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Henry Rollins

Journalist, Activist

The keynotes by Henry Rollins focus on education, and the potential of learning. Henry is a former frontman for Black Flag, and he works as a journalist and activist to make the United States a better place.

Henry Rollins attended the American University in Washington, D.C, and he was the lead singer for the 1980s band Black Flag. In the 1990s he was featured on TV with the Rollins Band, and he was the host of Henry's Film Corner, and The Henry Rollins Show. In 2004, he began hosting the radio show 'Harmony in My Head,' and he is the author of several books including the Black Coffee Blues trilogy. He has become a human rights activist, he has toured with the United Service Organizations and he joined the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America.

The keynotes by Henry Rollins describe the power that lies in reinventing education, and he believes this holds the key to revitalizing democracy in America. Henry believes that schools need to teach students how to learn so they have a thirst for knowledge, and can have intellectual confidence to make the right decisions.

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