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In 1938, Emma Tenayuca led 10,000 pecan sheller's in a massive strike. In 1987, black women led a march of 3,000 through the streets of Nacogdoches. Experimental and contemporary, this documentary recovers stories of working people in Texas and demonstrates the power of labor and liberation.

Filmmaker Anne Lewis will engage in a Q&A after the screening.

In 1938, Emma Tenayuca led 10,000 pecan sheller's in a massive strike. In 1987, black women led a march of 3,000 through the streets of Nacogdoches. Experimental and contemporary, this documentary recovers stories of working people in Texas and demonstrates the power of labor and liberation.

Filmmaker Anne Lewis will engage in a Q&A after the screening.

In 1938, Emma Tenayuca led 10,000 pecan sheller's in a massive strike. In 1987, black women led a march of 3,000 through the streets of Nacogdoches. Experimental and contemporary, this documentary recovers stories of working people in Texas and demonstrates the power of labor and liberation.

Filmmaker Anne Lewis will engage in a Q&A after the screening.

WHEN

WHERE

Violet Crown Cinema
434 W. 2nd St.
Austin, TX 78701
https://www.facebook.com/events/445144485963967/?event_time_id=445144492630633

TICKET INFO

$9-$11
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