ILRF’s Spring Forum on May Day in DC

The International Labor Rights Forum presents:rnrnDemocracy and An Economy for All: From Protests to Strategies for ChangernAt CWA, 501 3rd Street NW, Washington, DCrnTuesday, May 1st, 2:00-7:30pm rnrnThis Forum is an opportunity to meet directly with international and local labor rights activists. It’s the space where we build the face-to-face connections necessary to our work. Participants will come away energized and ready for strategic action in the fight for jobs with justice and an economy that works for all.rnrnHear from and meet with:rnrnIris Munguia, Secretary General, Coordinating Body of Latin American Banana and Agroindustrial Workers’ Unions (COLSIBA)rnrnGerry Rivera, President, Philippine Airlines Employees’ Association (PALEA)rn rnLarry Cohen, President, Communications Workers of AmericarnrnLisa McGowan, Director of the Middle East and North Africa Program, Solidarity Center, AFL-CIOrnrnNick Weiner, National Coordinator of the Ports Campaign, Change to Win & International Brotherhood of TeamstersrnrnSaket Soni, Executive Director, National Guest worker AlliancernrnJeffrey Becker, China Program Director, International Labor Rights Forum and many more organizers and change-makers!rnrnFor further information, contact Jacqueline Starr at 202-347-4100 x105 or Jackie@ilrf.org.

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