The World March of Women and the Red Latinoamericana Mujeres Transformando la Economía join all feminist organizations and social movements from Honduras to condemn and strongly reject the military coup against president Manuel Zelaya Rosales, organised by the Army and the President of the National Congress, Roberto Micheletti, with the support of the mass media controlled by the oligarchy of that country.
Vía Campesina - Honduras Ante EL GOLPE DE ESTADO perpetrado por los militares y grupos poderosos en contra de toda la hondureñidad; comunicamos lo siguiente:
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.
As we all know, our country is in an economic crisis. People are losing their jobs, their homes, their ability to provide their children with quality education, and their ability to retire with dignity and peace of mind. The cost of the most basic necessities such as health care, utilities, and fuel continue to skyrocket. In this current economic crisis, the worst since the Great Depression of the 1930’s, workers and their communities need more opportunities to get ahead.
¡Aparten la Fecha!
La Alianza Popular para la Justicia Global (GGJ) esta emprendiendo la 1ra escuela para la construcción del movimiento
Entendiendo al Capitalismo, la Crisis Actual, y las Alternativas
Escuela de tres días, julio 10, 11 y 12 del 2009
En Providence, Rhode Island
DARE será el anfitrión del evento
SAVE THE DATE!
GGJ is launching our 1st school for movement building
Understanding Capitalism, the Current Crisis, and the Alternatives
3-day school, July 10, 11, 12, 2009
Providence, Rhode Island, hosted by DARE
Dear Environmental Justice friends and allies,
Members of UE Local 1110 who work at Republic Windows and Doors in Chicago are occupying the plant around the clock this weekend, in an effort to force the company and its main creditor to meet their obligations to the workers. Their goal is to at least get the compensation that workers are owed; they also seek the resumption of operations at the plant. All 260 members of the local were laid off Friday in a sudden plant closing, brought on by Bank of America cutting off operating credit to the company.
This weekend President Bush will convene leaders of the world's wealthiest nations to address the financial crises. We, along with thousands of organizations worldwide, believe that those who made this mess should not be the ones trying to fix it. Looking back on the last three decades of economic policies, the world's leaders should ask one fundamental question: Who pays and who benefits?