On 1 May, workers all over the world will celebrate May Day.
MAY DAY MAY 1st 2010
assemble 12 noon at Clerkenwell Green
Speakers for 2010 include
FIGHTING FOR JOBS
FIGHTING FOR PUBLIC SERVICES
We are being told to pay for the bankers gambling by losing jobs, taking cuts in pay & conditions and slashing public services; we are being strangled by the anti-union laws trying to prevent us resisting; we face the attempts to cause division by the fascist BNP; internationally we see the same attack on workers but with massive fightbacks as in Greece and Spain; we see continuing costly wars and failure to resolve key issues like Palestine. The list goes on.
May Day is when we can bring issues together. To show support for jobs, for public services, for our rights.
SUPPORT MAY DAY
To respond to these challenges we need the maximum unity for workers across the country and across the world. May Day is the opportunity to speak with a united voice. To celebrate what we want the world to be. To celebrate our resistance to the attacks on us.
May Day began as an international workers day calling for an 8 hour working day—still a demand for many workers— and continues to voice workers demands.
You could join the organising committee—you could raise it in your union and other organisation to get support—you can send donations—you can plan ways to publicise May Day. You can come on May 1st.
May Day needs YOU. Give support now.
May Day in Nottingham, England: here.