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People’s History of the Greensboro Massacre at the LPC (english)
by Lucy Parsons Center
Email: lucyparsons (nospam) tao.ca
Phone: (617) 267-6272
Address: 549 Columbus Ave., Boston, MA 02118
16 Oct 2002
Love and Revolution: A Political Memoir People’s History of the Greensboro Massacre, Its Setting and Aftermath...
Saturday, November 2nd, 6pm
Love and Revolution: A Political Memoir
People’s History of the Greensboro Massacre, Its Setting and Aftermath
By Signe Waller
The author, Signe Waller, was a witness
to the Greensboro Massacre, as well
as a member of the Communist Worker’s Party,
dedicated civil rights activist and labor
organizer. She will be speaking at the
Lucy Parsons Center as part of the book
tour. She will discuss the significance of
anti-fascist work, the political importance of
the Greensboro Massacre, and its aftermath.
Saturday, November 2nd, 2002
Lucy Parsons Center Bookstore
549 Columbus Ave.
Boston MA 02118
"What happened in Greensboro on November 3, 1979 goes beyond personal
tragedy. It is part of our political history, especially of a rarely taught people’s history, one that aims at democratizing society, insuring civil rights, and realizing social and economic equality."