fix articles 16374, june 28
IWW Forum This Sunday! (tags)
Sunday, June 28 7:30 PM *IWW Forum:Organizing the Unorganized–Lessons of Community Organizing* Come join the Industrial Workers of the World for an Evening of Poetry and Conversation. Poet, playwright and journalist *Fernando Castro* will be sharing his work; along with a panel of labor and community activists who will discuss strategies and experiences for "organizing the unorganized". There will be a screening the Brave New Films short *Stop Starbucks*; and they will be celebrating the life and work of U. Utah Phillips by screening a brief documentary. Admission is Free. Sunday, June 28 7:30 PM Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center 681 Venice Blvd, Venice, CA 90291 310.822.3006
National Bread and Roses Speaking Tour (tags)
No more singing capitalism’s blues: Sisters, it’s time to fight! Featuring Christina López, Chicana-Apache immigrant rights warrior, and Anne Slater, Radical Women firebrand and National Organizer. They are on a speaking tour, mobilizing women and their allies to make a stand against racism, layoffs and state budget cuts. Sunday, June 28, 2pm at Solidarity Hall, 2170 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles. Door donation $3.00. Summer BBQ Buffet served at 4:30pm for a $9 donation. Sliding scale or work exchange available. For more info or childcare, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 323-732-6416. Everyone welcome.
While Bu$h dines in L.A., more G.I.s and Iraqis die in Baghdad (tags)
U.S. occupation troops have shot and killed an 11 year old boy in western Baghdad. He was on the roof of his home when he was shot. People in Iraq seek relief from the heat by sleeping on their rooftops. In the photo, a young boy watches a British soldier take up position in the village of Majar al-Kabir, Iraq, Saturday June 28, 2003. (AP Photo/Denis Doyle)