“Never Turning Back: The World of Peggy Lipschutz” is a film about 88-year-old artist and political activist Peggy Lipschutz of Evanston, Ill.
Lipschutz and her “chalk talks,” sometimes called “Songs You Can See,” have been part of the many struggles of Chicago’s labor, antiwar and civil rights movements since the 1960s. Her illustrations have become synonymous with messages of worker unity, democracy and the fight for justice.
The DVD is great for union and art events, schools and colleges. Interviews with Pete Seeger and Angela Davis.
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