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Community Rental: We Who Work – Reel Work Short Films





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Reel Work presents cultural events, bringing together award-winning documentary film producers, workers, activists, students, and the public with the goal of increasing community awareness of the central role of work in our lives, to discuss economic and global justice issues, and to bring alive the history and culture of the labor movement in the US and abroad. We highlight how workers and community members band together in united effort for mutual benefit to achieve justice and dignity in the streets, fields, and workshops.

Film: ¡Sí, Se Puede! (Eddie Wong, 1987, 41min, Watsonville)
30th anniversary of immigrant women workers taking charge of their union in 18 month strike. Unfinished rough cut of film produced for the Cannery Workers Organizing Project.

Film: Fare Share (Adrienne von Wolffersdorff, 2016, 30min, USA)
Uber and Lyft drivers reveal the complexities of Seattle’s burgeoning ride-share industry and the challenge of protecting workers’ rights while the nature of work is rapidly changing.

Speaker: Eddie Wong, filmmaker

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