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an extended session (as on a college campus) for lectures and discussion on an important and usually controversial issue

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The plan is to have teach-ins and rally programming before the crowd marches from the Washington Monument grounds to Union Square.
Teach-in leaders helped to expose the lack of a free and open debate on Vietnam in the halls of Congress.
In a book that grew out of teach-ins participated in by editors Gardner (history, Rutgers U.
Five hundred under-grads braved a snowstorm to show solidarity in a "Classrooms in the Streets" protest, attending outdoor teach-ins on labor issues rather than regular classes.
In addition to participation in the teach-ins, engineers will sponsor other student activities, such as lab tours, open houses in engineering offices, engineering fairs, and exhibits at schools and shopping malls.
This year's event at Georgetown came after 12 years of holding the teach-in during the annual School of the Americas Watch vigil in Fort Benning, Ga.
The event, held Saturday and yesterday at Forster's Farm, featured a wide assortment of food and vegetables, exhibits, teach-ins, poetry, music, dance and theater.
Nelson: "Why not hold a nationwide teach-in on the environment?
21, Ignatian Solidarity Network executive director Ann Magovern announced that the annual Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice, a major component of the weekend activity, would be moving next year to Washington, D.
The Focus the Nation teach-in sessions at Clark are open to the public.
The objects of Rubush's wrath are four left-wing faculty members at his alma mater, the University of North Carolina, who criticized US foreign policy at a teach-in shortly after the September 11 attacks.
While the Sunday afternoon mock funeral procession and rally--including tearful mourners, large puppets, lots of music and a drumming circle--remains the iconographic center of the event, the weekend has evolved into a gathering spot and extended teach-in for thousands of young people whose concerns range over a host of social justice issues.
William Spriggs, Executive Director of the National Urban League Institute for Opportunity and Equality will be a featured speaker at the Economic Justice Teach-In and James Lanier, Senior Resident Scholar for the National Urban League Institute for Opportunity and Equality will participate in the Criminal Justice Teach-In.
It suddenly occurred to me: Why not have a nationwide teach-in on the environment?