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(nl) Anarchistische Groep Amsterdam AGA: movie night - Matewan

Date Tue, 23 Feb 2016 16:52:51 +0200


Compañeros! ---- Coming Saturday evening the AGA will be playing a movie in the library from 7-ish. Join us! ---- The movie we're showing is the American masterpiece Matewan (1987): ---- Mingo County, West Virginia, 1920. Coal miners, struggling to form a union, are up against company operators and the gun thugs of the notorious Baldwin-Felts detective agency. Black and Italian miners, brought in by the company to break the strike, are caught between the two forces. UMWA organizer and dual-card Wobbly Joe Kenehan determines to bring the local, Black, and Italian groups together. While Kenehan and his story are fictional, the setting and the dramatic climax are historical; Sid Hatfield, Cabell C. Testerman, C. E. Lively and the Felts brothers were real-life participants, and 'Few Clothes' is based on a character active several years previously.

[Helaas heeft deze film geen ondertiteling! Unfortunately no subtitels!]

The library is open from 2 o'clock, We'll be serving lentilsoup, bread and gluten free olives from 6.

See you Saturday!

Anarchistische Groep Amsterdam
postbus 16521, 1001 RA Amsterdam

stuur een email naar aga@agamsterdam.org
om je te abonneren op onze maillijst en
nieuws van de AGA te ontvangen.

bezoekadres: Anarchistische Bibliotheek
iedere zaterdag van 14:00-18:00
Eerste Schinkelstraat 14-16 Amsterdam

lezen: Directe Actie
onregelmatig verschijnend gratis blad van de AGA
webstek:www.agamsterdam.org
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