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April 29, 2016

New Verizon Strike Update

Filed under: Labor Solidarity — nyclaw01 @ 10:31 am

From: Letwin, Michael
Date: Fri, Apr 29, 2016 at 11:31 AM
Subject: New Verizon Strike Update

Update below. Also attached FYI, is a new flyer from the LAS Health Law Unit about health coverage for Verizon strikers.

Yesterday, Verizon presented what it described as its “last, best, and final offer” to your bargaining teams in Philadelphia and Westchester.

Unfortunately, their “last and best” was little more than the “same old bullshit.”

Here’s what they offered that was new: an additional 1% in wages, one year of corporate profit-sharing, and at last, they backed off at least part of their demand to be able to transfer workers for two months anywhere in the footprint. (They are however, still insisting on the right to transfer workers out of state for two months if the worker can commute home in the evening).

We of course welcome higher wages and these other changes. But what good is a wage increase if we cannot ensure that our jobs will be around a year or two from now?

The company’s latest offer fails to address the union’s commitment to preserve job security and good jobs for our members in our communities.

There was no movement on the closing of call centers, which could lead to subcontracting and offshoring of our work.
They barely budged on the issue of protecting our share of the call center work.
They gave us an insulting proposal on contracting out plant work that does not return any contracted work to the bargaining unit, but might possibly slow down further contracting in the future.
Preservation of the “job security letter” is still linked to declaring surpluses by organization and eliminating seniority protections for transfers.
They are still looking to reduce our disability benefits.
They are still proposing to freeze pension accruals at 30 years.
There is still not one word about improving the wages, benefits and working conditions of Verizon Wireless retail store employees or a fair contract for the VZW techs.
Even before the company finished up this insulting presentation, it posted videos on its website designed to persuade our members that this was a reasonable offer and that we should end our strike.

Your bargaining committee was infuriated by this move in particular, and blasted the company for its arrogance and unwillingness after 10 months of bargaining to address the concerns of 39,000 CWA and IBEW members from Massachusetts to Virginia. As usual, we are prepared to continue bargaining towards a fair contract.

The company can call their proposals whatever they want: “last, best, final”; “first and worst”; “the greatest thing since sliced bread.” Calling it the “last, best and final” is just a tired way of trying to intimidate our members into accepting a contract that we can’t live with. It hasn’t worked in the past, and it won’t work now.

We will continue bargaining and striking until we get the contract that you deserve. The strike is incredibly effective. Picket lines are strong across the footprint. Business in Wireless stores has plummeted.

The scabs are making mistakes right and left, endangering themselves and the public with their unsafe practices—two of them nearly electrocuted themselves cutting a LIPA electric line in Garden City yesterday, and others dropped a telephone pole on a customer’s house in New Jersey—and they are failing to get any work accomplished. A restaurant in New Brunswickfeatured a sign in the window that their online reservations system has been down because Verizon couldn’t fix their internet for 8 days, and that Verizon was being very unhelpful.

We are continuing to escalate the strike. We are spreading picketing at Wireless stores across the country. We are headed to the shareholders meeting in Albuquerque a week from today.

Meanwhile, your bargaining committee is working on next steps and will keep you posted on any new developments in bargaining.

Stay strong, stay united, stay militant. We are winning.

In Solidarity,

Your CWA NE/NY Bargaining Team
Make sure you are receiving text alerts. Text the word FIGHT to 69866

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501 3rd Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001

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April 28, 2016

Statement from the Attorneys of Color Caucus of the Association (ACLA) of Legal Aid Attorneys (Akai Gurley)

Filed under: Civil Rights,Criminal Justice,Indigent Defense,Police Abuse,Racism — nyclaw01 @ 12:00 am

Statement from the Attorneys of Color Caucus of the Association (ACLA) of Legal Aid Attorneys

We stand here today for our clients, and all communities suffering the injustice and indignities caused by the actions of the NYPD and supported by the criminal justice system. As public defenders, we represent poor and working class communities that are predominantly people of color. We represent young Black and Latino men, who are overwhelmingly impacted by racist policies, such as Stop and Frisk and Broken Windows. They represent the majority of arrests in New York City.

From this perspective, we express our outrage and disappointment at the disparate treatment and consideration given to Peter Liang, treatment that is never given to our clients.

