Lillian Walker Shelton, author of “Emilia’s Song,” a just-released sci-fi novel that inter-weaves workers’ rights, fair wages, and feminism;
Tiffany Flowers, Organizing Director, UFCW 400: Reflections, as a labor activist, on the lessons of the Black Panthers movement (she co-led discussion at Wednesday night’s labor screening of the film “The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution”), especially related to today’s Black Lives Matter movement;
Erica Ginsberg, Co-Director “Creative Feds,” a film-in-progress about what federal workers do on their time off, especially in light of another possible gov’t shutdown on October 1.
Lance Kramer, producer, "City of Trees," which tells the intimate story of one community’s fight for equal access to good jobs and safe parks in our nation’s capital.
Patti Absher, Co-chair & director of the 2015 Greater Washington Immigration FilmFest.