Published On: Thu, Oct 2nd, 2014

Activist Barbara Rhine’s ‘Tell No Lies’ Explores the Radical 1970s

Barbara Rhine Tell No Lies Cover

Set in California’s San Joaquin Valley during the early 1970’s, Tell No Lies is about a Black Panthers fugitive on the run, a Latino farm worker’s union organizer and a Jewish feminist from Berkeley, caught in a love triangle during one of the largest UFW marches in history.

Diving deep into the heart of America’s radical culture and ethnic politics to tell a powerful love story, Barbara Rhine evokes experiences at once historically specific and timelessly universal.

Bill Ayers, former leader of the Weather Underground, commented: “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 hope and history rhyme. With everything on the line, she shows us the edgy and intense spaces where love might best be proved.”

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