3rd Annual Global Labor Film Festival Showcases Workers

May 1, 2015

Workers’ lives on the silver screen are the focus of this year’s third annual Global Labor Film Festival. In true global solidarity, London viewers will watch the struggle for civil rights in the United States in “Selma,” while Washington viewers will see Welsh miners find solidarity with gay and lesbian supporters in “Pride.” And in New York, they’ll see Irish workers support South Africans struggling against apartheid in “Blood Fruit.”

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