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Unite and Mobilize!

UNITE, MOBILIZE
AGAINST TRUMP
FOR THE WORLD WE WANT

FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2017

INDEPENDENCE PARK, NEWARK, NJ
2:00 PM RALLY, MARCH,
(Van Buren St & Walnut St.)

5:00 PM-7:00 PM POPULAR ASSEMBLY
123 Ackerson Hall, 180 University Ave, Rutgers-Newark
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Trump seeks to divide us, to rob us to make the rich richer. We refuse to fight over the crumbs that the billionaires leave us, race against race, men against women, citizen against immigrant. Instead we will unite to demand what we ALL need. We need to take the cake, not the crumbs. We need to take it away from the rich, from the corporations, from capitalism--take it to build the world we want. We—workers, students, immigrants—do the work. If we unite, we have the power to change the world!

WE DEMAND:

  1. FREE COLLEGE, HEALTHCARE, TRANSPORTATION, HOUSING, AND CLEAN ENERGY FOR ALL / JOBS FOR ALL

    A democratically-controlled federal public works and public service program to provide free education (through college), free healthcare, free housing, free transportation and free clean energy FOR ALL. The program will have direct government employment with good wages and reduced hours. Fund the program by taxing the wealthy and corporations, slashing weapons spending and ending all US wars and occupations. Through this program, provide environmentally-sustainable jobs and training FOR ALL who want them, including all immigrants and the formerly incarcerated.

  2. EQUAL RIGHTS AND CITIZENSHIP FOR ALL WHO LIVE HERE

    Equal rights FOR ALL who live here, including the right to vote. End all deportations and detentions without charge. End mass incarceration. Unconditional defense of the rights of women to control their bodies, and of the rights of all, regardless of race, religion, birthplace or any other distinction. Unlimited right to unionize, to organize and to strike.

  3. PUBLIC BANKS FOR ALL

    Nationalization of all finance (banking, insurance, etc.) under democratic control.

DISMANTLE THE RACIST, SEXIST CAPITALIST SYSTEM

To win these demands, we need a movement independent of the Democrats and Republicans. Winning them means taking the first giant steps from capitalism to socialism, sweeping away the racism, sexism, nationalism and other oppressions that have been used to divide us. Winning them means moving from the Power of the Few to the Power of ALL.

Click for more information on these demands and why we need to win them.

Movement for Socialism
NJ May 1/Jobs for All
15 Now New Jersey,
Peoples Organization for Progress,
National Day Laborers Organizing Network,
NJ Green Party,
Newark Education Workers
Anakbayan-USA

Next planning meeting: Saturday, Jan.14, 2:00 PM
157 Lafayette St, in the Ironbound section of Newark
info@njMay1.org


Conference

A People's History of Hurricane Katrina Conference

Sunday, August 30
3-8 PM
First Unitarian Universalist Church, 5212 S Claiborne (corner of Jefferson Ave.)
New Orleans, La.

Mitch Landrieu and his Walmart, Entergy, Rockefeller Foundation, and other capitalist �partners� are putting on their �Katrina 10: A Resilient New Orleans� commemoration to cover up the ruling class�s crimes.

Come to a People�s History of Katrina Conference to hear the truth about the capitalist crimes inflicted on New Orleans� working class, the resistance to these attacks, and the continuing liberation fight against capitalist destruction and for a real working class reconstruction of New Orleans, the USA and World.

Click for a WORD document of the event or Click for a PDF of the event


Conference

People's Conference on the
Fight for Jobs, Peace, Equality, and Justice

Save the Date

Saturday October 19th 2013, 8am to 6pm
Rutgers University - Newark
Paul Robeson Campus Center
350 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Newark, NJ

**UNITE OUR MOVEMENTS TO
Determine Demands • Develop Plans of Actions • Commit to Work for**

A National Jobs Program at a Living Wage—Healthcare for All—Education—Affordable Housing—Justice—Peace

Sponsored by the People�s Organization for Progress
&
Endorsers of the 381 Daily People�s Protest Campaign for Jobs, Peace, Equality, and Justice

For information call: 973-801-0001 or 973-951-3369

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Meeting

Next meeting NJ Immigrant and Workers Rights Coalition Sunday, October 16, 4:00 PM at 187 Lafayette St., Newark, NJ


Protest

October 5th at 4PM

Gather at Independence Park, across from Eastside High Schoo l

March to Essex County Court House (Springfield and West Market St in Newark)

to Demand:

JOBS FOR ALL

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Lecture / Discussion

The battle for a jobs program in the 1930�s and the sit-down strikes of 1936-37.

