An e-mailer mistakenly, for some reason, thinks this blog is a liberal blog and they sent me to a web site name Jobs for Justice blog.
Well, they have a list rallies that will be held in the very near future. These rallies are not some poor government employee run rallies, they are well organized and more than likely run by Democrats from Washington.
Some activities coming up: The week of February 21st, workers, community, faith, and students will come together to rally in support of workers under attack in Wisconsin and across the country. Below is a list of actions we know are planned so far. More details are coming in all the time, so check back for updates. Post in the comments if you’re planning something & we’ll add it to the list.
(Last updated February 20, 2011 at 3:30pm)
Juneau, AKTuesday, February 22 . 12:00pm, Contact AFSCME for details
Little Rock, ARWednesday, February 23 . 11:30am, State Capitol
Phoenix, AZTuesday, February 22 . Contact AFSCME for details
Palmdale, CATuesday, February 22 . 5:30pm. Vigil at Poncitian Square
Sacramento, CATuesday, February 22 . 5:30pm. State Capitol, West steps
San Diego, CATuesday, February 22 . 4:30pm. 3737 Camino del Rio South
Denver, COTuesday, February 22 . 12:00pm, Colorado State House
Hartford, CTWednesday, February 23 . 12:00pm, State Capitol West Steps
Atlanta, GAWednesday, February 23. 4:00pm. State Capitol
Chicago, ILMonday, February 21 . 6:00am, Plumber’s Hall. Buses to Madison, WI returning at 9pm. Contact Chicago JwJ to reserve a seat.
Indianapolis, INMonday, February 21 · 9:00am – 5:00pm, Indiana State House, Room 156A in the basement. This is a hearing on IN’s Right to Work Bill.
South Bend, INMonday, February 21 . 10:00am. Teamsters Local 364 2405 East Edison Rd. Workers’ Rights Board Hearing on Right to Work
Note that they have buses from Chicago going to Madison for the rally.
Also funny, is that Jobs with Justice has no coalition affiliated with them from Wisconsin.
So, if you live in the States mentioned and there are several more, beware of a bunch of unsavory people from out of state to march in which they have no connection.
So, again, if anyone thinks that these rallies are just a bunch of teachers and state and local government workers, they are sadly mistaken.