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Mississippi Workers Center: Hurricane Relief

category north america / mexico | miscellaneous | appeal / petition author Thursday September 08, 2005 09:22author by mitch - Workers Solidarity Allianceauthor email wsany at hotmail dot com Report this post to the editors

The good folks at the Mississippi Workers' Center for Human Rights have initiated a campaign to help those devasted by effects of Hurricane Katrina (overwhelmingly low-income people of color).

The good folks at the Mississippi Workers' Center for Human Rights have initiated a campaign to help those devasted by effects of Hurricane Katrina (overwhelmingly low-income people of color).

The Workers Solidarity Alliance (W.S.A.) encourages all individuals, rank-and-file organizations and syndicalist unions to participate in local relief efforts or make a donation to the relief fund that has been set up by our friends at the Mississippi Workers Center. This is a separate fund from their organization which will be used only for the purpose of providing relief to hurricane victims. Checks can be made payable to:

Southern Relief Fund
c/o Mississippi Workers' Center for Human Rights
PO Box 1223
Greenville, MS 38702-1223

For more information, call the Center at 662-334-1122 or 888-949-9754.

rightsms@bellsouth.net

http://www.msworkerscenter.org/index.htm



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