Freedom Project Symposium on the FBI and Individual Freedom, Thursday, March 21


Watch the Freedom Project Symposium


The next Freedom Project event will be Challenging Freedom: The FBI, U.S.Intelligence Services and Individual Freedoms in Modern America, a symposium featuring former MU students and their mentor, Athan Theoharis. It begins at 4:30 in the Beaumier Suites, BC, of the Raynor Library. The panelists are:

Dr. Athan Theoharis

Professor emeritus at Marquette University and author of The FBI and American Democracy: A Brief Critical History and Chasing Spies

Dr. Kenneth O’Reilly, Grad ’81

Professor emeritus at the University of Alaska Anchorage and instructor at Milwaukee Area Technical College; author of Racial Matters: The FBI’s Secret File on Black America — a New York Times “Notable Book of the Year” — and Holy Cow 2000: The strange election of George W. Bush

Dr. Robert Donnelly

Associate professor at Gonzaga University and author of Dark Rose: Organized Crime and Corruption in Portland, Oregon

Dr. Aaron Stockham

Teacher at Waterford School in Salt Lake City; author of the dissertation Lack of Oversight: The Relationship Between the FBI and the United States Congress, 1907-1975





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