Labor History Through Film classes scheduled in Madison and Milwaukee

Labor History Through Film classes will be held in Madison the evenings of October 4 and 11, and in Milwaukee December 1. Films that will be screened include: (time permitting) The Bayview 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; and Global Village of Global Pillage. Between films, discussions will be led by David Nack, Professor, UW School for Workers.

The dates and locations are:

Thursday, October 4 & 11
Registration 5:00PM – 5:30PM
Screening 5:30 PM – 8:00PM

Anderson United Way Center
2059 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI 53704

RSVP appreciated by September 28
to: schoolforworkers@uwex.edu or
(608) 262-2112

Walk-ins Welcome

$20.00 per person, per class, pizza provided.

AND

Saturday, December 1
Registration 8:30AM – 9:00AM
Screening 9:00AM – 4:00PM

WFNHP Hall
9620 N Greenfield Avenue
West Allis, WI 53214

RSVP appreciated by November 26
to: schoolforworkers@uwex.edu or
(608) 262-2112

Walk-ins Welcome

$40.00 per person, pizza included

Find out more at: https://schoolforworkers.uwex.edu/wp-content/uploads/SFW-2018-Fall-mailer-tabloid-size_online.pdf.