An art show featuring sculpture, music and activities about labor rights issues both past and present. The event is co-sponsored by the Illinois Labor History Society and hosted at the Uri-Eichen Gallery  at 2101 S. Halsted.

There will be a group printing and postcard campaign demanding action from Mayor Rahm Emanuel, live music with Bucky Halker, and a silent auction to raise funds for organizing the Illinois Labor History Society's collection archive.

Chicago historian Paul Durica will also lead a free labor history walking tour around the Pilsen neighborhood from 7-8:30 p.m. Tour leaves from the Uri-Eichen Gallery.