New Location for Trade Union Contingent to Stop the War on Iraq–Defend Labor at Home

[DUE TO NEW INFORMATION, THE 10/26 LABOR CONTINGENT WILL BE LOCATED AS DISCUSSED BELOW, RATHER THAN AT THE WOMEN VETERANS MEMORIAL. Apologies for any confusion]

New Location for Trade Union Contingent to Stop the War on Iraq–Defend Labor at Home

Washington, DC Sat., October 26, 2002

New Location: 11 am–Trade union contingent will assemble on the Mall on the south side Constitution Ave. NW @ 21 St., just NE of the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial (see X on map)

Labor endorsers include: SEIU Local 1199; ILWU Local 10 Exec. Bd.; ILWU Local 400; San Francisco Central Labor Council; Albany NY Central Labor Federation; Troy NY Area Labor Council; Rochester NY Labor Council; New York City Labor Against the War (NYCLAW); DC Labor for Peace & Justice; PSSU/SEIU Local 668 (Phila.); NALC Local 214; Sign Display Union Local 510; Oakland
(CA) Education Assn.; United University Professions Delegate Assembly, SUNY; Typographical Sector, N. CA Media Workers Union/CWA; Sacramento Valley Labor Comm. for Peace & Justice; Kenneth Lerch, Pres., NALC Local 3825*; Filipino Workers Association (FWA); Korean Immigrant Workers Advocates; Sally Davies, Pres., AFSCME Council 92*; Ray Markey, Pres. AFSCME Local
1930, DC 37*; Sally Davis, Pres., AFSCME Council 92*; Ken Lerch, Pres., NALC Local 3825*; David Sole, Pres. Local 2334, UAW*; Paramedics for Peace, NC; Dorothy Day Catholic Worker

*denotes organization listed for identification purposes only.

Info: NYCLAW01@excite.com; NYC Bus Tickets: 212.633.6646; http://www.InternationalANSWER.org.

Union Labor Donated–October 23, 2002

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