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Deregulation, Privatization & Union-busting-
Laying Down the Gauntlet

The Bush administration is moving to privatize 850,000 federal jobs. At the same time they have eliminated labor rights for 170,000 workers of the "HomeLand Security Department. Labor On the Job will look at this process not only in San Francisco but nationally and internationally.
Joining the program will be AFGE3899 Louis Garcia, Energy Economist Eugene Coyle and LIUNA member and former Presidio federal worker Charlie Minster. Coyle will also report on his presentation at an anti privatization conference in Seoul, Korea where trade unionists from throughout the world joined together to compare notes on deregulation and privatization.


Racism From Wonderbread to FedEx
Join labor discrimination and civil rights lawyer Waukeen McCoy as he exposes the continuing flagrant racism in the workplace. After successfully winning a suit against Wonderbread he is now challenging the policies of the FedEx corporation.

Thursday March 13  8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
ATT Cable Channel 29
San Francisco, California

"Labor On The Job" is programmed the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month on San Francisco Cable Channel 29 at 8:00 PM.

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