|Title||Celebrate the victory! Washington State Labor Convention passes strongest resolution to date regarding Seattle-WTO Ministerial [verso] [c.2] |
|Creator||Labor WTO Mobilization Committee|
|Publisher/Affiliation||[People for Fair Trade / Network Opposed to WTO (PFT)]|
|Place of Publication||[United States—Washington (State)—Seattle] |
|Notes||"The delegates who worked to see that this resolution was brought to the convention floor and/or amended it on behalf of their brothers and sisters include, in alphabetical order: Martha Baskin, AFTRA; Dick Burton and Lynn Dodson, Seattle Community College Federation of Teachers; Norma Kelsey, OPEIU, and Shirley McCullough, Greater Seattle Association of Postal Workers. Bill Brugnoli, Sheetmetal Local 66 offered research and on-the-ground support."|
"Supporting enforcement of worker's rights through the World Trade Organization; submitted by the King County Labor Council Executive Board on Monday, 8/16/99; passed unanimously with amendments at the Washington State Labor Convention 8/21/99.".
Affiliation inferred from phone numbers listed in this document and the same affiliation enumerated in other documents.
Copy 2 contains selected passages marked with a fluorescent marker.
|Timeline||Before WTO |
|Subjects||World Trade Organization; Employee rights; AFL-CIO. Washington State Labor Council; Labor union democracy; Political participation; General Agreement on Trade in Services (1994) |
|Geographic Coverage||United States--Washington (State) |
|Physical Description||Size: 28 x 22 cm|
|Collection||WTO Seattle Collection, #5177-003, Box 1, Folder 62|
|Contributor||WTO History Project |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division. |