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Woody Guthrie’s Birthday & Homestead Strike : The River Ran Red (58 min.) 2012

July 13 @ 7:00 pm

Free

Join labor musician Jimmy Kelly in commemorating the life and songs of Woody Guthrie and his birthday. Guthrie, a people and worker’s musician, traveled coast-to-coast singing about striking workers and people in struggle.

The River Ran Red (58 min.) 2012
By Steffi domike & Nicole fauteux

Also, this year is the 125th anniversary of the Homestead Strike, and there will be a screening of The River Ran Red about the 1872 Homestead Steel Works strike in Pennsylvania. Andrew Carnegie and the other owners of the steel mill brought in Pinkerton gun thugs to break the strike and the union. This struggle was a lesson on how the robber barons treated their workers and kept their power.

(Please check the detail of the film The River Ran Red on July 24 calender).

Details

Date:
July 13
Time:
7:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Location

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall
1924 Cedar St.
Berkeley, CA United States
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