Multimedia labor history show featuring acclaimed musicians Charlie King and Candace Cassin. Co-sponsors include FCCPR, the UMass History Department, the Hampshire-Franklin Labor Council, UAW Local 2322, the UMass Labor Center, the Massachusetts Society of Professors and some generous individuals.
Join us in supporting one of our members who is running for Greenfield School Committee!
Rotten Tomatoes describes the film as “an expansive, rib-tickling, and subversive comedy in which Moore, playing the role of ‘invader,’ visits a host of nations to learn how the U.S. could improve its own prospects”, looking at worker benefits, school lunches, early education, college education, worker inclusion, decriminalized drugs, low recidivism, women’s health care, and women’s inclusion and leadership role in society.
Here’s your chance to have your voice heard at an important hearing in Boston on Sept. 19 where we will push to accelerate the Renewable Portfolio Standard so that we can reach 50% Clean Energy in Massachusetts by 2030. Letters written on the 18th will be delivered at the hearing in Boston the next day.
Join us to discuss plans for the next several months.
Come by anytime. We’ll have chess, Scrabble, cards, Twister, Mancala, Stratego and more. You’re welcome to bring others. Kids welcome (with their parents). If you want to go in on a collective dinner order, contact Ferd Wulkan.