Plaque Dedication and Reenactment of the Haymarket Tragedy in Chicago

Date: Saturday, April 30, 2011

Tine: 2:00 – 3:30 pm

Location: Haymarket Square, Randolph and Des Plaines, Chicago

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Illinois Labor History Society will formally dedicate a prominent bronze plaque on the Haymarket statue to mark the 125th Anniversary of the Haymarket tragedy. The ceremony will be capped by a reenactment of the Haymarket events directed by stager Paul Surica. Hundreds of supporters are needed, who will be aided by professional actors and musicians, to take part in portraying the crowd of workers present on the scene 125 years ago.

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