Documentary Film: The Singing Revolution

After enduring WWII-era brutalization by Hitler's Nazi Party and decades of repressive Soviet dictatorship, the tiny nation of Estonia began to declare its independence from Communist rule in the late '80s. Over a five-year period, hundreds of thousands of Estonians began to systematically and repeatedly gather in public venues to collectively sing illegal patriotic songs, declaring their desire for national independence but never resorting to violence amid their protests. Discussion led by Tom Obert.

Tom Obert

Tom Obert is a retired economist from the U.S. Department of Labor, Army veteran and an avid traveler and blogger.

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FF85

  Tom Obert


Grand Arbor : Grand Arbor Theatre
Monday, Apr 15
4:00 - 7:00 PM

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Min Age   16 yr.

Price: $ 5 00