Sweatshop Protest contact info

Am providing this contact info for those of you who may be interested in covering this issue as a photo-story at a later date.... 

UNITED STUDENTS AGAINST SWEATSHOPS ADVISORY FOR CONTACT: Camilo Romero WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2005 (510) 717-4227 Terry Collingsworth (202) 255-2198 Pressure Mounts on Coca-Cola in Murder of Workers at its Bottling Plant in Colombia COLOMBIAN WORKER, LEADING HUMAN RIGHTS LAWYER, AND NATIONAL ANTI-SWEATSOP GROUP TO CONFRONT SOFT DRINK MAKER New Lawsuit to be Filed in US Against Coca-Cola’s Operation in Turkey for Human Rights Abuses Human rights abuses at its bottling plants in Colombia and Turkey have made Coca Cola the target of a sustained campaign led by a coalition of students on US college campuses, Colombian workers, and a leading American human rights lawyer. On Wednesday, October 26, at the soft drink maker’s corporate offices in midtown Manhattan, the coalition will announce a new human rights lawsuit to be filed against Coca Cola in US District Court; the launching of a series of public demonstrations in over a dozen cities across the US, and a national speaking tour by Colombian workers. WHO: Colombian Worker representing families of those killed by a paramilitary death squad hired by a Coca-Cola bottler; United Students Against Sweatshops, federation of University labor rights groups on over 100 US campuses; Terry Collingsworth, International Labor Rights Fund, lawyer for families of murdered Colombian workers, and tortured Turkish workers. WHAT: Press Conference in front of Coca-Cola headquarters in NYC Vigil & Procession down 5th Avenue to Colombian Consulate WHEN: 10:30AM, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2005 WHERE: 711 FIFTH AVENUE (at 55th Street) to 10 E. 46th Street ####

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