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Announcement :: DNC : Human Rights : Labor : Organizing
All Out for the Million Worker March
09 Sep 2004
Sunday, Oct 17
Million Worker March
Washington DC

Get on the Buses to the Million Worker March!

For more information please call: 617-524-3507 or email

The International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Local 10, recently passed a
resolution proposing a million worker march on Washington in 2004 on Sunday, October 17, 2004.

This mobilization is being proposed in response to the attacks upon working families in
America and the millions of jobs lost during the Bush administration and with the
complicity of Congress. The working class has not suffered such hardships since the Great
Depression. Now is the time for organized/unorganized labor, the interfaith and community
organizations to show solidarity and demand that all elected officials address the needs of
working people. As working class people, we know more than any others the difficulties and
limitations we face both in our communities and workplaces. We shall therefore be representing
ourselves during this march, independent from all politicians, while putting forward to the
entire country, our program for the betterment of America's majority working population.

While we are in the early stages of planning this action, we are urging unions, community groups,
social justice organizations, etc. to join us in making this march a reality. We need you and
your organizations help. The crises we face is severe. By mobilizing and uniting organized and
unorganized labor with our community and religious allies we will be able to more effectively
stop the attack on working people and improve our living and working conditions.

For more information please call: 617-524-3507 or email

Open Letter to Women Activists
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