Directed by Travis Wilkerson. The mysterious lynching of labor organizer Frank Little in Butte, Montana, in 1917 is the springboard for a longer look at the rise and fall of this western mining town during the 20th century (USA, 2002, 53 min.). Preceded at 7:00 by Madeline Anderson’s 30-min documentary I Am Somebody (USA, 1970), in which black female hospital workers on strike in 1969 Charleston, SC, face off against the state government and the National Guard. Screening co-sponsored by the United Labor Agency and the North Shore Federation of Labor.
Admission $10, CMA members and card-carrying union members $7