From Tamon Norimoto, Asian Americans for Community Involvement
“Please join us to learn about how the South Bay labor movement is helping working families in the service sector fight for economic justice and how you and your job in Corporate Cubicle Company can affect the implementation of progressive labor policies. Labor activism in the Silicon Valley looks very different then you think – our panelists will share real life stories about why and how they got involved in the labor movement and what difference it’s making in all of our lives. Their stories about standing up and fighting for respect will inspire you in the most unexpected ways.”
Thursday, July 10, 2008
7pm – 9pm – (Registration opens at 6:30pm)
Ironworkers Hall- South Bay Labor Council
2102 Almaden Road, Room 110
San Jose CA 95125 view map
To RSVP, please visit our Evite
Donations support refreshments, room rental, misc costs, and fee waivers.
Recommended donation for program and food: $10 – $20
No one will be turned away for lack of funds.