MANCHESTER MAY DAY 2009 – FIGHT FOR THE RIGHT TO WORK
CAPITALISM ISN’T WORKING
• Thousands of workers thrown onto the dole
• Refugees and people seeking asylum still legally barred from working
• Thousands of homes repossessed
• Seven years of war and counting
• Profiteers running amok in healthcare and education
• Fear, uncertainty and misery increasing by the day
If you think things are bad now, just imagine what it will be like next May.
WHERE THERE IS UNITY, THERE IS HOPE
On Monday 4th May 2009, thousands of people will join together in Manchester to celebrate May Day, the greatest day in the workers’ calendar. They will march under the primary banner, ‘Fight For The Right To Work’.
Everyone is welcome: trades unionists, refugees and people seeking asylum, community activists, campaigners, workers, families – in fact, anyone who is sick and tired of the useless, corrupt and destructive system we live under.
May Day is an opportunity for celebration but also a time to show the world the strength of the progressive movement.
Together we can build a society based on peace, justice and co-operation.
Together we can make May Day in Manchester in 2009 a day to remember.