Rhyming Among the Spindles

This Friday night from 7-9pm stop by the Monarch Lofts at 210 Merrimack St in Lawrence for a poetry jam on the themes of the Bread & Roses Strike. The event is sponsored by the Bread & Roses Centennial Committee, the Monarch Lofts, and the Robert Frost Foundation.

Letter to Editor about labor day in lawrence in the Eagle Tribune

This letter was written by the President of the Lawrence Teacher's Union, Frank McLoughlin on labor day and the state of the city of Lawrence. All we need are bread and roses indeed! 

http://m.eagletribune.com/eagletrib/db_/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=XF...

The Weaver's Revolt, Silesia 1844

 

Gain a perspective on the Centennial by reading about the preceding history: for example, the background of some of the German weavers who entered the Lawrence worsted industry (starting in the 1850s).

The Weavers' Revolt, Silesia 1844

2011 Bread & Roses Heritage Festival a Success!

On labor day thousands of people assembled on the North Common in Lawrence, MA to celebrate labor day the way it was intended to be celebrated. Families and working people enjoyed music and dance from renowned artists, art and ideas from artists and social justice groups, and delicious food from a variety of ethnic vendors. It was truly and festival for working people, their history and future. 

Bread & Roses Centennial Committee Meeting 9/7/11

The Bread & Roses Centennial Committee will be having its monthly meeting tonight, Wednesday September 7th from 6-8pm at the Lawrence Heritage State Park at 1 Jackson St., Lawrence, MA.

In addition to updates and news from various member groups we will be focusing considerable attention on the planning of the September 23rd Poetry Jam, the October 23rd Fundraising Concert, and the Academic Symposium. 

Support from Ken Loach and Paul Laverty

Bread & Roses Featured in Eagle Tribune

The Bread & Roses Centennial Committee was recently featured in the Eagle Tribune on August 2nd. You can read the article written by Yadira Betances with photos by Mary Schwalm by clicking here

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