Happy Mother’s Day to all our New York City friends. As you celebrate all the powerful women and mothers in your life, take a minute to become a supporter of Waging Nonviolence — and receive a free ticket to an early preview screening of Robin Blotnick and Rachel Lears’ documentary The Hand That Feeds.
This 20-minute selection of scenes from their film about the Laundry Workers Center’s Hot and Crusty restaurant campaign dramatizes the possibilities that result when labor organizing combines with grassroots, direct-action movements. They’re hosting a special screening on May 17 at the Workers Unite! Film Festival, and we’ve got tickets for the first 10 people who become members of Waging Nonviolence—starting at as little as $2 a month!
The Hand that Feeds
May 17 at the Brecht Forum
Your tickets will provide you access to the 10 films showing at the Workers Unite Film Festival on May 17, so check out the full schedule for details. We’re looking forward to seeing you at the screening — get your free tickets today!
Watch a video trailer of The Hand that Feeds:
How movements settle the debate on whether to engage with political parties from the inside or outside will have a profound impact on their effectiveness.
The so-called ‘world’s friendliest people’ are finding power in vulgarity as they protest the brutal torture of a novelist for ridiculing the dictator’s son.
Activists throughout history have put social movement work on hold for the electoral arena. Determining whether to do so is a matter of strategy and calling.