The compelling story of one labor organizer illuminates broader issues of justice, freedom, and the American dream.
Release date: Sunday, November 1st, 1998
A 90-Minute Documentary Profiles Labor Leader and Protest Songwriter His legal battle was the most controversial of its time. His death sentence was the subject of protests around the world even gripping the White House. And before Joe Hill faced the firing squad, his legend had reached near-mythic proportions. His life and his death would challenge the American values of fairness and justice...and would provide a rallying cry for defiant workers for generations to come. In a powerful documentary, PBS presents the story of Joe Hill, a labor organizer executed by the state of Utah in 1915. Joe Hill is a story of a nation struggling with issues of justice, opportunity, and the American Dream.
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