A conversation with Ralph Nader at Scripps College

Since the publication in 1965 of his bestselling critique of the car industry, Unsafe at Any Speed, Ralph Nader, activist, lawyer and sometime politician has been agitating for causes near and dear to the progressive American agenda for the past 50 years.

Mr. Nader will make an appearance in Claremont on Tuesday, February 21 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Garrison Theater, 241 E. Tenth St.

In the wake of an election season that has illuminated striking divisions within the American populace and prompted immense public reflection on what we believe to be our fundamental rights and freedoms, Mr. Nader will reflect on his passions and life’s work as an activist now working in Trump’s America.

Mr. Nader was named one of the hundred most influential figures in American history by The Atlantic, and as one of the most influential Americans of the 20th century by Time and Life magazines. Mr. Nader’s recent books include Unstoppable, The Good Fight and the bestseller Seventeen Traditions.

For tickets, which are free and open to the public, visit scrippscollege.edu/events.


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