The War and Labor: Is the Bush “War on Terrorism” in the Interests of Working People?

The War and Labor
Is the Bush “War on Terrorism” in the interests of working people?

Hear:

Michael Letwin
President of the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW Local 2325 (affiliation for ID only) and Co-Convenor of New York City Labor Against the War (NYCLAW)

Friday, Dec. 14, 7 PM at Channing Hall Unitarian Universalist Society
405 Washington Ave., Albany

Michael will report on:

**Ground-Zero NYC: trauma, layoffs, health and safety, “austerity,” and reconstruction.

**War profiteering, backlash against civil liberties and immigrants, media spin.

**Different labor responses to the war, from the AFL-CIO to NYCLAW’s written statement, endorsed by more than 700 trade unionists, and labor antiwar committees in D.C., the San Francisco Bay Area and elsewhere.

**International labor response, including his participation in the 100,000-strong November 18 London antiwar protest.

SPONSORED BY:

Capital District Labor Committee for Peace and Justice
Capital District Lawyers for Peace
Social Responsibilities Council of the First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany
For more information: LaborAgainstWar@yahoogroups.com

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