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Keynote speaker Howard Zinn at HAW's first national conference
Howard Zinn died on January 27, 2010, of a heart attack while visiting in California. He was 87. Howard was a near-icon among anti-war historians, and HAW was proud to have him as a keynote speaker at our first national conference, in Austin, Texas in February 2006. We join his legion of friends and admirers worldwide who will miss his eloquent and principled voice.
- Daniel Ellsberg, A Memory of Howard (Truthdig)
- Alice Walker, Saying goodbye to my friend Howard Zinn (Boston Globe)
- Howard Zinn, historian who challenged status quo, dies at 87 (Boston Globe)
- Howard Zinn, author of 'People's History' and left-wing historian, dies at 87 in California (LA Times)
- Howard Zinn, Historian, Dies at 87 (New York Times)
- Bob Herbert, A Radical Treasure (New York Times)
- Howard Zinn (Democracy Now)
- Howard Zinn, anarchist historian dies at 87 (Sacco and Vanzetti Commemoration Society)
- Pillarisetti Sudhir, Howard Zinn, Paradigmatic People’s Historian, Dies at 87 (American Historian Society)
- and many more at http://www.howardzinn.org/
Memorials (Please email any memorials for this webpage to email@example.com)
- Arnold A. Offner, "Howard Zinn was a signal colleague of mine for twenty-three years at Boston University..."
- John J. Fitzgerald, "Thoughts on Howard Zinn..."
- Roger Leisner, "Radio Free Maine recordings..."
- William Loren Katz, "Of Howard Zinn and other heroes..."
- Kermit Eby, "Howard visited Naperville North twice..."
- Robert Howard Whealey, "I was inspired by Zinn's pacifism and courage in speaking out..."
- Henry Bolter, "I first met Howie and Roz when they were my tenants..."
- Edrene S. McKay, "Howard Zinn has inspired generations of students..."
- Armen Baghdoyan, "The revolutionary movement has lost an untiring activist and intellectual..."
- Davis Joyce, "Thank you for your life and your work..."
- Jeffrey Kerr-Ritchie, "I always appreciated his insistence on the radical nature of America's past..."
- Staughton Lynd, "The most remarkable thing about Howard as an academician was that he was always concerned to speak, not to other academicians, but to the general public..."
- Henry Maar, "A simple paper for a graduate seminar turned into so much more..."
- Cyrus Bina, "We have lost a towering figure of remarkable quality..."
- Rosalyn Baxandall, "Tennis game..."
- Scott Satterwhite, "Zinn changed my impression of academia..."
- Candace Falk, "A tribute from the Emma Goldman Papers..."
To add your own memories to this page, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.