Monday, June 13, 2011

June 15: Solidarity march across the Brooklyn Bridge

From the AFL-CIO:

Wednesday, June 15. Assemble beginning at 1 p.m. for a 2:30 p.m. march

Solidarity march across the Brooklyn Bridge

Enter Cadman Plaza Park by the Brooklyn War Memorial (middle of the park) and look for your delegation.
The address is 89 Cadman Plaza West, Brooklyn, N.Y. (A or C trains to High Street)

March for the Middle Class

As a showing of solidarity for working people across the nation facing attacks on their livelihood, NYC area working families will join together to march across the Brooklyn Bridge. Be there.
If you're in a union, remember to show your union colors proudly.

We still believe an attack on one is an attack on all. That is why a march to show that we stand united is so important.

The attacks on collective bargaining rights go too far and come at the expense of solving our jobs crisis and other real problems that are delaying the economic recovery. We cannot let the misinformation continue. This is about workers’ rights, fixing the economy and the future we leave for our children.

In Solidarity,

Manny Herrmann
Online Mobilization Coordinator, AFL-CIO

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