NORTH FORK – Hear the previously untold story of one of the bloodiest labor struggles in California history since the 1934 Embarcadero strike.
“Trona, Bloody Trona,” a book by North Fork’s own Paul Abram, has been hailed as the best labor read since “Grapes of Wrath.”
Abram, an attorney who represented the ILWU Local 35 in its fight against the Kerr-McGee Corporation in Trona, Calif., in 1970, will be speaking from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, May 16, at the North Fork Studio.
Paul will read from his new book, “Trona, Bloody Trona,” and also include many years of the atrocities he witnesses as a spy for the National Security Agency (NSA).
Thanks to the help of Sue Kern, Paul’s appearances on KFCF Radio Free Press and before the Communications Workers of America Union in Fresno were a smashing success.
Copies of his book will be available for signing and Paul will take questions on the book and the NSA. Available at www.paulhenryabram.com
The North Fork Studio is located on the main street, Road 222, next to the library.