IAD

BUILDING A SOCIAL FORCE

This paper was prepared by members of the Inter-Alliance Dialogue (GGJ, Jobs With Justice, the National Domestic Workers Alliance, the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, and the Pushback Network) for the Funder/Movement Process at the US Social Forum.

We invite members and allies to read and share the paper which describes the growth of the grassroots organizing sector in the US, and the need for increased committed resources for grassroots organizing.

At U.S. Social Forum, "Excluded Workers" Move From Shadows to Negotiating Table

Source: 
Alternet.org
Date: 
Thu, 07/01/2010
Type: 
Print
URL: 
http://www.alternet.org/story/147368/

AlterNet

By Bankole Thompson, IPS News
Posted on July 1, 2010, Printed on July 8, 2010

DETROIT, Jun 24, 2010 (IPS) - The U.S. labour movement needs to be reorganised from the bottom up to include domestic workers, day labourers, restaurant workers, taxi drivers, farm workers, incarcerated workers, guest workers and those in the "right to work" states.

IAD 2nd National Conference Call on Immigration 4/13/10

You are invited to participate on the Inter-Alliance Dialogue’s Second National Conference Call on Immigration 

When: Tuesday, April  from 2 to 4 pm Eastern Time (1 - 3 pm Central / 12 - 2 pm Mountain / 11 – 1 pm Pacific)

Where/How: The conference call information for those who wish to participate in English is: Conference Dial-in Number: (218) 339-4300, Participant Access Code: 1095522#