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Question: What is the role of organized labor in the peace movement? CPNN article: Hartford CT Peace/Labor Conference
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Posted: June 30 2003,08:30

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Hartford CT Peace/Labor Conference
Labor Doves Flock to Chicago
Unions demand troops come home from Iraq
AFL-CIO Takes Historic Stand Against Iraq War,
Uruguay’s main trade union center plans massive mobilization to construct a culture of peace

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Posted: Aug. 02 2003,15:10

The labor movement has an important role to play in the peace movement. Rediscovering solidarity is the Peace Key most closely related to orgnized labor. The actions of SEBAC in trying to produce a Fair Budget for the state of CT are illustrative of their work. Unions such as 1199 who work for employees of the nursing home industry also work for women's equality, and respect for all life. The courageous actions of those who were on strike against the arrogance of the management of Avery Heights in Hartford last year are another example of how unions strengthen the culture of peace.
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