Americans in Struggle Film Series
Thursday Nights at 6 PM
Refreshments starting at 5:30
Films on the Struggle for the Soul of America
Brief Discussions Follow
Community College of Philadelphia
Winnet Student Life Building Room S2-3
17th Street below Spring Garden
Pedro Albizu Campos, leader of the Puerto Rican independence movement.
September 8- Organizing in the Great Depression, The Bonus Army, Southern Tenant Organizing Committee, Steelworkers Organizing Committee- Workers winning and losing in great struggles during the 1930s.
September 22- I Am Boricua, Just So you Know- The History of Puerto Rico with Rosy Perez, as part of Hispanic Heritage Month.
October 6- 41st and Central, the Untold Story of the LA Black Panthers- The growth and repression of the Black Panther Party in California and America.
October 20- The Koch Brothers Exposed-How the billionaire brothers are trying to buy elections and fight progressive change in America
November 3- Fruitvale Station- Excellent Hollywood film on the real life story of a police killing of a black man- Black Lives Matter!
Sponsored by the Philadelphia Unemployment Project, Philadelphia AFL-CIO, SAG-AFTRA, APM, PhilaPOSH, AFSCME DC 47, Neighborhood Networks, Coalition of Labor Union Women. For more information call 215-557-0822.
Meet Charlotte. Working through our Jobs Club, she recently found employment as a Social Service Advocate helping to provide legal defense for low-income Philadelphians, and she couldn't be happier!