Tuesday, November 11
Want to know “How to Start a Revolution”? You’re in luck, because that’s the title of the talk Afghani author Jamila Raqib is giving today at Bates College’s Chase Hall, at 4:15 p.m., and at Curtis Library (23 Pleasant St., Brunswick), at 7 p.m. Raqib, executive director of the Boston-based Albert Einstein Institution, will discuss the anatomy of nonviolent, “people-power” movements to bring democracy to dictatorships. Free. 525-7776.