WE ARE WISCONSIN documentary to be shown at the McLaughlin Auditorium of Oshawa Public Libraries sponsored by CUPE Local 960
Contact person: Tiffany Balducci
“This film will be the record people will refer to a hundred years from now when they study this era of greed,” said Oscar and Emmy- winner filmmaker Michael Moore. The film Moore references is WE ARE WISCONSIN. WE ARE WISCONSIN, directed by Wisconsin native Amie Williams, follows the day to day unfolding of the public outcry against Governor Walker’s bill, and lets ordinary people on the ground tell the story. The film does not rely on pundits, experts, labor leaders and media, but instead presents the Wisconsin story through the powerful voice of ordinary citizens. WE ARE WISCONSIN is an inspiring testament to the power of citizen activism and our movement.
3-11-13 is second-year anniversary of the passage of Wisconsin Act 10, Governor Scott Walker's anti-worker legislation. If this can happen in Wisconsin and Michigan, Ontario is surely next. We have to make sure this does not happen.
Huge raffle prizes will be announced. We may be partnering with other locals. Stay tuned for more info!
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