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Radical Films Series-Benefit for POWER
Date Tuesday June 29
Time 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Location Details
El Rio Bar
3158 Mission St. @ Cesar Chavez, SF
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorHeads Up Collective
ANNOUNCING:
Televising the Revolution
a Radical Film Series at

El Rio Bar
3158 Mission St. @ Cesar Chavez, SF
(415) 282-3325 http://www.elriosf.com
21 & over, movies on the patio weather permitting

Please join us for summer Tuesdays of radical films, discussions, and support local organizing while we're at it! Each film will benefit a different local organization, but donations are appreciated, not required.

** Finally Got the News
Tuesday, June 29th 8pm
Out of the ashes of Detroit's Great Rebellion of 1968 came the
Revolutionary Union Movements at the Dodge (DRUM), Ford (FRUM), and Eldon (ELRUM) plants. Workers shut down factories to fight discrimination, speedups and unsafe conditions so horrible that more people were maimed or killed in Detroit auto factories than in Vietnam. These RUMs coalesced into the League of Revolutionary Black
Workers.

All contributions will go to the People Organized to Win Employment Rights (POWER). http://www.unite-to-fight.org

POWER is an organization made up of and led by no- and low-wage workers fighting for real change. We have united to fight against the people who defend the economic and social systems that are keeping us down. As an organization of largely women and people of color, POWER connects its struggle with the struggle of other working people around the world who make up the backbone of the global economy.
Added to the calendar on Tuesday Jun 29th, 2004 3:53 PM
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