5C - Solidarity Center
147 W. 24th St. 2nd Fl.
New York, NY 10011
btw 5th & 6th Av.
F, M train
to 23th St.; #1 to 23rd St.; PATH to 23rd St.; A, C, E to 23rd St.
You are invited to a forum
FRI ►NOV 21 @ 7 pm
MEXICO in Struggle: AYOTZINAPA
43 disappeared students lead to call for
national stoppage & global solidarity actions
Teresa Gutierrez, WWP secretariat member;
leader of the International Action Center's Latin American
and Caribbean Committee
Who are the REAL terrorists
in Jerusalem & Gaza?
Bill Dores, WWP national committee member; Al-Awda the Palestine Right to Return Coalition organizer; New York coordinator of the Viva Palestina USA medical aid convoy to Gaza and 46 year activist for Palestine
Pack the Courtroom Nov. 24
for Steve Kirschbaum,
founder/leader of the
Boston School Bus Drivers Union,
on trial for frame-up charges
Tony Murphy, WW contributing writer;
organizer for support for USW Local 8751
Remembering Leslie Feinberg
‘Black Friday’ in solidarity with Walmart
low-wage workers, National Day of Mourning
and WWP national conference updates
Turkey dinner served at 6 pm for a small donation.
Program starts at 7 pm
At the Solidarity Center:
147 West 24th St., 2nd Floor, New York
Sponsored by Workers World Party
No meeting next Fri. Nov. 28;
next forum will be Fri. Dec. 5.
Upcoming IAC Calendar Events in November
(See leaflets for Colombia Solidarity, Ayress Birthday and DOM below)
♦ Thurs, NOV 20 #AYOTZINAPA NY
Global Day of Action 2:30 pm. Mexican Consulate
39th St. between Madison and Park (Grand Central Station)
5 pm March towards the United Nations.
6 pm Vigil in the U.N. Plaza. 47th St. and 1st Ave.
Dress in Black. Facebook: Ayotzinapa NY
In solidarity with the families of the 43 students of the Rural Teaching School, Raul Isidro Burgos, who have disappeared at the hands of the local police directed by the narco-government of the Mexican State of Guerrero.
# AYOTZINAPA – Día de Acción Global
En solidaridad con las familias de los 43 estudiantes normalistas de la Esc. Rural Raúl Isidro Burgos, que fueron desaparecidos por policías municipales, comandados por el narco-gobierno del estado de Guerrero, México, se te invita a la gran . . .
M A N I F E S T A C I O N
Que se llevara a cabo el 20 de noviembre a las 2:30 p.m.
en el CONSULADO MEXICANO
27 E 39th St. entre Madison y Park Ave., Manhattan, (Tren: Grand Central)
5 p.m. marcha del consulado a las Naciones Unidas.
6 p.m. Vigilia en la Plaza de las Naciones Unidas. (47th. St. y 1st. Ave.)
Se sugiere vestir de negro. #Ayotzinapa NY.
You're invited to a WOMEN'S FORUM ►NOV 20:
Women's Struggles & the Labor Movement
November is End Violence Against Women month. One month is not enough. Everyday, women still struggle against violence and discrimination both at home and at the workplace. We as women do not spend the year waiting for November to speak up. All around New York City and beyond, we are leading the fights in our communities not only for gender equality, but for social, economic, and workplace justice.
Save the Date!
This November, let's seek to end violence against women through the celebration of women! On Thurs., Nov. 20th, join Laundry Workers Center as we host our Women's Forum: Women's Struggles and the Labor Movement. Come listen to women leaders tell their stories of overcoming struggle, empowering others, and winning change. Share your own story in our discussion, and participate in our interactive workshop to explore and strategize around what it means to be a woman in the labor movement today.
To empower others, we must have the courage to fight.
Join Laundry Workers Center for:
Women's Struggles & the Labor Movement
Thurs ►NOV 20
6:30 pm - 9 pm
St. Peter Church
619 Lexington Ave & 54th St, NYC 10022
See you there!
Laundry Workers Center
♦ Thurs, NOV 20: Solidarity with Colombians
Colombia's Marcha Patriotica
and Lazos de Dignidad Tour of the U.S.
Judson Memorial Church Assembly Hall ►6 pm to 9 pm
239 Thompson St, Manhattan (South of Washington Sq. Park)
www.afgj.org www.fundacionlazosdedignidad marchapatriotica.org/
♦ Sat, NOV 22 Vicky Ayress Birthday/Art Sale/Rent Party
Share solidarity, fun & support for Vicky @ 4 pm
3125 Tibbet Ave., #7B, Bronx, NY 10463
Number 1 train to 231 St. Telephone: 917.325.0931
♦ Thurs, NOV 27 National Day of Mourning 2014
Cole’s Hill, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Since 1970, Native Americans have gathered at noon on Cole's Hill in Plymouth to commemorate a National Day of Mourning on the U.S. thanksgiving holiday. For many Native Americans this holiday is a reminder of the genocide of millions of Native people, the theft of Native lands, and the relentless assault on Native culture.
Buses from NYC to DOM leaving at 6 a.m. sharp from the Solidarity Center
147 W 24 St, 2nd floor, NYC. Buy a ticket ASAP. For ticket information: 212.633.6646
United American Indians of New England/LPSG
uaine.org & facebook.com/events/1526787624229601/