UPDATE--Join an International Day of Action in solidarity with Colombian GM workers on hunger strike.
9/17 will mark two weeks of hunger striking by these brave workers demanding justice.
Support them by joining protests at GM headquarters, at CEO Dan Akerson's home and at other sites around the country. Participate in your community by visiting your local GM dealership or fasting for the day.
Scroll to the bottom or visit http://bit.ly/Sept17GM for more information, including protest times and locations in other cities.
ASOTRECOL, the association of injured Colombian workers who were wrongfully fired by GM due to workplace injuries, announced that their sixth attempt at mediation with GM Colmotores in Colombia ended without a settlement.
These workers urgently need your help to ensure that GM returns to the negotiating table, this time with an offer in hand that meets their simple demands: just compensation for their workplace injuries and reintegration into GM's workforce or an acceptable financial settlement.
Visit http://bit.ly/Sept17GM to follow the latest developments and to get involved.
Where: 4920 NE 14th Place
When: 9/17 from 4pm sharp
What: S17 March in Solidarity with Injured General Motors Workers & in Celebration of Occupy Wall Street 1 Year Anniversary. March will begin at the east end of the Burnside Bridge (at intersection with MLK) and end at St. Francis Park with one stop at a Chevy dealer along the way. Peaceful, noisy march beginning at 4pm sharp. Free event, everyone welcome, bring something to make noise with for extra fun!
FaceBook Event Page Here: http://www.facebook.com/events/489738221054557/
Organized by Witness For Peace: http://www.facebook.com/WFPeace/events
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