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American Prospect columnist HAROLD MEYERSON on the future of labor movement after Janus.
Congressman DAVID BONIOR on his new book “Whip: Leading the Progressive Battle During the Rise of the Right.”
Washington Teacher's Union president Liz Davis on the People's Day of Action and Teach-In this Saturday.
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Thanks also to Dave Levinson and Wendy Kahn, DC-area lawyers who are contributing as well; an anonymous but very generous supporter ($750!), not only of this show, but several others. And Bernard Robinson of Fort Washington, MD; a members of Teamsters Local 96 at Washington Gas, who gave $240 and came to Chris' birthday paella party last Sunday.
“We Shall Overcome”
From “Soundtrack for a Revolution,” screening free in this month’s Bread and Roses series!
Tuesday, February 27, 6p at the Shirlington Busboys and Poets.
Free; click here to RSVP.
The freedom songs evolved from slave chants, from the labor movement, and especially from the black church. The music enabled blacks to sing words they could not say, and it was crucial in helping the protesters as they faced down brutal aggression with dignity and non-violence.
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