[act-ma] May 4 -- Forum Featuring Editor of The Militant on Rising Resistance to the Economic Crisis
Boston Militant Labor Forum
bostonmlf at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 30 17:39:49 PDT 2008
Two Two Announcements Follow:
Thu Thursday, May 1 -- Marches for
Immigrant and Workers Rights
Sun Sunday, May 4 -- Special Forum
with the Editor of The Militant
May 1st Actions for Immigrant Rights!
Stop the Raids and Deportations! Legalization Now!
Chelsea 2:30 p.m.
Gather at Glendale Park in Everett or Central Square,
E. Boston to march to Chelsea
3:30 p.m. - 5:30 Rally Chelsea City Hall
Boston 4:00 p.m. Rally on
5:30 p.m. March to
Mili The Militant Labor Forum presents a special event to raise funds for The
From Africa to Latin America
to the U.S.
The Rise in Working Class Resistance
to Austerity and War
are taking place around the world against rising food prices and low wages.
· Workers and
farmers throughout Latin America are taking place in debates on what kind of
governments we should fight for, from Venezuela to Bolivia to Ecuador and
· In the U.S.
mobilizations on May 1st will demand legalization and protest the
raids and deportations aimed at intimidating immigrant workers who have shown
they will not be silenced.
truckers have organized protests, including in Washington, D.C. on April 28,
against the rising cost of fuel.
newspaper has covered these as well as taking a stand against Washington’s wars
in Iraq and Afghanistan and in defense of the Cuban revolution. Join the efforts to raise $100,000 to help
keep the paper publishing and to keep bringing eyewitness reports from the
struggles by workers and farmers.
discussion with the editor of the Militant about the worldwide economic crisis
and rising resistance by working people.
Featuring: Olympia Newton, editor of The Militant
Newton has covered
events in Venezuela, including the bookfair in Caracas in Nov. 2007 where the
theme was “The United States: A Possible Revolution.”
Sunday, May 4
Program 2:00 pm ● Lunch 1:00 pm
Militant Labor Forum Hall
13 Bennington Street, 2nd
floor, East Boston
For more information: call
617-569-9169 or email bostonmlf at yahoo.com
Suggested Donation: Program
$7 ● Lunch $5
Traducción inglés-español / español-inglés
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for news, analysis, and books and pamphlets.
By train, take the blue
line to Maverick Station and walk down Meridian about 5 blocks to Bennington,
by Liberty Plaza.
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