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Tuesday, July 23, 2013 - 7:00 pm | Cost: FREE
518 Valencia | 518 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA



2013 LaborFest | July 2-31

Slave Labor, Free Labor & Working People Today | SFLaborFest is an annual festival celebrating the history and culture of working people through film, art, lectures, and exhibits all over the Bay Area from July 2-31, 2013.

The festival commemorates the anniversary of 1934′s “Bloody Thursday” when two workers were shot and killed in San Francisco for supporting the longshoremen and maritime workers strike. The incident brought about the San Francisco General Strike.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Slave Labor, Free Labor & Working People Today | 2013 LaborFest | July 2-31

Slave Labor, Free Labor & Working People Today | SF2013 is the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln.

Carol Lang, CUNY Lecturer, will discuss the links with the fight against slave labor 150 years ago and the meaning for today for workers in the US and around the world.


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Cost: FREE

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