Free Public Slide Lecture and Discussion
By Jeanette Gabriel
Sunday May 22 at 4pm in Newark

Click here for the flyer giving further information       In Spanish


Special Meeting April 17th

Special Meeting of NJ Immigrant and Workers Rights Coalition

Sunday, April 17th 3:00 to 6:00 PM St. James Church, Newark 143 Madison St., Newark (enter through parking lot).

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Protest April 27th

TAKE ACTION AND PROTEST AGAINST THE SEPARATION OF FAMILIES

WEDNESDAY APRIL 27 AT 7:30 a.m.
RODINO FEDERAL BUILDING
970 BROAD STREET
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

Don�t let Wanderson DaSilva be the Next Victim of Injustice!

US Immigration laws are unconstitutional! Nowhere in the Constitution is Congress given the right to condemn people to exile just for the �crime� of being born elsewhere. No law that Congress has passed makes being here without proper documents into a crime. And if it were a crime, defendants would have the right to be tried by a jury of their peers.
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May Day Rally

May 1st, 12 Noon
Independence Park, Newark

Meet at the corner of Van Buren and Walnut Streets.

Today, one in six Americans is unemployed or underemployed, and one in four is among African-Americans and Latinos. Public workers are under attack and education, health and other vital public services are being slashed. Today, there is only one way to create jobs�the government must hire workers directly at good pay to do the work that needs to be done. The public sector needs to be vastly expanded, not cut!

Read the details in English, Español Or in PDF format in English, Español


February 12-13, 2011 Conference


New Jersey Conference on
Legalization For All, Jobs for All


Read the flyer in English or Spanish
Conference program in English

December 12th Meeting


NJ Immigrant and Worker Rights Coalition will be having its next meeting Sunday, December 12 at 2:00 PM at St. James Church, 143 Madison St, Newark (cafeteria, enter through the parking lot).

Please send your agenda items. Agenda items include planning for NJ Conference on Jobs for All, Legalization for All January 29-30, possible March demonstration (Elizabeth or other), May 1 event, possible independent electoral campaigns in 2011 and plans for expanded outreach.


NJ State-Wide Meeting September 12


There will be an important state-wide meeting of NJ immigrant rights groups, unions and community groups on Sunday, September 12, 2:00 to 5:30 PM at St. James Church cafeteria, 143 Madison St., Newark (enter through parking lot). This meeting is open to all.The meeting has the goal of reaching an agreement among all of us on demands, future actions and a more permanent way of cooperation, such as a state-wide coalition.

As of this writing activists participating in this meeting include those from the following organizations (partial list in formation, alphabetically) : Casa Freehold, CWA Local 1032, Day Laborers of Freehold, First Friends, IRATE, Jobs for All Campaign/NJMay1, Jornaleros Unidos of Passaic, NJ Dream Act Coalition, Pax Christi-NJ, Wind of the Spirit. Please send us any additions or corrections to this list (info@njmay1.org).


Study Group March 6th


The next study group on the history of the workers movement will be held Saturday, March 6 at 2:00 PM at at Alvarez Cafe, 511 Elizabeth Ave., Elizabeth NJ.We will start looking at the main trends that all claimed to derive from the work of Marx: reformism, Leninism and Luxemburgism. One reading is excerpts from Rosa Luxemburg�s pamphlet Reform or Revolution (1898). (Feel free to read the whole thing!) The second is an article from the current issue of Mass Strike relating the debates between Lenin and Luxemburg to the present day.

http://www.luxemburgism.lautre.net/pdf/mass-strike-2.pdf, p.4-8

http://www.marxists.org/archive/luxemburg/1900/reform-revolution/intro.htm
http://www.marxists.org/archive/luxemburg/1900/reform-revolution/ch01.htm
http://www.marxists.org/archive/luxemburg/1900/reform-revolution/ch02.htm
http://www.marxists.org/archive/luxemburg/1900/reform-revolution/ch07.htm
http://www.marxists.org/archive/luxemburg/1900/reform-revolution/ch08.htm

In Spanish

See attached article

http://www.marxists.org/espanol/luxem/01Reformaorevolucion_0.pdf

p.37-50, p.72-87 (numbers at bottom of page)