Akai Gurley joins a long list of young men of color infamously murdered or assaulted by the NYPD, including Eric Garner, Ramarley Graham, Amadou Diallo, Patrick Dorismond, Anthony Baez and Abner Louima. Yet police officers are almost never indicted -let alone convicted-for their crimes, and when they are finally convicted for their crimes, they are given special treatment in sentencing by District Attorneys and judges.

Rarely does the District Attorney’s office ever recommend probation after obtaining a guilty verdict after a jury trial. More often than not, irrespective of the charges, violent or nonviolent, the DA’s office recommends jail time for our clients. That is especially true in crimes involving serious physical injury.

In his letter to Judge Chun, D.A. Thompson listed a number of reasons why mitigation should be considered in giving Peter Liang sentencing. He listed the lack of Liang’s criminal record, and considered the reasons for confinement and rehabilitative needs of the defendant. The last paragraph of that letters states: “There are no winners here…we believe the sentence we propose is fair and just under the circumstances of this case.”

Our clients are human beings and deserve that same consideration that the District Attorney’s office showed Peter Liang in their sentencing recommendation.

To this end, we stand here today to demand the following:

We demand fair treatment in sentencing of the clients that we represent. The District Attorney’s office should consider their rehabilitative needs, as they considered it in Liang’s case.

We demand that the City and District Attorney’s office fully fund and expand alternatives to incarceration, such as the YCP Program, CASES, and the Fortune Society.

We demand the City and District Attorney end the Broken Windows theory of policing. Broken Windows is a repressive approach to policing that promotes quality-of-life arrests as a way to deter other crimes. After so many years, it is clear that this theory of policing has been utilized to justify the harassment and incarceration of poor communities and communities of color, resulting in thousands of arrest warrants for unanswered petty summons tickets. Under these policies, warrants and incarceration are the City’s default rather than exception. We demand an end to vertical patrols in public housing. We demand an end to racist policies that create disproportionate arrests of young men of color.

We also demand an end to the D.A.’s policy of Operation Spotlight. Operation Spotlight is a term used by the D.A. to characterize individuals who have been arrested multiple times for misdemeanor crimes. Their policy is to recommend a year in jail, regardless of whether all those prior arrest resulted in a conviction. These clients are often charged with jumping the turnstile, minor drug possession, shoplifting, and other non-violent misdemeanor crimes. Operation Spotlight does not take into consideration any mitigating factor of the alleged crime, the needs of the individual, or the circumstances of the case.

We demand an end to the mass incarceration of Black and Latino communities.

We demand respect and recognition that Black and Latino lives matter. The disparate treatment Peter Liang received, as an officer of the New York City Police Department, who killed a young black man, is a reflection of the organized hostility toward poor communities of color. The criminal justice system continues to send a clear message every day that Black and Latino lives are of less value. We cannot support any system that devalues Black and Latino lives. We cannot support any system where jail replaces schools, where jails replace programs to end poverty, and where jails replace fully funded public health programs.

Our clients are human beings and they deserve the same consideration that the District Attorney’s office showed Peter Liang.
Signed,

The Attorneys of Color Caucus (ACLA) of the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys (ALAA)
ALAA, Local 2325 Executive Board
UAW Region 9a NYC CAP Council
National Conference of Black Lawyers, NY Chapter

*Titles listed for affiliation only

Greg Johnston, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Martin R. Stolar, Attorney-at-law
Diane Akerman, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Lauren Katzman, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Rebecca Kavanaugh, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Daniella Korotzer, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Michael Letwin, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Alexandra H. Smith, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Renate Lunn, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Jeremy Frederickson, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Izel Fortunato, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Danielle Jones, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Steve Wasserman, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Willoughby Jenett, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Dana Cohen, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Eliza Pacheco, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Lily Goetz, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Bahar Ansari, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Alexander Smith, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Danielle Arbogast, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Nora Carroll, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Lester Helfman, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Richard Blum, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Helene Busby, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Crystal Baker-Burr, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Nora Van Dusen, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Sara Evans-Devita, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Andrea Bible, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Perry McCall, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Nesta Johnson, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Dale Ventura, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Jason Wu, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Bharati Narumanchi, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Kathleen Kelleher, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Kesha Jagdeo, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Susan Welber, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Elon Harpaz, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Sarah Young, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Jessica Bettencourt, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Susan Sternberg, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
Gretchen Brownscheidle, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society

