4PM SATURDAY, JANUARY 17
shares from her gritty novel of the California farmworker's movement
TELL NO LIES
"Tell No Lies is a vivid account of the 1970's United Farmworkers Union. Read this novel to understand the dangers faced by organizers and all who worked with them.
—Dolores Huerta, UFW Co-Founder and Vice-President.
"In Barbara Rhine's finely-wrought Tell No Lies she illuminates life on the run, with astonishing consequences for people of conscience and commitment when hoipe and history rhyme. With everything on the line she shows us the edgy and intense spaces where love might best be proved."
— Bill Ayers, a leader of the Weather Underground; author of Public
Enemy: Confessions of an American Dissident, and brother of
Rick Ayers who will be at the Frog on January 31 to talk about
his book, An Empty Seat in Class