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|Oakland: March to the Federal Building to Save Right to Organize|
|Date||Tuesday July 11|
|Time||11:30 AM - 1:30 PM|
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|March to the Federal Building @ 1301 Clay Street, Oakland (off 12th Street BART)|
Come join the National Week of Action to Stop threats from Bush's National Labor Board on Our Right to Organize!
Marches & rallies around the country held as decisions get made -- Los Angeles, Chicago...
...March in Downtown Oakland! with the California Nurses Association
July 11, Tuesday, 11:30am
March to the Federal Building @ 1301 Clay Street, Oakland (off 12th Street BART)
* In recent cases, the Bush-appointed National Labor Relations Board has taken away workers' protections and workers' rights, including the rights of disabled workers, temporary employees and graduate employees.
* This summer could bring more such decisions from the Bush Labor Board in cases collectively called 'Kentucky River'. These cases will serve to clarify issues left open by the Supreme Court case of NLRB v. Kentucky River Community Care.
* The 'Kentucky River' decisions could strip hundreds of thousands of workers of their rights under federal labor law. At issue is a revised definition of 'supervisor' which could potentially affect workers in a wide range of industries, including health care, building and construction, energy, broadcast and port shipping.
*** bring your banners & union colors! ***
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