By the time you wake up today, we all will have forgotten who won for Best Supporting Actor. As part of Black History Month, the Freedom Socialist Party presents a screening of At the River I Stand, a film that “highlights the struggle of low-paid black sanitation workers in Memphis, Tennessee, whose battle 40 years ago for union representation and an end to racist treatment on the job transformed a local labor dispute into a pivotal point in the civil rights and labor movements.”
Mon., Feb. 25, 7:30 p.m., 2008

LA Weekly