Mar 9 | Labor History Through Film

Sat, Mar 9 | 9:30 am – 3:30 pm | at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, College of Professional Studies, Room 116

A screening of labor movement films with discussion led by School for Workers Professor David Nack. Films to be screened include:

  • Fist Full of Lightning
  • Mother Jones, America’s Most Dangerous Woman
  • A Job at Ford’s
  • At the River I Stand
  • Divided We Fall (Wisconsin Uprising-2011 excerpted)
  • Global Village of Global Pillage
  • Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Prices (excerpted)

Walk-ins are welcome but RSVPs appreciated by Mar 4 to This event is free and open to the pubic, sponsored by:

  • IBEW Local 388
  • Marathon County Central Labor Council
  • Portage County Central Labor Council
  • SPARC, AFT-Wisconsin
  • Teamsters Local 662
  • UA Local 434
  • UW-Madison, School for Workers

Lunch will be provided by the Northeast Wisconsin Building and Construction Trades Council.