Sources:

http://www.nyc.gov/html/nypd/downloads/pdf/analysis_and_planning/year_end_2015_enforcement_report.pdf

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/crime/2014/12/edward_banfield_the_racist_classist_origins_of_br oken_windows_policing.html

http://www.salon.com/2014/10/29/more_proof_nypds_beloved_broken_windows_policy_is_a_racist_mess/

https://ccrjustice.org/sites/default/files/assets/files/2008%20Report%20on%20NYPD%20Racial%20Profiling%20& %20Brutality%20to%20UN%20SR%20on%20Racism.pdf

April 27, 2016

TIME: ACLA MAY DAY PROTEST MAY 2 5PM

From: Sampeur, Jane-Roberte
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2016 1:51 PM
To: CRIMINAL ATTYS ALL; 1199 Members; CIVIL BENEFITS CHAT GROUP; CIVIL BKLYN AGING ALL; CIVIL BNO ALL; CIVIL BRONX ALL; CIVIL CONSUMER LAW CHAT GROUP; CIVIL DAP CHAT GROUP; CIVIL EMPLOYMENT LAW ALL; JUVENILE ATTYS ALL; JUVENILE APPEALS ALL; CIVIL EXTERN ATTYS ALL; CIVIL FAMILY CHAT GROUP; CIVIL HCLO ALL; CIVIL HEALTH LAW ALL; CIVIL HOMELESS RIGHTS ALL; CIVIL HOUSING ADVOCATES CHAT GROUP; CIVIL IMMIGRATION ALL; CIVIL LAW REFORM ALL
Cc: Narumanchi, Bharati
Subject: TIME: ACLA MAY DAY PROTEST MAY 2 5PM

**ACLA invites all of Legal Aid to join us in our May Day Protest** 

*End the Mass Criminalization of Black and Brown Communities* 

Let’s express our outrage  over:

–        The disparate treatment given to Peter Liang in sentencing

–        NYPD killing of black men.

–        Injustice and indignities caused by the actions of the NYPD and supported by the criminal justice system.

 

Let’s demand D.A. Thompson and the NYPD:

–        Increase alternatives to incarceration

–        End  outrageous offers given to our clients

–        End unfair and unjust sentencing recommendations

–        End Vertical Patrol

–        End Broken Windows

–        End Operation Spotlight

–        End The War on Drugs

 

When: Monday May 2 at  5PM

Where: In Front of the Brooklyn D.A.’s office

350 Jay Street, Brooklyn

FYI: Occupied Youth: Palestine and Black America (No CLE credit)

From: Letwin, Michael
Date: Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 12:48 PM
Subject: FYI: Occupied Youth: Palestine and Black America (No CLE credit)

Criminal justice parallels. Panel includes various attorneys, including former LAS colleague and current CCR executive director Vince Warren.
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Occupied Youth: Palestine and Black America
Thursday, April 28 at 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM in EDT
Wollman Hall at the New School
66 W 11th St, New York, New York 10011

Details

This round-table conversation will examine the impact of prolonged military occupation on Palestinian youth and draw connections with the struggles for human rights in the United States for communities of color. Palestinian and American civil society leaders will discuss parallels between Israeli military law, and discrimination, police violence, surveillance and systemic injustice in the US.

Participants:

Sahar Francis is a Palestinian lawyer and general director of Addameer Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association. Francis became director in 2005, and has been a human rights legal advocate since 1994. She specializes in issues of Palestinian political prisoners, including ill-treatment and torture, administrative detention, prison conditions, and prisoners’ rights. She has extensive experience litigating in the Israeli Supreme Court and Israeli military court system.

Thenjiwe McHarris is currently working with a team called Blackbird, which is focused on movement building in this current historical moment that centers anti-black racism, state violence and black resistance as part of the ongoing struggle to transform the country. She is also currently working with a number of social justice organizations and movements in the US and is helping to establish a collective for organizers engaged in movement building work around the world. Thenjiwe has spent her entire political and professional career challenging the injustices that imprison people and their communities in a life of poverty and/or one behind bars. She began her political career calling for an end to policies and practices that contributed to acts of torture committed by law enforcement. Most recently, Thenjiwe worked for the U.S. Human Rights Network where she helped coordinate efforts to hold the U.S.G accountable for its human rights violations when the United States was up for review by specific UN Mechanisms.

