[act-ma] Spreading Ties of Solidarity, Preparing for the Working-Class Battles to Come - An event for the Socialist Workers Party fund drive, Sunday, October 30
Boston Militant Labor Forum
bostonmlf at yahoo.com
Sun Oct 23 16:45:16 PDT 2011
An event for the
Socialist Workers Party fund drive
Spreading Ties of Solidarity, Preparing for the
Working-Class Battles to Come
growing resistance today by working people, students, and others to the drive
by the capitalist class and their government to make us pay for their economic
are fighting union busting from Minnesota and North Dakota in their battle
against American Crystal Sugar, to Steelworkers fighting Armstrong World
Industries in Pennsylvania, to International Longshore and Warehouse Union
members in Washington state in their battle with EGT grain terminal bosses at
the Port of Longview.
Thousands have taken part in activities around the
Occupy Wall Street protests in Boston, across the country, and around the
fighters and others are open to discussing broader questions raised in these
struggles. What caused the economic
crisis – Wall Street or the capitalist system? What kind of movement is needed to win today? Is it possible for working people to take power out of the hands
of the capitalist rulers and reorganize society based on solidarity instead of
Join the discussion at this program to benefit the
$100,000 Socialist Workers Party fund drive.
Speaker: Chris Hoeppner– Hoeppner was the Socialist
Workers Party candidate in the September 13 election for the 9th Congressional District special election in New York.
Sunday, October 30
Lunch 1:00 pm- Program2:00 pm
Militant Labor Forum Hall
13 Bennington Street, 2nd floor,
East Boston, MA 02128
617-569-9169 or email: bostonmlf at yahoo.com
Traducción al español - Suggested Donation -- $10
Visit themilitant.comand pathfinderpress.com for news, analysis, and books.
train, take the blue line to Maverick Station and walk down Meridian about 5
blocks to Bennington,
the Liberty Plaza
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