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Tuesday
01
MAY

Dolores Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion

18:00
20:30
The Valentine
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Join us for a screening of the 2017 PBS documentary "Dolores," followed by a panel discussion on labor justice in Virginia’s farmlands. This event is free and open to the public.

About Dolores:

Dolores Huerta is among the most important, yet largely unknown, activists in American history. A co-founder, along with César Chávez, of the United Farm Workers, Huerta led the fight for racial and labor justice. The self-titled documentary depicts Dolores Huerta’s life’s work.

Panelists:

José Baez, Legal Aid Justice Center Charlottesville

Margaret Hennessy, Legal Aid Justice Center Charlottesville

Phil Story, Legal Aid Justice Center Richmond