'Salt of the Earth' Guest List
Each semester the Higgins Labor Program partners with the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center to screen a feature film that confronts connections between work and lived experience, identity, politics, and/or social justice.

Pleas join us for Salt of the Earth, the most notorious blacklisted movie in American history. The film's production and topic are both noteworthy: it was made by a film crew blacklisted in Hollywood, it starred actual Latino miners and their families as actors, and it engaged in questions not only about unions and worker rights but women's rights in the household. Released in 1954, this Cold War labor classic provides a fascinating counterpart to On the Waterfront (the Oscar winner that year).

Complete the form below to join the "Friends of Higgins Guest List" and secure a ticket for you and yours. And come a bit early to access your complimentary snack and/or soft drink courtesy of the Higgins Labor Program.

Stay tuned for more details -- we are organizing a post-film panel discussion ...

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