The Puffin Foundation and
The Center for Constitutional Rights present

"Wasn't That A Time!
A Century of Struggle.
A Century of Repression."

An exhibit of portraits of individual women and men who, in times of great struggles for economic and political rights, of political hysteria and government repression, helped to win victories believed impossible. Featuring 32 photographs by Bud Schultz and testimonies from activists who have been targets of political repression for the last 70 years.

January 10 - February 1, 1998


Saturday, January 24. 4:00 p.m.
The only U.S. film ever banned in this contry
about a 1950s strike by New Mexico mine workers.

Saturday, January 31. 4:00 p.m.
A special program of stories and songas about the struggles of our times to benefit the Center for Constitutional Rights. Features Grammy award winning singer Joanne Shenandoa, Stephan Smith (singer/songwriter of "The Ballad of Abner Louima"), and author David Dante Toutt.