inter-alliance dialogue

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

Thu, 07/01/2010


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.

Updates on IAD Healthcare Actions October 15 and October 20, 2009 and Taking on the Banks

Updates on Healthcare Actions

October 15th and 20th Mobilizations for health care reform kicked into high gear this past week and will continue into the following week. These are some of the geographic areas where there have been or will be concentrations of IAD activity (please correct my information if I didn’t get it right):

GGJ and Inter-Alliance Dialogue Presenting before Congressional Progressive Caucus

GGJ Representatives Jihan Gearon of the Indigenous Environmental Network and Tammy Bang Luu of the Labor Community Strategy Center are presenting testimony before the Congressional Progressive Caucus this morning at 10am eastern. Tammy and Jihan are part of a delegation of the Inter-Alliance Dialogue to present on the theme: Voices from the Front Lines: A Recovery Package for Democracy. The delegation will present on a range of issues including housing, workers rights, immigrant rights and environmental/climate justice.