New Freeway Hall
5018 Rainier Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98118
(At S. Hudson St., four blocks
south of S. Alaska St.)
Directions via Public Transit
By bus take the #7 and get off at S.
By light rail get off at the Columbia
City station; then it’s a short walk east.
On street parking is usually available,
and if not, there is an inexpensive
public lot two blocks away on S.
Ferdinand St, just east of Rainier Ave. S.
Monday through Friday, 10am-8:00pm. Or call for an appointment!
New Freeway Hall is available for rent. Click here for more information!
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- Saturday, May 7, 7:00pm — Celebrate May Day with special film showing: Labor’s Turning Point
Saturday, May 7, 7:00pm
Celebrate May Day with special film showing: Labor’s Turning Point
“Labor’s Turning Point: The Minneapolis Truck Strikes of 1934.” This gripping documentary chronicles the strikes that set the stage for a massive upsurge that brought millions of unorganized workers into unions. Notable for their advance preparation and military tactics, these strikes succeeded with the support of non-union, unemployed and women workers. These inspiring labor battles offer concrete strategies for how to organize today.
Commentary by Steve Hoffman: Shop Steward, firebrand agitator and Executive Board Member of Washington Federation of State Employees 304*
Doors open at 6:30pm. Door donation sliding scale $3.00 - $5.00, students and strikers $1.00. Hearty snack plates and desserts with vegan options, $2.50 - $7.00.
The film will be shown at New Freeway Hall, address and travel information are above.
For information 206-722-2453 or FSPseattle@mindspring.com. To request childcare please call three days in advance.
*for identification only
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