Join the SEATTLE March & Rally for PEACE JOBS & JUSTICE

by NW Action for Jobs Peace and Justice
Seattle, Washington, United States
April 1985
Publisher: NW Action for Jobs, Peace and Justice
4 pages
Type: Brochure
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Language: English
Brochure advertising a march and rally in Seattle on April 20, 1985 as part of a national day to protest U.S. intervention in Central America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Asia, the Pacific and Europe; oppose South African apartheid and end racism at home; freeze and reverse the nuclear arms race; and build a just society. The program includes: Maryamu Eltayeb, co-chair of the NW Action for Jobs, Peace and Justice and co-chair of the Seattle Coalition Against Apartheid; Bob Santos, community activist and Democratic candidate for King County Council; Fayez Mohammed, Palestine Solidarity Committee of Portland; Linda Taylor, Acting Director, Seattle Office of Women’s Rights; Total Experience Gospel Choir, with Charlie Murphy and Jamie Sieber; Otto de la Rocha; David Bloom, Associate Director of the Church Council of Greater Seattle; Linda Layton, President of IAM Local 2202; Yolanda, Nicaraguan trade union leader and President of the Organization of Central American Teachers Organizations; Arthur Kinoy, long-time member of the National Lawyers Guild, civil rights attorney, author and activist; John Gilbert; Gerald Lenoir; Bob Reed; Steve Clements; and Citizens Band. The brochure also advertises a celebration of the 10th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War to raise fund for the Northwest Coalition for Peace, Jobs and Justice on May 4th. • PROGRAM • Chants • Sing Along • ORGANIZATIONS ENDORSING SEATTLE APRIL 20TH MARCH & RALLY (Partial List) • CELEBRATION & FUNDRAISER
Collection: Southern Africa Solidarity in the U.S. Pacific Northwest (Selma Waldman collection), Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections