FILMS: In Honor of Women’s History Month
March 24th (6pm ET) through March 31st (11:45pm).
Enjoy free on-demand screenings in honor of Women’s History Month

CLICK HERE to reserve your free ticket.

Features: Anchor Point (89m): Wildland women firefighters battling more than fires.
La Lucha Sigue (66m): In Honduras, the Lenca and Garífuna land defenders are not backing down, including the daughter of activist Berta Cáceres.

Shorts: Spread Thin (19m): The legal fight against pregnancy discrimination has left one woman spread thin.
Aparecides (16m): A young lounge singer reacts to a popular uprising in Chile.
Long Haulers (14m): A documentary that gives agency, voice, and perspective into the world of a female trucker in the U.S.
Berta Didn’t Die, She Multiplied! (29m): Berta Cáceres’ death has not silenced the many land defenders fighting for justice, Indigenous Sovereignty, and the planet.

Organized by the Global Labor Film Festival Network; hosted by Workers Unite Film Festival (NYC).
Co-sponsored by: CLUW-Coalition of Labor Union Women (D.C.), DC Labor FilmFest (Washington, DC), Labor Heritage Foundation (Washington, DC), Rochester Labor Film Series (Rochester, NY), Socialist Labor Party Hall (Barre, Vermont), Reel Work Labor Film Festival (Santa Cruz, Monterey & Santa Clara, CA)

March 29: FILM: American Hospitals: Healing a Broken System
Wednesday, March 29 · 7 – 10pm EDT
Landmark’s E Street Cinema 555 11th Street Northwest Washington, DC 20004
FREE but you must register

On Wednesday, March 29th, join leading health care reform advocates for the D.C. premiere of a provocative look at the profit-driven practices that are hurting patients, providers and communities: AMERICAN HOSPITALS – HEALING A BROKEN SYSTEM.

The premiere of this eye-opening documentary will be followed by a panel discussion featuring experts and activists who are working to change this system.

Please click here now to sponsor the 2023 DC LaborFest! And stay tuned for details on the 2023 line-up…

Benefactor (Mother Jones) $10,000: 20 tickets to LHF Solidarity Award; 100 DC LaborFest passes (good at any DCLFF screening); sponsor listing; recognition at Awards, DCLFF, DC Labor Chorus Concert

Patron (John Handcox) $5,000: 10 tickets to LHF Solidarity Awards; 75 DC LaborFest passes; sponsor listing; recognition at Awards, DCLFF, DC Labor Chorus Concert

Supporter (Pete Seeger) $2,500: 5 tickets to LHF Solidarity Awards; 50 DC LaborFest passes; sponsor listing

Director’s Circle (Tony Mazzocchi) $1,000: 2 tickets to LHF Solidarity Awards; 25 DC LaborFest passes; sponsor listing

Friend (Joe Glazer) $500: 1 ticket to LHF Solidarity Awards; 10 DC LaborFest passes

Rank-and-File: Donation in the amount of $ in support of the cultural work of the Labor Heritage Foundation.