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In December of 1959, the powerful Port of New York Authority, announced plans to construct a huge 10,000 acre “jetport” 26 miles west of New York City in an area known as the Great Swamp. The events that followed became one of the most defining environmental confrontations of its time - a grassroots movement that started in a local high school and grew to historic proportions, a battle that took almost a decade, a President and an Act of Congress to stop. The one-hour documentary will be shown and a Q&A with the filmmaker will follow.

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Instructor : Scott Morris 

Tuition: $0.00

Schedule : Weekly - Tue 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM; starting 9/26/2017, ending 9/26/2017

Location : Montclair, MPL - Main Location : 
  Montclair, MPL - Main.

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Mexico has a rich literary heritage, with roots over the centuries from the Aztec and Mayan civilizations. Colorful history, political upheaval, and dramatic events of Mexico have also played a major role in the content and context covered by Mexican writers.  Mexico has produced a number of authors who have garnered a number of literary accolades, including one Nobel Prize in Literature.  This talk will discuss some of the works of these famous authors and the contributions they have made to modern literature.  

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Instructor : Willard Gingerich 

Tuition: $0.00

Schedule : Weekly - Thu 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM; starting 10/26/2017, ending 10/26/2017

Location : Montclair, MPL - Main Location : 
  Montclair, MPL - Main.

Materials Cost: $0.00



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