicago. Marching for civil rights in Northern Ireland. Occupying Hamilton Hall.
1968 turned the world upside down. 50 years later, come celebrate the victories of that historic year of rebellion and talk about the lessons we can draw for our struggles today.
Todd Chretien is a journalist and translator for Socialist Worker newspaper specializing in U.S. and Latin American politics and is the editor of “Eyewitnesses to the Russian Revolution” (Haymarket Books, 2017).
He was suspended from Columbia University in 1994 for his role in the occupation of Hamilton Hall led by the Save the Audubon Ballroom Coalition.