Sweatshop and Labor Organizing in Bangladesh, Haiti and Central America

Friday, May 10, 2013 - 6:00pm
CWA Local 1180, 6 Harrison Street (basement), Manhattan (bet. Hudson and Greenwich Sts.)


This Friday, May 10 at 6pm there will be an important forum on sweatshop and labor organizing in Haiti, Honduras and El Salvador. There will also be a report by Virgilio Aran, of the "Hot and Crusty" struggle in NYC, detailing the slave like conditions of Haitian workers in the Dominican Republic.

This program is sponsored by the Haiti Anti-Sweatshop Committee.

The Haiti Anti-Sweatshop Committee views the forum as part of an ongoing effort to unite the anti-sweatshop movement in the spirit of labor internationalism. Join us Friday!

Join us for an International Worker Solidarity Forum:
Fighting Sweatshops in Haiti
& Around the World

Friday, May 10th 2013 at 6 PM, CWA Local 1180
6 Harrison Street (basement), Manhattan (bet. Hudson and Greenwich Sts.)
#1 to Franklin St or A,C, E, 2 or 3 to Chambers St

Speakers from Bangladesh, Haiti, Honduras, El Salvador, Dominican Republic and the US…

MINUSTAH US/UN Troops Out of Haiti!
Reparation and Justice for Victims of UN Cholera!
Reparation and Justice for Workers in Bangladesh!
Long Live Workers Struggles!
Capitalists around the world are using the debt "crises" they have
engineered to impose austerity on workers. In response, we must build
an international chain of solidarity to defend our rights, fight for justice
and fight to end exploitation.
Let's build solidarity between combative rank and file workers movements!

Sponsored by: The Haiti Anti-Sweatshop Committee (212-781-5157)
Endorsed by: The Batay Ouvriye Solidarity Network, One Struggle NY