Reservations Calendar

The Barre Labor Hall is proud to honor Black History Month by co-sponsoring the WORKERS UNITE! Film Festival’s free, virtual, on-demand screenings Feb 24th-28th.

Detroit 48202: Conversations Along A Postal Route — A veteran mailman provides an intimate glimpse of Detroiters’ resistance to boom and bust capitalism and structural racism.

Digging for Weldon Irvine — is a feature-length documentary about the life and influence of heralded writer, arranger, composer and pianist Weldon Irvine, Jr. and his influence on the Black Arts Movement of the 1970s, the evolution of hip-hop, and the development of some of the most well-known figures in jazz today.

Fireburn: The Documentary — Historians, cultural preservationists and artists come together to discuss the event known as the Fireburn – a bloody labor revolt that occurred on the island of St. Croix in 1878.

Dark Cell Harlem Farm explores the death by suffocation of eight Black men at a prison plantation in 1913.

Grinning Skull – Set in Los Angeles in 1946, Black and Latina female washroom attendants wrestle with the decision to unionize, bucking racism, sexism, and class discrimination at the Pacific Electric Railway subway terminal.

All films are available free and on-demand 6PM EST on February 24th through 11:45PM EST on February 28th, worldwide. Viewers only need to make a free Eventive login: s


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Note: calendar events marked with a 🍞 are being held in the Bakery building and the availability of the Old Labor Hall is not affected.  

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