António Paulo and the group of peasants who fought for the 8 hours of work per day in Alentejo

5 of December of 2018 - 16h00

António Paulo and the women from Ribeira do Sado, who participated in the fight for the 8 hours in the fields of Alentejo, are the protagonists of the next meeting of Lives in the Resistance. Young secondary school and higher education students will be listening to their testimonies – in a theme that has everything to do with the future of their lives. And our lives.

December 5, Wednesday, at 16h.

Conversation conducted by Ana Aranha.

With the presence of students from the FCSH – UNL; the Senior University of Oeiras and the Senior Association Nova Atena of Linda-A-Velha.

Picture: Peasant women working in rice cultivation in the Alentejo.

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