Lettuce~Wars

Sunday, June 23rd
Lettuce Wars: Ten Years of Work and Struggle in the Fields of California

Lettuce~WarsSunday, June 23, at 2 pm, Bruce Neuburger will present his book, just published by Monthly Review Press, that details his immersion in the life most of us have only viewed through the windows of our cars as we hurtle along through the agricultural heartland of California.  Bruce was and remains a committed radical politically, and worked long and hard in the fields, a milieu occupied predominantly by people who by virtue of the color of their skin are consigned to the work.  The book has been praised for the vividness of the writing, for the humanity of the writer, and for the scope of its observation.

1 Comment

  1. Andrew Marshall on June 21, 2013 at 5:15 am

    Keep up the good work C.U Sunday



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