Catholic University, where is the Commitment to Social Justice?rnrnWHAT: Rally at Catholic University demanding not to use the construction company Wings Enterprises until they follow labor law and OSHA regulations. Letter signed by workers and faith leaders will be delivered to Catholic University President John GarveyrnrnWHEN: Tuesday February 28, 2012 at 12:30 PMrnrnWHERE: Catholic University entrance on 620 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC.rnrnWHO: Ironworkers on strike from Wings Enterprises – a construction company that will soon start operation at Catholic University.rnrnWings Enterprises is a DC based construction company with a history of labor and safety violations – yet benefitting from public and private projects, including Catholic University’s project at Monroe Street Market. Workers at Wings, some already on strike, have complained numerous times about being underpaid in their prevailing wages, not having apprenticeship classes, and suffering from the result of Wings’ violations of OSHA regulations, among other complaints. rnrnFor more information, please visit or call 202.787.1813