Video: Philadelphia Unemployment Project Celebrates 30 Years of Grassroots Struggle
Dave W & Todd Wolfson Philly IMC | 06.01.2006
This Friday, The Philadelphia Unemployment Project (PUP) will hold a benefit concert with jazz legend Byard Lancaster to raise money for their "work to protect the unemployed and working poor of the city". In commemoration, Philly IMC has produced a video documenting PUP's work over the last thirty years on health care, unemployment, house foreclosures and more. As Larry Swann, PUP board member explains in the video, their work for economic justice "is the essence of grassroots life". Come out and support PUP at the benefit concert or on Monday June 6th in Harrisburg at a rally to raise minimum wage.
Watch Philadelphia Unemployment Project Video: QT6 | QT7