followed by Q&A with the Director over Skype
6:00pm - 8:00pm
"Directed by Victor’s grandson Sasha Reuther and narrated by Martin Sheen, Brothers On The Line follows the brothers from their rise as shop-floor organizers in 1930s Detroit to leaders in collective bargaining, civil rights, and international labor solidarity. It combines rare UAW archive footage, personal photos, oral histories, and original HD interviews with a broad spectrum of labor, civil rights and political personalities. A timely tale of one family's quest to compel American democracy to live up to its promise of equality, Brothers On The Line is a dramatic blueprint of successful social action." Director, Sasha Reuher will take part in a Q&A via Skype after the screening! Bread & Roses is a monthly Busboys and Poets labor series that features a variety of events focused on workers and organized labor. Screenings are free and open to all.
Busboys and Poets
5th & K St, NW
Metro: Mt Vernon Sq - Convention Center or Gallery Pl, closest by bus, take the Circulator bus, Union Station - Georgetown line, from Farragut Sq along K St or anywhere on it's route.