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Coalition for Worker and Immigrant Rights Rally

Press Release
March 16, 2009

Teresa Gutierrez        Co-Coordinadora
Sergio Aguirre                    Organizador  917-608-2678
Tatiana Bejar            Coordinadora de Prensa 917-597-6941

Día:             Martes, 17 de Marzo
Hora:          12:30 pm
Lugar:        Union Square, Manhattan

Una muy importante conferencia de prensa para el día Martes 17 de marzo en La plaza Union Square, Manhattan , realizara la Coalición 1 de Mayo para Derechos del Trabajador y del Inmigrante.
Miembros de grupos de inmigrantes, sindicatos, jornaleros, estudiantes, activistas de derechos humanos, y los trabajadores en general que son parte de la Coalición 1º Mayo para los Derechos del Trabajador y del Inmigrante anunciaremos  los  próximos pasos en el camino para lograr el mismo éxito de las pasadas manifestaciones de inmigrantes en la ciudad de Nueva York y otras ciudades de América.

En dicha conferencia Convocaremos públicamente a la gran jornada de movilización del día 1 de Mayo del 2009

Cada 1 de mayo en que se conmemora el Día Internacional del Trabajador  la coalición ha organizado por 4 años consecutivos grandes jornadas de protesta en defensa de los derechos de los inmigrantes y trabajadores.
Por una reforma migratoria ahora, las exigencias al reconocimiento de derechos humanos para todos los inmigrantes, el fin inmediato de las redadas y deportaciones que afectan a miles de familias trabajadoras inmigrantes, el término de los crímenes raciales, invitamos a esta multitudinaria jornada en Nueva York.
Teresa Gutierrez        Co-Coordinator
Sergio Aguirre            Organizador  917-608-2678
Tatiana Bejar            Coordinadora de Prensa 917-597-6941

Date:          Tuesday, March 17th
Time:          12:30 pm
Place:         Union Square, Manhattan

The May 1st Coalition for Worker and Immigrant Rights will organize a press conference on Tuesday, March 17th at 12:30pm at Union Square, in Manhattan.
Members of immigrant groups, unions, laborers, students, human rights activists, and workers in general who are part of the May 1st Coalition Worker and Immigrant Rights will announce the next steps on the path to achieve the same success of past demonstrations of immigrants in the city of New York and other American cities.

The Coalition May 1st will make a public call to mobilize workers and immigrants for a big rally that will be held on May 1, 2009.

Every May 1st workers and immigrants commemorate the International Day of Labor in which the Coalition has been organizing rallies for 4 consecutive years. The rallies express protest for the week situation immigrants and workers and the defense of their human rights.
The Coalition demands are an immediate immigration reform, the recognition of human rights for all immigrants, for a prompt end of raids and deportations that are affecting thousands of immigrants working families, and to stop racial crimes.

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