Khaled Quzmar is a Palestinian lawyer and general director of Defense for Children International – Palestine. Quzmar joined DCIP in 1995 as a lawyer representing Palestinian children in Israeli military courts. He specializes in issues of juvenile justice and grave violations against children during armed conflict, and earned an LL.M in International Human Rights Law from the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland Galway.

Vincent Warren is an American lawyer and executive director of the Center for Constitutional Rights in New York. He oversees CCR’s groundbreaking litigation and advocacy work, which includes using international and domestic law to hold corporations and government officials accountable for human rights abuses, and challenging racial and gender injustice. CCR is committed to the creative use of law as a positive force for social change by combining cutting-edge litigation, advocacy and strategic communications in work on a broad range of civil and human rights issues.

Mohammad Rozzi is a Palestinian scholar from the Gaza Strip who is currently completing his PhD studies in Switzerland. He holds degrees in Childhood Studies and Occupational Therapy, and has worked with a number of organizations operating in the Gaza Strip, including Mercy Corps, Norwegian Refugee Council, Terre de Hommes Lausanne, UNICEF, and World Vision.

FYI: Solidarity Rising, As Two UAW More Graduate Employee Units Endorse Divestment

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From: Letwin, Michael
Date: Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 12:03 PM
Subject: FYI: Solidarity Rising, As Two UAW More Graduate Employee Units Endorse Divestment

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Solidarity Rising: Two More UAW
Graduate Employee Units Endorse BDS!

Joint Statement GSOC-UAW 2110 and GEO-UAW 2322 are Latest Unions to Vote for Divestment
This past week the NYU Graduate Employee Union (GSOC-UAW 2110) and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst Graduate Employee Union (GEO-UAW 2322), both representing 2,000 members each, endorsed by full membership vote the call from all major Palestinian trade unions and civil society groups to impose Boycott, Divest, and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel. . . . In December 2014, the 14,000 student-worker union at the University of California (UAW Local 2865) system passed a similar resolution supporting BDS with 65% in favor.

Context: America’s Labor Unions Are Increasingly Standing with Palestine (Alternet)
Following a well-attended panel hosted by Western Mass Labor for Palestine at the April 16 Jobs With Justice Conference in Springfield, MA, author Vijay Prashad extensively reviews the rise of Labor for Palestine and U.S. trade union support for BDS. Panelists included Prashad, LFP Co-Conveners Suzanne Adely and Michael Letwin, Carol Lambiase (United Electrical Workers), Bill Shortell (International Association of Machinists), and was moderated by WMLFP members Jordy Rosenberg and Ruth Jennison. Prashad’s article concludes by quoting Adely: “Ultimately, building labor solidarity with Palestine and with all anti-racist struggles is part of the fight to build a stronger, democratic union movement.”

Labor to Palestine: We Stand with Palestine in the Spirit of “Sumud”: The U.S. Prisoner, Labor and Academic Solidarity Delegation to Palestine
On April 16, the nineteen-member March 2016 delegation to Palestine, which included LFP Co-convener Jaime Veve and several other trade unionists, issued a powerful report stating, in part: “We join hands with our comrades in the Palestinian labor movement and salute the struggle of striking teachers, labor organizers and workers demanding economic justice, independence and national self-determination from colonial structures. We further pledge to campaign in the ranks of U.S. labor to divest from Israeli bonds and sever ties between the AFL-CIO and the Histadrut.” To host a local event with delegation members, contact palestine.prison. delegation16@gmail.com

Labor in Palestine: Mass Rally Against Approval of New “Social Security” Law (IMEMC)
Thousands of Palestinians, on Tuesday, demonstrated outside of a government building, in the occupied West Bank hub of Ramallah, against the Palestinian Authority’s approval of a new law many believe fails to provide adequate protection for workers. . . . Weeks earlier, a teachers’ strike brought the largest public demonstrations against the PA in years.

Analysis: Eric Lee: The Online Labour Solidarity Whiz who’s ‘Proud to be a Zionist’
In a new article, British BDS activists Peter Waterman discusses the hypocrisy of Zionist anti-BDS spokesperson Eric Lee, owner of the widely-read website, LabourStart.

Download: New Labor for Palestine Pamphlet
Key background documents from Labor for Palestine, prepared for 2016 Labor Notes conference.

