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|International Labor films presented by Reel Work Labor Film Festival|
|Date||Thursday April 20|
|Time||7:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
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|Resource Center for Nonviolence, 612 Ocean St, Santa Cruz|
|Organizer/Author||Reel Work Labor Film Festival|
Thursday, April 20
7 pm • Resource Center for Nonviolence, 612 Ocean St, Santa Cruz
International Labor Films
THE COST OF GOLD
(Chuck Fadely & Debbie M Price, 2012, 14 min, Philippines)
Documentary about the humanitarian costs of gold mining in the Philippines, which often uses child labor and involves very unsafe working conditions.
SLAVERY AT SEA
(The Guardian, 2015, 14 min, Thailand)
A Guardian investigation has linked Thailand's fishing industry with the vast transnational trafficking syndicates profiting from the misery of some of the most persecuted people on Earth.
FRUITS OF THEIR LABOUR
(Amnesty International, 2016, 13 min, Indonesia)
Big brand names are selling food, cosmetics and other everyday staples containing palm oil tainted by shocking human rights abuses in Indonesia, with children as young as eight working in hazardous conditions.
SOMETHING IN THE WATER
(Leo David Hyde, 2016, 16 min, Greece)
The fight against water privatization by Greek unions in the city of Thessaloniki.
Speaker: Angie Ngoc Tran, Ph.D., Professor, Political Economy, CSUMB
Event Sponsor: United Nations Association