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Announcement :: Labor
Jobs With Justice Solidarity Committee, 10/4
28 Sep 2004
Modified: 03:35:23 PM
The next meeting of the Jobs With Justice Solidarity Committee will be on Monday, October 4th, 6pm at the JWJ Office - 3353 Washington St., Jamaica Plain.
JWJ Solidarity Committee Meeting Monday, October 4th - 6pm 3353 Washington St., Jamaica Plain (near Green St. T-stop)

The Solidarity Committee is a rapid-response defense network organizing to defend all workers. Whether you're a union member, temp-worker, concerned community member, or an organizer, if you're looking to get involved in local labor struggles, the Solidarity Committee is the place for you.

Agenda items for the next meeting include...

* outsourcing at AT&T * Alliance@IBM - a minority union fighting back at IBM * Workers at Inkadinkadoo being outsourced * US Airways and its wage cut demands * HERE national hotel campaign * Janitors protesting In Cambridge * Grand Openings! Organizing drive/contract campaign

for more information please contact: Jennifer Doe - Jennifer (at) massjwj.net, (617) 524-8778

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Re: Jobs With Justice Solidarity Committee, 10/4
04 Oct 2004
I find it interesting that there is no mention of the Million Worker March on the agenda.