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5 Questions with In Search of the Movement Author Benjamin Hedin

Tonight, City Lights in conjunction with Radio Silence Magazine is proud to present Benjamin Hedin, author of In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Civil Rights Then and Now, at City Lights Bookstore this Wednesday. Ben answered our 5 … Continue reading

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Events at City Lights Bookstore, September 2015

Our Fall event season at City Lights Bookstore kicks off this September. As always, there is a mixture of fiction and poetry, noir and nonfiction, local authors and visitors on their nationwide book tour. This month we have a John … Continue reading

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Excerpts from In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Civil Rights Then and Now

Parisian-born author and documentary film maker Benjamin Hedin‘s In Search of the Movement: The Struggle For Civil Rights Then And Now declares to “look for the [Civil Rights] movement” specifically within it’s American origins in the Deep South. Though it … Continue reading

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In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Civil Rights Then and Now Book Trailer

The newest nonfiction book from City Lights is Benjamin Hedin‘s In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Civil Rights Then and Now. In Search of the Movement trailer from The Blues House on Vimeo: In March of 1965, Martin … Continue reading

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