Monday, September 10, 2007

Minneapolis: All Out for AFSCME and 9/11 Event for Activism

Two events tomorrow:

Beginning at 10 AM - All Out for AFSCME:
Learn Off Campus for 2 Days in Solidarity with U of M Workers
Attend a Solidarity Teach-In at Oak Street Cinema, 309 Oak Street SE, Mpls.

Presentations and discussions will run continuously each morning
10:00-12:00; speakers will include AFSCME members, faculty, students, and labor activists. Break for picketing 12:00-1:30. Each afternoon 1:30-3:00, there will be a screening of a film about the 2003 clerical workers' strike, followed by a panel discussion with 2003 strike veterans and supporters. Come when you may, leave when you must, bring your class, bring your professor!

Beginning at 7 PM - 9/11 Event for Activism:

Spend an evening celebrating our freedom of expression thru music,
dance and spoken word (open mic time, too.)

Learn about the case for impeachment, find out about the campaign for
a US Department of Peace, and discover great ways to work for change
right here in Minneapolis...

Speakers Include: Coleen Rowley, former FBI agent and Time person of
the year 2003, Marv Davidoff founder of the Honeywell Project, Chante
Wolf of Veterans for Peace, Rome Hanson of Parents of Murdered
Children and more...



Tuesday, September 11, 2007@7:00pm for 3 hours.
Minneapolis Farmer's Market Annex
200 Lyndale Ave. N (corner of Glenwood and Lyndale.)

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