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April 20, 2016

Urgent: Please sign and re-post widely: Respect Union Democracy and BDS in GSOC-UAW

From: Letwin, Michael
Date: Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 10:40 AM
Subject: Urgent: Please sign and re-post widely: Respect Union Democracy and BDS in GSOC-UAW 

As labor BDS is beginning to take off, our sister UAW members of GSOC (NYU) are under undemocratic attack from UAW 2110 leadership.

To support them, please sign here: Union officials attempt to cancel elections and silence support for BDS

Union officials attempt to cancel elections and silence support for BDS

NEW YORK: Late Friday night, graduate student workers at New York University were shocked to receive notice from UAW Local 2110 Executive Board that the Local was cancelling the scheduled elections and installing a slate of members to the executive body of the graduate union, GSOC, by default. The incident in Local 2110 could cause major setbacks for UAW efforts to organize graduate workers at other universities. This sudden suspension of union democracy coincides with a much-publicized GSOC referendum on the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, scheduled to take place during elections this week. The news also comes after months of preparation for the elections to GSOC’s Assembly of Stewards and Local 2110’s Joint Council, long scheduled to take place from Monday, April 18, to Thursday, April 21.

April 19, 2016

FYI: 2-4 pm today, 320 Jay Street : Brooklyn Rally for Akai Gurley at Liang Sentencing

Filed under: Civil Rights,Criminal Justice,Police Abuse,Racism,Sentencing — nyclaw01 @ 12:57 pm

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From: Letwin, Michael
Date: Tue, Apr 19, 2016 at 12:57 PM
Subject: FYI: 2-4 pm today, 320 Jay Street : Brooklyn Rally for Akai Gurley at Liang Sentencing

Details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1587990664848177/

April 14, 2016

Verizon Strike Support: 3pm March Across Brooklyn Bridge, and more

Filed under: Labor Solidarity — nyclaw01 @ 1:15 pm

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From: Letwin, Michael
Date: Thu, Apr 14, 2016 at 1:15 PM
Subject: Verizon Strike Support: 3pm March Across Brooklyn Bridge, and more

CWA March Across Brooklyn Bridge (to Cadman Plaza)

April 14, 2016 • 3:00 PM
Foot of Brooklyn Bridge
Outside of Bklyn Bridge/City Hall stop on 4/5/6
New York, NY 10007

“On Thursday, strikers in New York City will march across the Brooklyn Bridge to the debate between Sanders and Hillary Clinton in Brooklyn’s Navy Yard, aiming to garner major media attention. CWA has also asked supporters to save the date on Monday, April 18, for a mass strike rally in midtown Manhattan.”

Other events listed here. 

Flyer: Please print attached (in color) and post widely. 

Why this matters, how we can help: Standing up to Verizon’s war on unions (Socialist Worker)
CWA steward: “People can support us by showing up to picket lines and rallies, by stopping automatic bill pay [if they have a Verizon account] and wearing buttons in support of the union–and by organizing a union in their own workplace!” 

Photos: Brooklyn ALAA 2325 members at yesterday’s strike rally.

April 13, 2016

Today at Noon: Verizon Strike Rally: 395 Flatbush Ave. Ext. (11m walk from office)

Filed under: Labor Solidarity — nyclaw01 @ 10:00 am

From: Letwin, Michael
Date: Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 10:00 AM
Subject: Today at Noon: Verizon Strike Rally: 395 Flatbush Ave. Ext. (11m walk from office)

Google Maps directions

  • CWA Local 1105 Rally April 13, 2016 • 11:30 AMVerizon395 Flatbush Ave Ext Brooklyn , NY 11201 Get Details & RSVP
  • Solidarity Rally with Political & Community Supporters April 13, 2016 • 12:00 PM 395 Flatbush Avenue Extension395 Flatbush Avenue Extension, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Brooklyn, NY 11201 Get Details & RSVP

Verizon Strike Support

Filed under: Labor Solidarity,Uncategorized — nyclaw01 @ 9:48 am

From: Letwin, Michael
Date: Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 9:48 AM
Subject: Verizon Strike Support

Send the message below, sign up for email and text updates. Picket lines and rallies below.

I stand in solidarity with Verizon workers fighting against corporate greed.

On August 1, the union contract covering 39,000 IBEW and CWA members up and down the East Coast expired. Now, workers are working without a contract and continue their fight for a fair agreement while on the job.

