https://bpl.bibliocommons.com/events/63b6f21cbdd26c41009cceda Boston Public Library: Rabb Lecture Hall
700 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02116
Good for Groups, History, Movies, Social Good
Most people knew Abe Osheroff as an activist. For most of his 92 years—from the frontlines of the Spanish Civil War to the picket lines of the U.S. labor movement, from the struggles for civil rights in Mississippi to his work for human rights in Nicaragua—Osheroff threw himself into the fray with rare energy and enthusiasm. In this riveting and inspiring new film, Osheroff reflects on the meaning of his activism, exploring the ideas that animated his actions and sharing wisdom built up over a lifetime of commitment to the "radical humanism" that defined his politics and philosophy.
This program is presented by the Boston Public Library as part of their Never Too Late Group created with older adults in mind. Due to the ample seating available in the Rabb Lecture Hall, registration is not required; instead, seating is first come, first served. The film runtime is 45 minutes.
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