May Day Activities Manchester
May 1, 2008
There will be a May Day March in Machester, on 5 May, assemble 11:30 at All Saints Park on Oxford Road (MMU Campus)
Health Care for All: No withdrawal of healthcare to refugees
Keep The NHS Public. Defend Public Services. No Privatisation
Solidarity with Karen Reissman
For A Decent Living Wage: No Pay Freeze
Fight for Trade Union Rights.
The march will be followed by at the Friends Meeting House, food provided. Paul Mason, a BBC Journalist, will discuss his new book “Live Working or Die Fighting, how the Working Class went Global”; discussion of the Flying Pickets with authors Dave Ayre, Reuben Barker, Jim French, Jimmy Graham & Dave Harker; and Will Kaufman sings Woody Guthrie.
Organised by the Manchester Trades Union Council, Trades Unions for Refugees, RAPAR, human rights organisations working with displaced people, Manchester Committee to Defend Asylum Seekers.