may, 2018

14may7:00 pm8:30 amIt Can’t Happen Here: Play Reading and Discussion

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Event Details

In this 1936 play read by local actors, a small-town news editor struggles with the election of a fascist demagogue to the U.S. presidency. The play is an adaptation of Sinclair Lewis’ bestselling novel of the same name.

In this play read by local actors, a small-town news editor struggles with the election of a fascist demagogue to the U.S. presidency.

ABOUT THE SERIES

The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library celebrates labor history month with four weeks of programs focused on worker rights. Events range from lectures and discussions to a play reading – all asking us to question what we know of labor history and workers’ efforts to organize, seek respect, and confront issues of safety and discrimination over the last century.

All programs are FREE and open to the public.
Visit www.thefriends.org/untoldstories to learn more and see the full series.

Time

(Monday) 7:00 pm - 8:30 am

Location

Arlington Hills Library

1200 Payne Ave, St Paul, MN 55130

Organizer

The Friends of the Saint Paul Library

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