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Delaware Laborers’ kick off “First Annual Labor in Film Series” with free showing of Roger & Me

05.18.09

We would like to extend an invitation to you and your fellow union members. Please share this invitation with all our union brothers and sisters. Of course, not-yet unionized workers are welcome to attend.

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The Laborers” International Union of North America and LIUNA Political Leaque of Delaware are presenting a free screening of the award-winning documentary by Michael Moore Roger And Me on Thursday, May 21 at the Theatre N at Nemours (11th & Tatnall Streets, Wilmington, Delaware). This is first film in the First Annual Labor in Film Series. Showtime begins at 7pm.

Before the film begins, there will be a speaker. Sam Lathem, President of the Delaware State AFL-CIO will be introducing the film series. He will briefly address topics related to the role of labor unions, the labor movement and the auto industry in Delaware.

Roger and Me is Michael Moore’s award-winning first film about his hometown Flint, Michigan, and the impact that the GM plant downsizing had on the town. “Roger” is GM CEO Roger White, who Moore is trying to interview during the entire filming.

Additional details about this film are available at http://theatren.org/Films/2009/May/Roger-and-Me .

While his screening is free, we will have Fat Rick’s All-You-Can-Eat BBQ available at a very reasonable cost, which you must order in advance (so he’ll have enough food!). Doors open for the food and speeches at 6pm.

The discounted meal ticket price for “Laborers Union (LIUNA) Members is $5.00.

The $10.00 meal ticket price is for “non-LIUNA members”.

Click on applicable meal ticket price on the right side of this page http://theatren.org/Films/2009/May/Roger-and-Me to make meal reservations.

Upcoming films in the series include:

Thursday, September 10th: Unbought and Unbossed (Shirley Chisolm)

Thursday, November 5th: The Life and Times of Harvey Milk

Thursday, February 4, 2010: 10,000 Black Men Named George

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Any questions, please call Stephen Crockett @ 443-907-2367

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