The Militant - Vol.64/No.30 - July 31, 2000 -- Fiji rightists gain concessions, release hostages
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SOCIALIST WORKERS CAMPAIGN
FRONT PAGE ARTICLES
Striking coal miners reach out for solidarity
Win support from PACE union at Chevron, call rally
 
UN committee backs Puerto Rico independence
 
Outspoken rightist to head Canada party
 
Minnesota meat packers press fight for union
FEATURE ARTICLES
Cop violence sparks protest in Philadelphia
 
Florida UNITE workers score gain in strike
 
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A socialist newsweekly published in the interests of working people
Vol. 64/No. 30July 31, 2000

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Join July 26 UMWA rally in Denver!
Coal miners on strike against Pittsburg and Midway in New Mexico and Wyoming are planning a joint march and rally--initiated by United Mine Workers of America Locals 1307 and 1332--in Denver on July 26. It will take place at P&M headquarters, off I-25 at Englewood and Arapaho, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. For more information on the action, call the UMWA regional office in Denver at (888) 367-8692, or (303) 425-7110, or Local 1307 at (307) 877-1443.
 
August 26 national march to protest cop brutality
The "Redeem the Dream" demonstration, marking the 37th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington, was initiated by Alfred Sharpton, president of the National Action Network, and Martin Luther King III, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC). The march, to be held at the Lincoln Memorial, will demand "action by the White House and Congress to penalize offenders of racial profiling and police brutality," according to a fact sheet distributed by the National Action Network. Other Black rights organizations that have endorsed the demonstration besides the SCLC include the NAACP, National Urban League, National Council for Negro Women, and Rainbow Coalition. For more information about the event, call 1-877-9-REDEEM.
 
 
 
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