Friday, May 6 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm
The Union Project
801 North Negley Ave
Diana Block and her family lived and worked underground in Pittsburgh. In June of
1985, Diana and her two-week old son and five companions-all of them active in the
struggle for independence-fled L.A. after finding a surveillance device in their
Her recent memoir explores this history and brings a feminist perspective to a
subject typically dominated by heroic, male discourse and offers unique insights
into the radical politics and culture of the 1970s.
Diana will read selections from her book, discuss her years in Pittsburgh and her
recent work with women prisoners.
Refreshments will be provided.
Human Rights Coalition-Fed Up!
The Pittsburgh Organizing Group