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Announcement :: DNC : Labor
9/28- Million Worker March Fundraiser - "The Revolution Will Not be Televised"
27 Sep 2004
Million Worker March Fund Raiser
Million Worker March Fund Raiser

Please join the Bolivarian Circle of Boston, the New England Human Rights Organization for Haiti & ANSWER Boston for a showing of "The Revolution Will Not be Televised".

Tuesday, Sept. 28
284 Amory St. (the Brewery), Jamaica Plain Donation $3

This historic film chronicles the failed April, 2003 coup during which Pres. Chavez was kidnapped and nearly transported out of the country. Pres. Chavez was returned to power 48 hours later after a popular uprising made the country ungovernable.

Following the movie there will be discussion led by International Observers from Boston that were present during the August 15th referendum.

There will also be an organizing update on the Oct. 17 Million Worker March.
100+ Organizing Centers for the Million Worker March! or

Momentum is growing for the Million Worker March. There are now more than 100 organizing centers across the country as the word spreads and working people answer the call to organize in our own name.

New endorsers are signing up daily. The executive board of SEIU 1199 in NYC just voted to endorse. This is the largest union in New York, with over 250,000 members.
The union also agreed to provide buses for their members who wish to paticipate in the Million worker March,

Other recent endorsers include: Rainbow/PUSH, the Green Party, AFSCME District Council 37, and many others.
(for an updated list of endorsers, see

Get on the Boston buses!
Tickets are $50 + $5 suggested donation for the Transportation Subsidy Fund.

Seats can be reserved/purchased at

Boston buses will depart from Roxbury Community College at 10:30pm on Saturday, Oct. 16 and return early Monday, Oct. 18 following the protest.

Have you purchased your official MWM t-shirt or button yet? Do your part to help raise money by purchasing a t-shirt and button at
Proceeds go to the Million Worker March.

We need your help so that we can spread the news of the Million Worker March as far and wide as possible.
Flyers are available for download at or contact the office and join any of the many leafleting squads that are going out daily.

Local MWM Organizing Center:
USWA L. 8751 Boston School Bus Drivers & Monitors
mwm (at)

National Office:
mwm_committee (at)
See also:

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