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Welcome to the Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn trust

The Trust was founded in 1980 by Norman Melburn and named for
his friend and fellow Marxist, the lawyer Barry Amiel.
Both men are now commemorated in the name of the Trust,
following Norman Melburn's death in 1991.

The general objectives of the Trust are to advance public education,
learning and knowledge in all aspects of the philosophy of Marxism,
the history of socialism, and the working- class movement.

The Trust as well as initiating activity or research in pursuit of these objects,
is open to applications for funding.
The Trust will give financial assistance to bodies or individuals
for projects which the Trust considers fall within the scope of the Trust's remit.

Barry Amiel & Norman Melburn Trust Lecture 2015
Kathy Boudin
Criminal injustice:
Mass incarceration and the US prison nation

Unfortunately the lecture is postponed indefinitely, as Kathy Boudin is no longer able to travel in May due to a health issue. We hope that the event will take place later in the year, so please add your name to the Eventbrite waitlist if you would like to hear the details when they are available

annual lecture
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