MEDIA ADVISORY FOR:
Tuesday, October 24, 2006

CONTACT:
Lynda Tran
202-907-1172

Morning after hundreds of janitors kick-off strike in downtown Houston…

Striking Janitors to Address City Leaders, Begin Roving Picket Lines

Workers to continue to walk off the job, take call for good jobs with health care to the community

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS THIS WEEK – Please check for revised times and locations

 

Tuesday, October 24
9:30AM Janitors Address City Council Session
Outside Houston City Hall, Bagby Street side
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6:00PM Roving Picket Lines with Striking Janitors
Picket lines starting outside 1100 Louisiana, Downtown Houston

Wednesday, October 25
5:00PM City’s Leaders to Join Janitors’ Picket Lines
Outside 1100 Louisiana, Downtown Houston
Houston elected leaders, Andrew Stern, SEIU International Executive President, janitors

SATURDAY, October 28
2:00PM MARCH FOR JUSTICE
Grady Park, Galleria
Houston elected, faith, and community leaders, janitors, families, other supporters

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