D.C. Labor Film Fest: In Search of Solidarity

October 9, 2013

This year’s D.C. Labor Film Fest—Oct.11–17 at the American Film Institute Silver Theatre in Silver Spring, Md.—is taking place at a time when even a normally impervious establishment press has noticed that most Americans’ economic lives are in a long-term decline. There are just too many 20-somethings still living with their folks, too many young college grads working in jobs requiring no more than a high-school diploma, too many middle-aged workers dropping out of the labor force after failing to find employment, too many 60-somethings with insufficient savings to retire and way too many American workers with dim, if any, memories of getting a raise.

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