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Limerick - Event Notice
Thursday January 01 1970
Picket on the Limerick Chamber of Commerce - We won't work for peanuts!
limerick | worker & community struggles and protests | event notice Friday August 07, 2009 12:17 by Limerick Socialist Youth - SY limericksocialist at gmail dot com 0877675890
Hand's off the Minimum Wage!
Socialist Youth are organising a picket/protest at the Limerick Chambe of Commerce as part of an ongoing campaign against pay cuts and in particular the threats to the minimum wage. As part of our campaign, we have been handing out peanuts to people, arguing that we are not monkeys – we need more than peanuts!. The protest, titled “We Won’t Work for Peanuts” is planned for next Tuesday, August 11th at 1pm outside the Chamber of Commerce on O’Connell St, opposite the White House.
For the past weeks and months there has been more and more talk from the government, and the bosses, that the minimum wage will be cut, and that pay rates I general should be slashed. We’ve organised this picket to give young people and workers a chance to say loud and clear: we didn’t cause this crisis, we won’t pay the price – We won’t work for peanuts!”