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Resolution to Endorse the September 29, 2001 Mobilization Against Bush Administration

WHEREAS the Bush Administration and the corporations it serves pose a grave threat to the poor, to all working people, and to organized labor both in the United States and everywhere else on the planet; and
WHEREAS the Bush Administration and the corporations it serves oppose to a woman’s right to choose and has already withdrawn support to Family Planning Agencies who offer abortion counseling as an option;
WHEREAS the Bush Administration and the corporations it serves oppose equal rights for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender persons as well as Hate Crimes Legislation; and
WHEREAS the Bush Administration and the corporations it serves has appointed John Ashcroft as Attorney-General and continues to support the Death Penalty;
WHEREAS the Bush Administration and the corporations it serves seeks to build an unnecessary new missile defense system and to waste billions of dollars on an inflated pentagon budget; and
WHEREAS a united coalition of the oppressed, organized Labor, People of Color, Women, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender People can lead the way to mobilize mass protest against these dangerous and reactionary policies;
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that National Pride at Work endorses the Sept. 29. Mobilization initiated by the International Action Center from New York City
Partial List of Initial Endorsers (as of June 1):
Ruth Holbrook, President, Sacramento, CA Central Labor Council; Walter Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer, San Francisco Central Labor Council; David Sole, President, UAW Local 2443; Martha Grevatt, National Secretary, Pride at Work; Bishop Tomas Gumbleton of Detroit, Michigan; Leslie Feinberg; Former Attorney-General Ramsey Clark; Nicaragua Solidarity Network; Ossie Davis; United American Indians of New England; David Dinkins, former Mayor of New York City; Howard Zinn; Rev. Lucius Walker, IFCO Pastors for Peace;
International Action Center
Submitted by: Gerry Scoppettulo, NH Pride At Work


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