USLAW is holding a reception fundraiser at the Westin St. Francis Hotel on Union Square, San Francisco on the eve of the California Federation of Labor’s Biennial Convention Monday, July 23, 2012 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
At this event, we will honor Michael Eisenscher, National Coordinator of USLAW. Michael has spent a half century fighting for workers, for peace and for social justice. He has worked tirelessly for USLAW since its inception without recognition and with scant compensation. Without his dedication, USLAW would not exist.
Guest Speaker: Tom Ammiano, the strongest progressive voice for labor in the CA State Assembly
Register/ RSVP (use the link below) and then you will be taken to a secure payment page to make a contribution with a credit card and will find instructions for paying by check. Suggested minimum donation is $25. RSVP:
If unable to attend, you can make a donation with the link below.
Mail checks to USLAW, 1718 M Street, NW #153, Washington, DC 20036 with “July 23 Fundraiser” in memo line.
U.S. Labor Against the War (USLAW) is a national network of unions, labor councils, state labor federations, allied organizations, worker centers and labor antiwar committees founded in January 2003 to oppose the invasion of Iraq. It is a co-founder of the New Priorities Network, which seeks to end the wars, cut military spending and invest in our communities to create jobs and meet other urgent social needs. USLAW has close to 200 affiliates that together represent millions of members.