Join us for a multimedia journey of audio-visual material produced through struggles from the early 20th century and the present. We will look at how film and photography became an indispensable and important means of propaganda in class struggle. Starting with the Film and Photography League (1923-1939), we will make an excursion in to visual form and politics, propaganda and dissent, ending with how Cleaners and Allied Independent Workers Union (CAIWU) make their struggles visible in novel ways in London today.
Rosemary Grennan works at May Day Rooms.
Matthew Gonzalez-Noda is a photographer and works at MayDay Rooms.
Alberto Durango is an organiser from the Cleaners and Allied Independent Workers Union (CAIWU)