Despite making $18 billion in profits in the last 18 months and top executives raking in $249 million over the last five years, Verizon is still insisting on slashing job security, health care, and retirement security, and refuses to engage in serious bargaining towards a fair contract.

At the same time, Verizon refuses to build out FiOS to many underserved communities up and down the East Coast, and has abandoned upkeep of the its landline network, leading to extensive service problems for customers who depend on their landlines.

Verizon needs to get serious at the bargaining table and stop trying to destroy the livelihoods of the workers who make their success possible.

  • CWA Local 1105 Verizon Picket LineApril 13, 2016 • 6:00 AMVerizon395 Flatbush Ave ExtBrooklyn , NY 11201Get Details & RSVP
  • CWA Local 1105 RallyApril 13, 2016 • 11:30 AMVerizon395 Flatbush Ave ExtBrooklyn , NY 11201Get Details & RSVP
  • Solidarity Rally with Political & Community SupportersApril 13, 2016 • 12:00 PM395 Flatbush Avenue Extension395 Flatbush Avenue Extension, Brooklyn, NY 11201Brooklyn, NY 11201Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon Wireless100 Wall StreetNew York, NY 10005Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Picketing 8am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon140 West StNew York, NY 10007Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless277 Canal StreetNew York, NY 10013Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am -5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon Wireless581 BroadwayNew York, NY 10012Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Picketing 8am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon82-86 King StreetNew York, NY 10014Get Details & RSVP
  • CWA Local 1105 Verizon Picket LineApril 13, 2016 • 6:00 AMVerizon204 2nd AveNew York, NY 10003Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless PicketingApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon Wireless859 BroadwayNew York, NY 10003Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless139 5th AveNew York, NY 10010Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Picketing 8am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon237 East 37th StreetNew York, NY 10016Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless1293 BroadwayNew York, NY 10001Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Picketing 8am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon230 West 36th StreetNew York, NY 10018Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless420 Lexington AveNew York, NY 10017Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless342 Madison AveNew York, NY 10017Get Details & RSVP
  • STRIKE KICKOFF PICKET LINEApril 13, 2016 • 6:00 AMVerizon West 36th Street Building230 West 36th St, New York, NY 10018New York, NY 10018Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon Wireless125 West 42nd StreetNew York, NY 10036Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Picketing 8am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon228 East 56th StreetNew York, NY 10022Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless981 3rd AveNew York, NY 10022Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Picketing 8am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon615 West 47th StreetNew York, NY 10036Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless57 West 57th StreetNew York, NY 10019Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless1187 3rd AveNew York, NY 10021Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Picketing 8am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon208 East 79th StNew York, NY 10075Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless157 East 86th StreetNew York, NY 10028Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless2239 BroadwayNew york, NY 10024Get Details & RSVP
  • CWA 1102 Main Picket LineApril 13, 2016 • 9:00 AM1025 Bay StStaten IslandStaten Island, NY 10305Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless2818 BroadwayNew York, NY 10025Get Details & RSVP
  • CWA Local 1105 Verizon Picket LineApril 13, 2016 • 6:00 AMVerizon107-15 70th Rd.Forest Hills, NY 11375Get Details & RSVP
  • Strike Rally for a Fair ContractApril 13, 2016 • 12:00 PMForest Hills CO10715 70th rdforest hills, NY 11375Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 10:00 AMVerizon Wireless166 West 125th StreetNew York, NY 10027Get Details & RSVP
  • STRIKE DAY RALLYApril 13, 2016 • 7:00 AM355 Forest AveStaten IslandStaten Island, NY 10301Get Details & RSVP
  • CWA LOCAL 1000-RALLY IN NEWARK, NEW JERSEYApril 13, 2016 • 12:00 PMVERIZON COMMUNICATION540 BROAD STREETNEWARK, NJ 07102Get Details & RSVP
  • IBEW/CWA Mass Rally in NewarkApril 13, 2016 • 12:00 PMNewark540 Broad St.Newark, NJ 07102Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Wireless Picketing 10am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon Wireless4251 BroadwayNew York, NY 10033Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Picketing 8am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVerizon2300 Randall AveBronx, NY 10473Get Details & RSVP
  • Verizon Picketing 8am-5pmApril 13, 2016 • 8:00 AMVeizon2885 Jerome AveBronx, NY 10468
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