[Marxism] Bay Area Teach-In: Bail Out Working People, Not The Banks!
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Thu Apr 23 14:46:30 MDT 2009
Bail Out Working People, Not The Banks!
Teach-In and Mass Action Organizing Meeting
1621 Market Street (Between Franklin & Gough), San Francisco
Saturday, May 9, 2009
Registration: 12:30 P.M.; Program: 1:00 to 5:00 P.M.
Initiated by the:
* North Bay Labor Council,
* San Francisco Labor Council, San Mateo Central Labor Council
* South Bay Labor Council, and
* Workers Emergency Recovery Campaign (WERC)
Join us to build a united fight-back movement in the interests of all
working people around the following demands:
* No layoffs. Massive job-creation program.
* Tax the rich — don’t bail out the banks.
* Pass the Employee Free Choice Act.
* Single-payer healthcare for all.
* Affordable housing for all. Tenants’ rights.
* Moratorium on foreclosures and evictions.
* Funding for jobs and for social services and infrastructure, not for war.
* Stop the ICE raids and deportations. Legalization for all!
* Art Pulaski. Secretary-Treasurer, California Federation of Labor
* N’tanya Lee, Executive Director, Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth
* Mark Dudzic, National Organizer, Labor for Single Payer Healthcare
* Rosie Martinez, SEIU Local 721, (Los Angeles)
* Steve Williams, Executive Director, POWER (People Organized to Win
* Conny Ford, Vice President, San Francisco Labor Council
* Clarence Thomas, ILWU Local 10
* Jack Rasmus, Professor of Economics, St. Mary’s College and Santa
* Alan Benjamin, Executive Committee, San Francisco Labor Council and
Workers Emergency Recovery Campaign
* Josh Nielsen, President, Student, Council, City College, of San Francisco
* Extended remarks from Bay Area Labor and Community leaders and ample
time for dialogue among teach-in participants.
* Spoken Word performance by YOUNG PLAYAZ
Donations will be requested at door: $10 general, $5 senior, free for
those recently laid off, students and disabled. No one turned away for
lack of funds.
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