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|March and Rally - Workers Memorial Day 2015 Remember The Dead and Fight for The Injur|
|Date||Saturday April 18|
|Time||12:00 PM - 2:00 PM|
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Starts at Harry Bridges Plaza in front of Ferry Building with
march to ILWU Local 34 on 801 2nd St. and King next to AT&T Stadium
|Organizer/Author||Injured Workers National Network IWNN|
4/18 March and Rally - Workers Memorial Day 2015 Remember The Dead and Fight for The Injured & Fight TPPAdded to the calendar on Saturday Apr 11th, 2015 9:45 AM
March and Rally - Workers Memorial Day 2015 Remember The Dead and Fight for The Injured & Fight TPP
Meet: at Harry Bridges Plaza
Embarcadero at Market St. SF, at plaza in front of Ferry Building under the tower.
Time: April 18 (Saturday), 2015 11:00 AM
March to: ILWU Local 34 union hall – 801 2nd St. next to AT&T Stadium Light lunch & Meeting from 12:00 Noon
Parking space avalable at the hall.
April is Workers Memorial Month To Remember Those Workers Killed And Injured on the Job.
This year’s event will also honor the over 250 chil- dren and crew that were killed in the Sewol Fer- ry Disaster in Korea on April 16, 2014 due to the lack of health and safety conditions, and lack of training of the temporary crew
on the ship. The Sewol moth- ers recently visited the United States to get justice and an in- dependent hearing.
April 18 has also been declared a day of International day of action against the Trans Pa-
cific Partnership, TPP. This is directly connected to workers health and safety since it is
through these so called “free trade” agreements that there has been deregulation of health
and safety protection and privatization of public services harming all working people.
At the same time, deregulation of workers comp in the US and throughout the country has also meant that seriously injured workers are not get- ting prompt healthcare and many end up permanently disabled and homeless. We need to rally
all working people to stand up for injured workers and their right to healthcare and compensation.
Today, in the United States, workers health and safety is under the threat and health and safety whistleblowers are being bullied and are afraid to speak out due to real concerns about retalia- tion. In fact, OSHA lawyer Darrell Whitman who will be speaking at the meeting is a Federal lawyer who inves- tigates OSHA whistleblowers and he himself has been retaliated against for seeking to protect these whistleblowers.
Darrell Whitman - OSHA Lawyer and Whistleblower
Carrie Clark and Michelle Smith - CA Healthy Workplace Advocates CHWA
Brenda Barros - SEIU 1021 SF General Hospital Chapter Chair And Co-Chair SF COPE “
Edong” Edgardo Pichay - Filipino Community Center Workers Rights Program Mothers From North Cal SeSaMo
Meleah Hall, Injured Teacher and OSHA Whistleblower
Endorsed by: Injured Workers National Network (iwnn.org), California Coalition For Workers Memorial Day (workersmemorialday.org), CA Healthy Workplace Advocates CHWA (bullyfreeworkplace.org), North Cal SeSaMo, BAYAN USA (bayanusa.org), United Public Workers for Action (upwa.info)
For further information: (415) 282-1908
Workers continue to die on the jobs and also die from industrial and work illnesses
Railroad and other workers are being killed and injured on the job