Workers of the World Unite —
On May Day at the Black Dog!
Join us May 1st at 6:30 p.m. at the Black Dog Café for a spirited and
informative celebration of the 120th anniversary adoption of May Day
as the official holiday of the International Labor Movement. Stories,
poems, songs, video, art work, and presentations about the ongoing
struggle for economic and social justice featuring: Spoken word by
Anya Achtenberg, Ed Bok Lee, Kyle Chase, Diane Jarvi, and
Rich Broderick. Music by The Fantastic Merlins and Diane Jarvi.
Presentations by Dr. Stephan Peter, faculty member in political sci-
ence at Anoka-Ramsey Community College and long-time May Day
participant, and Members of the Minnesota chapter of the
I.W.W. on the attempted suppression of the Wobblies in the early
20th century and the movement’s current progress. Plus continuous
video feeds of May Day celebrations in Paris, Berlin and elsewhere.
The Red & The Black, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., the Black Dog Café,
308 Prince St., (across from the St. Paul Farmer’s Market), St.
Paul. Free Admission. On-street parking available, and off-
street parking behind the café, $1 for the evening.
Call 651.228.9274 for further information.