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"The Black Press: Soldiers without Swords"


This fascinating film chronicles the important role of Black community newspapers and their political and historic contribution to literacy under slavery, civil rights, and liberation struggles. Many of these papers were ahead of their times, too, for employing women as photographers, reporters and editors. Stick around for a post-video discussion on the role of radical journalists and news media today.


Saturday, November 7, 7:00pm


Bread & Roses Center
819 N. Killingsworth St., Portland
(1/2 block west of N. Albina; Tri-Met bus lines #72 and #4)

An $8.00 door donation ($4.00 for unemployed or striking workers) includes a one year subscription to the Freedom Socialist newspaper for you or a friend. Hearty snacks will be available at 6:00pm for a $5.00 donation.

Sponsor: 2009 Freedom Socialist Subscription Drive Support the Voice of Revolutionary Feminism!

For more information or childcare, call 503-240-4462 in advance, email fsp@igc.org, or visit www.socialism.com.

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