Jody Armour and Allyssa Richardson on “Set the Night on Fire” and “L.A. Protest, Past and Present”

“L.A. Protest Past & Present: From the Watts Rebellion to the Black Lives Matter Movement Today”, hosted by the USC Annenberg Center. With Law School prof Jody Armour, Annenberg school faculty Allyssa Richardson, discussing “Set the Night on Fire: L..A. in the Sixties” with Mike Davis and me, and a special appearance by Norman Lear. Attendees will be able to buy the books at 50% off from Verso Books. You can RSVP HERE.

Verso Books and the LA Review of Books: Mike Davis, Jon Wiener and Tom Lutz talk about “Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the Sixties”

Virtual book launch: Tuesday, April 14, 2020: WATCH HERE
Please join us for the virtual book launch of Mike Davis and Jon Wiener’s new book, Set the Night on Fire: L.A. in the Sixties. Joining Davis and Wiener in conversation is Tom Lutz, founder and editor-in-chief of Los Angeles Review of Books and author, most recently, of Born Slippy. They will discuss Set the Night on Fire and its many resonances for urban communities today, the recent effects of COVID-19 on Los Angeles, and take live questions from the audience.
Sponsored by Verso Books, Los Angeles Review of Books, and The Democratic Socialists of America Los Angeles.