Economic Human Rights Campaign/Freedom Bus Tour: Boston meeting

Tom Boland (
Fri, 1 May 1998 23:15:00 -0700 (PDT)

FWD  CC Replies to: Jonathan King <jaking@MIT.EDU>
     See also Kensington Welfare Rights Union

Friends: In recognition of the
50th Anniversary of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights,
The Massachussetts Welfare Rights Union invites you to:

A Leadership School on Economic Human Rights and
Freedom Bus Organizing Meeting to be held

Sunday May 3,   10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

YWCA 140 Clarendon St. (1st Floor) Stuart Room
Public Transit:  Back Bay Orange Line or the Copley Green Line
For more information call Dottie Stevens (  at
617-298-7311,  or Jen Jones ( at The Freedom Bus
line at 617-522-6924.

The school will be led by a delegation from Philadelphia who is
organizing the 1998 Economic Human Rights Campaign and Freedom
Bus Tour
[Kensington Welfare Rights Union].

	The Freedom Bus!
	To End Unemployment, Hunger & Homelessness
		 will arrive in Boston
	Monday evening June 1
		to receive testimony from a
	Peoples Tribunal on
	Tuesday morning June 2
	On the assault on Economic Human Rights represented by
		Ending welfare benefits,
		Cutting off housing subsidies,
		Inadequate health care
		Lack of  decent jobs at living wages
		Faiure to provide  quality education for youth

The Freedom Bus, after touring the Nation , will bring our
testimony  to the Human Rights Commission of the United Nations
on July 1st, 1998.

Jennifer Jones <>
Students Together Ending Poverty (STEP)
8 Varney Street
Jamaica Plain, MA  02130
(617) 522-6924

Jonathan King
Prof of Molecular Biology
MIT, 68-330
Cambridge, MA 02139
617 253 -4700


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