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8th March Global Woman's Strike in Shannon

category national | miscellaneous | news report author Wednesday March 05, 2003 23:42author by Maggie Report this post to the editors

Global Women's Strike events on the 8th March, co-ordinated by the International Wages for Housework Campaign, with participation by women and their organisations in over 70 countries. Phone Maggie on 087 7838688 for more information. Website: http://womenstrike8m.server101.com

*10.15am Town Hall Theatre, Galway: Breakfast for all women (small charge), Women speak out against war and to demand back the military budget for our
caring work in word, song and performance. All welcome, even if you can't come to Shannon. Playwright John Arden and poet Rab Swannock Fulton will read from their work as one of a number of contributions by men in support. Lelia
Doolan and other women will also read.

*11.15am: Strike bus and cars leave for Shannon with stops to meet other women and make our voices heard along the way - 12.45pm stop in ENNIS market square.

*2.30pm join women from all over Ireland at Shannon airport, archway: short march (with transport for those who can't walk/find walking difficult), non-party-political grassroots speak-out at the airport terminal, music, song and much more.

Strike bus: 10 euro (waged), 5 euro (unwaged) & children go free

Hurry to book your seats! Phone: 086 3476624 or email: cnc1@eircom.net

Related Link: http://womenstrike8m.server101.com
author by panic monger - political prostitutespublication date Thu Mar 06, 2003 00:52author email panic at political-prostitutes dot ieauthor address Dail Eireann (I wish)author phone Report this post to the editors

"non-party-political grassroots speak-out at the airport terminal"

Someone stop these mad hussies, their high pitched anarchist voices will damage the ear-drums of the poor proletarians at the airport!

author by Seaninpublication date Thu Mar 06, 2003 01:53author address author phone Report this post to the editors

It's a great way to meet other wimmin. Wrap up warm now.

author by Brian Cahill - SPpublication date Fri Mar 07, 2003 14:11author address author phone Report this post to the editors

author by Brian Cahill - SPpublication date Wed Jun 18, 2003 18:23author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The above comments attributed to me are not in fact mine. Someone has been deliberately posting up misleading comments under my name.

 
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