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 Golden Gate Branch 214 National Association of Letter Carriers

Greensboro Branch 630 of the National Association of Letter Carriers

New York Metro Area Postal Union (APWU)

Nat Assoc of Letter Carriers, American Postal Workers Union, and Nat Assoc of Rural Letter Carriers of High Point, NC

Postal Record May 2008, National Magazine of the Letter Carriers Union (NALC)

S.F.School Bus Drivers, UTU Local 1741

S.F. Labor Council Resolution in Support of ILWU May Day Action

ProfessionalStaffCongressAFTLocal233.pdf

Unite, the Union.pdf

 Inkworks Press

International Dock Workers' Council (IDC)

Million Worker March Movement.pdf

Vietnam Veterans Against the War

McKinneyEndorsement.pdf

 Oakland Education Association.pdf

OEA ActionAlert.pdf

OEA Press Conference

 California Federation of Teachers

Hermandad Mexicana Latinoamericana and the Mexican American Political Association (MAPA) 

Vermont AFL-CIO 

Canadian Auto Workers Local 199 

Liverpool Trades Union Council  

Bolton National Union of Teachers

South Bay AFL-CIO Labor Council

 National Shop Stewards Network

Cindy Sheehan

South Carolina AFL-CIO

New York City Labor Against the War

Brent Trades Union Council

Granny Peace Brigade Philadelphia

Bristol Rail Branch of the Rail, Maritime & Transport Workers Union of Britain

University of Toronto Library Workers, CUPE 1230

Great Britian: Labor Party Member of Parliment Solidarity Motion

Brazil: National Coordination of Fights, Syndical and Popular Central Office of the Brazilian Workers and Social Movements

Swedish Dockworkers Union 

Campaign for the "Right Not to Emigrate"

Italy: Fed. Lavoratori della Conoscenza, FLC CGIL UNIMI, Union of Workers of the University of Milan

Peace and Freedom Party

Uncasville, CT

Rome: U.S. Citizens for Peace & Justice 

Richard Trevors

MERTON PEACEMAKER by R. J. Trevors

Iraqi Labor Movement

United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE)

Mumia Abu-Jamal

                                         

MAY DAY, Thursday, May 1, 2008 

 

10:30 am:  Meet at Mason and Beach.  March to Justin Herman Plaza. 

12:00 noon:  Rally at Justin Herman Plaza. 

12:30 PM:  Direct Action to Stop the War (DASW)
                March/protest at military recruitment                       center & ICE. Depart from Justin Herman                 Plaza (Embarcadero BART)

1:00 pm:  Take the "J" Car to Dolores Park. 

2:00 pm:  Assemble at Dolores Park for the Immigrants Right May Day March.

OAKLAND 3:00 pm:  Assemble at Fruitvale BART Station for Oakland's Immigrants' Rights May Day March.  March to Oakland City Hall. 

3:30 pm:  March to Civic Center. 

5:00 pm:  Immigrants Right May Day Rally at Civic Center.

OAKLAND 6:00 pm:  Oakland's Immigrants' Rights May Day Rally at Oakland City Hall. 

6:00 pm:  Take the "N" Car to AT&T Baseball Park.  

6:00 pm    Community MAY DAY Potluck Celebration 

                ILWU Local 34

                801 Second Street

                San Francisco, CA 94107

Community May Day Potluck Celebration!             Bring food to share, fun to enjoy and friends to create history with!Entertainment and refreshments will be provided by ILWU Local 34 and ILWU Local 10.

7:30 pm:   Young Worker's United Party
                Balazo at 2183 Mission St (and 18th)
                Bands at 9pm: Beefycakes!; Angela                       Chase!; Concepto Tambor!;                              Mezklah!; DJ Rael spinning hip hop                         and Latin music!
 

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