THIRD ANNUAL LABOR HISTORY THROUGH FILM
Do you like to watch films?
You are in for a big treat on Saturday, March 24.
Come to the North Hall Room 233, UW Marathon County, 518 South 7th Ave in Wausau, Wisconsin.
Registration is 8:30 – 9 a.m.
Films will be shown from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
This is the third annual Labor History Event, sponsored by Marathon County Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, IBEW Local 388 and School for Workers of the Education for Workplace Democracy.
Lunch will be provided by the Northeast Wisconsin Building and Construction Trades Council.
RSVP is appreciated by March 14 to email@example.com
FILMS TO BE SHOWN INCLUDE:
THE BAYFIELD MASSACRE,
FIST FULL OF LIGHTENING,
MOTHER JONES, AMERICA’S MOST DANGEROUS WOMAN,
WITH BABIES AND BANNERS,
AT THE RIVER I STAND,
REQUIEM FOR THE AMERICAN DREAM,
GLOBAL VILLAGE OF GLOBAL PILLAGE.
Discussions between films will be led by David Nack (Professor in the UW School for Workers) and Brett Barker, Professor History, UW Marathon County.
This promises to be a great event. Please plan to attend.