Striking Ming Pao workers visit Occupy Toronto

Wednesday, October 26, 2011 - 00:00 to 01:00

Solidarity Tuesday at Occupy Toronto

This Tuesday: Striking Ming Pao workers visit Occupy Toronto

Every Tuesday, the Greater Toronto Workers' Assembly (GTWA) will hold an open meeting at the Occupation Toronto Base Camp at St. James Park. East of Church on King. The purpose of these meetings is to build solidarity between the occupy movement and workers in struggle. Please spread the word and join us.

This Tuesday October 25th at 8pm the GTWA will bring striking workers from Ming Pao newspaper to Occupy Toronto. Join us as we make the connection between their struggle and the occupation movement and examine how we can we support each other.

Solidarity! Resistance! Change!

 

Occupy Toronto camp St. James Park.
East of Church on King
Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 29.0952" N, 79° 23' 4.866" W
Ontario CA
Greater Toronto Workers Assembly

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