The Project

Love and Solidarity is an exploration of nonviolence and organizing through the life and teachings of Rev. James Lawson. Lawson provided crucial strategic guidance while working with Martin Luther King, Jr., in southern freedom struggles and the Memphis sanitation strike of 1968. Moving to Los Angeles in 1974, Lawson continued his nonviolence organizing in multi-racial community and worker coalitions that have helped to remake the LA labor movement.

Through interviews and historical documents, acclaimed labor and civil rights historian Michael Honey and award-winning filmmaker Errol Webber put Lawson’s discourse on nonviolent direct action on the front burner of today’s struggles against economic inequality, racism and violence, and for human rights, peace, and economic justice. Runtime: 38 minutes.

The Love and Solidarity project was made possible through the generous support of the Fetzer Institute and the project carried out through the Center for the Study of Community and Society at the University of Washington Tacoma.

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Here is a link to the Bullfrog Films catalog page for the film; here you can purchase or rent a DVD copy of the film with performance rights:

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