Remembering Sparrows Point

Remembering Sparrows Point

Event Type: film, video & digital media workshops, local interest, documentary

Thu Apr 10 7:30pm

Overview

Overview Remembering Sparrows Point

Join us for two film screenings and a discussion exploring the importance of the Sparrows Point Steel Mill. Recently closed, the Sparrows Point Steel Mill helped to shape the lives of hundreds of thousands of steelworkers and associated personnel for over 125 years. To keep its memory alive, Creative Alliance will screen Mill Stories and Life After Steel, present a reading by Deborah Rudacille, author of Roots of Steel: Boom and Bust in an American Mill Town, and engage the audience in a discussion with former Sparrows Point workers. 7:30pm FREE

Introductions provided by Marc Steiner
Mill Stories - Bill Shewbridge and Michelle Stefano, UMBC
Life After Steel - Eric Kruszewski
Roots of Steel, a reading by Deborah Rudacille, UMBC
Discussion moderated by Bill Barry [former Director of Labor Studies, CCBC Dundalk]  

This event is sponsored by the BreakingGround initiative at UMBC.

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