Please Get Involved in Texas Activities
Support the activities of workers and their allies. Please consider helping with these:
Oct 19: “No More Business As Usual Day” national actions sponsored by AFL-CIO. Early voting rally in San Antonio at 9 AM at Crossroads Mall next to Dave & Busters.
Oct 19: Noon-5 PM. Picnic for Dow Chemical Workers & supporters at Texas City Rotary Pavilion, 1700 5th Avenue North in Texas City. Austin early voting rally 11:30 AM to 7 PM at Pinky’s Pagers, E 7th & Calle in Austin. Opportunity to congratulate Congressman Lloyd Doggett for his excellent representation in the session just closed
Oct 20: Iconoclastic intellectual Noam Chomsky speaks in Austin. Contact www.austinagainstwar.org. A Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) banquet at 3:30 PM at Sunnyside Multi Service Center, 4605 Wilmington & Cullen, Houston. Early voting rally beforehand. Call 713-733-6440 for info
Oct 21: (Every Monday) Starting at 4:30 PM, demo at Dallas City Hall against invasion of Iraq. Click for info
Oct 21: 11:30 AM. Rally at the Records Building, 500 Elm, in downtown Dallas to emphasize the first day of early voting
Oct 23: Houston AFL-CIO meeting, 7:30 PM. 2505 Sutherland. See http://home.workfam.com
Oct 24: 11:30 AM. Rally against corporate corruption. Meet 11:15 at Dallas Art Museum on Ross with National Campaign for Jobs and Income Support. March a short distance to confront one of America’s most questionable corporations. Their group then will head for Waco and Crawford for more actions!
Oct 25: Peace actions in Crawford, TX, and around the world. Contact www.austinagainstwar.org
Oct 26: 11 AM. Peace rally at State Capitol. Contact www.austinagainstwar.org. Conference afterward, 2-8 PM. National demos have been called by A.N.S.W.E.R., Act Now to Stop War & End Racism at www.internationalanswer.org
Nov 1: Last day of early voting
Nov 5: Regular election day