March 29, 2019 @ 5:00 pm – March 30, 2019 @ 10:00 pm
Honoring Eugene V. Debs a series of events
March 29-30, The Writers Guild is participating in a series of events honoring Eugene V. Debs.

WFHB in conjunction with The Ryder  Film Series, the Writers Guild, the Burroughs Century and I.U.
will be presenting a new documentary about Indiana Labor Organizer, Eugene V. Debs and several events with Paul Buhle, Senior Lecturer at Brown University, author or editor of 35 volumes including histories of radicalism in the United States and the Caribbean, studies of popular culture, and a series of nonfiction comic art volumes.  
There is a $6 cover charge for the film but all the iFell events on Saturday (see schedule below) are free and open to the public.  
For more information please contact, Charles Cannon  charles.cannon@theburroughscentury.org    Joan Hawkins jchawkin@indiana.edu  or Doug Storm interchange@wfhb.org
Friday night, 3/29
Movie – American Socialist
The Bishop (back room)
Doors open at 5 pm, screening at 5:30 p.m $6 cover
Professor Buhle will be on hand for a Q&A after the screening.
Saturday 3/30
10 a.m. to 1:30 Terre Haute
Debs Museum – Tour and Book Signing with Paul Buhle

Additional screening of the film as part of the Ryder Series,
on campus
iFell Gallery Bloomington  event— Free and open to the public
415 W 4th St (next to the Rainbow Bakery)
4 pm Open doors
4:30 – 5:00 – Aaron Benanav – “The Global Persistence of the Old Regime” 
5:30 -Spoken word reading by members of the Writers Guild, presenting  Debs Excerpts:Tony Brewer,  Charles Cannon, Joan Hawkins, Michael Glab, Eric Rensberger, and Doug Storm

6:00 – Paul Buhle “The Continued Importance of Eugene V. Debs
Honoring Eugene V. Debs a series of events
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