Jesse Hagopian

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Jesse Hagopian


Jesse Hagopian is a Washington State Education activist. He teaches high school history in the Seattle Public Schools, serving as an advisor for the Black Student Union, and is a founding member the Social Equality Educators (SEE) rank-and-file union organization. Hagopian coauthored the chapter, “Teachers Unions and Social Justice” in Education and Capitalism: Struggles for Learning and Liberation (Haymarket Books, 2012) and is a contributing author to 101 Changemakers (Haymarket Books, 2012).

He is a member of the International Socialist Organization.

Seattle DSA Town Hall

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Socialism 2018

Jesse Hagopian was a speaker at Socialism 2018, an annual socialist gathering sponsored by the International Socialist Organization held in Chicago, Illinois in July 2018.[1] Go to the main page of ISO Socialism Conference...

Spoke at Socialism 2016 Conference

Some of our Speakers at Socialism 2016 included:

Socialism 2010

Saturday, July 3, 4:00 pm

David Rapkin on Reclaiming Our Schools: The Fight For Real Education Reform (Culture and Resistance)
Jeffrey St. Clair on BP, Corporate Crime, and the Environment (Environment and Science)
Jessie Muldoon on Is Meat Murder? Nature and Humanity (Environment and Science)
Christine Darosa on Trans Rights Now! The History & Politics of Transgender Resistance (Gender and Sexuality)
Jesse Hagopian on Shock Doctrine: Imperialism and Resistance in Haiti (Imperialism and anti-Imperialism)

Socialism 2011

Panels at the International Socialist Organization's Socialism 2011 included Jesse Hagopian - The betrayal of Haiti. Chair: Edna B. (NYC).

Rethinking Schools

Editorial Board Members, 2016

References

  1. Socialism Conference 2018 Socialism Conference 2018 (accessed July 23 2018)