Benefit for Japanese workers – Sat, 4/23 3pm Oakland


Benefit for Japanese workers and families, who are displaced or unemployed because of the earthquake and nuclear crisisWith Music, Video, Solidarity Statements
Japanese workers are planning to skype in to the meeting

Saturday, April 23, 2011 – 3:00 PM
Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 192
8460 Enterprise Way (off Hegenberger), Oakland, California
$10.00 Donation (no one turned away)

There will be a solidarity benefit meeting for Japanese workers and farmers who have been displaced or are unemployed as a result of the massive earthquake and radioactive leak. Twenty three postal workers are still missing in Sendai, Japan and the government and electric utility TEPCO continue to cover up the dangers and also fail to protect the health and safety of the workers and the communities. Temporary workers have also been brought in to the nuclear plants and were contaminated even before the present disaster.

Screening of the video about the Japanese Motoyama Struggle, the longest strike of workers in the world. These workers were based in Sendai Japan and were forced into a 34 year strike which they won and went back to work:

The Record of 34 Years of Fierce Struggle For Labor Rights.

Initial Endorsers
Labor Video Project, Transport Workers Solidarity Committee TWSC, United Public Workers For Action http://www.upwa.info

For information call (415) 282-1908 lvpsf(at)igc.org or (510) 919-6995 everydaypeople(at)mac.com

Funds will be sent to
People’s Earthquake Relief Center
c/o National Coordinating Center of Labor Unions
Gohodo- Ito bldg. 5th Floor,
2-4-10 Moto-Asakusa, Daito-ku, Tokyo, Zip Code 111-0041, Japan
Tel.: +81-03-3845-7461
Fax: +81-03-3845-7463

Send your relief goods and donations to the following address:

c/o National Coordinating Center of Labor Unions
Gohodo- Ito bldg. 5th Floor,
2-4-10 Moto-Asakusa, Daito-ku, Tokyo, Zip Code 111-0041, Japan
Tel.: +81-03-3845-7461
Fax: +81-03-3845-7463

Bank Account to Receive Donation in Japan

Some or all of the following data 1 to 9 are required to send a remittance to Japan. And if the purpose of remittance is questioned, please reply that remittance is made for relief to the earthquake in Japan through the National Railway Motive Power Union of Chiba (for short, Doro-Chiba).

1. Bank name: The Chiba Bank, Ltd

2. Bank code# in Japan: 0134

3. Branch name: Chuo Branch

4. Branch code# in Japan: 001

5. Branch address: 2-5-1 Chuo, Chuo-ku, Chiba City, Chiba 260-0013, Japan

6. Type of address: Ordinary deposit

7. Account number: 4177605
Address of Account: 2-8 Kaname-cho, Chuo-ku, Chiba City, Chiba 260-0017, Japan
Phone No. of Account: +81-43-222-7207

8. Account name: Kokutetsu Chiba Doryokusha Rodokumiai
Note: “Account name has to be written in the Japanese full name of Doro-Chiba.

9. SWIFT address: CHBAJPJT 001 4177605
Note: One space is needed between Branch Code# (001) and Account number 4177605).

japan_crack_at_nuclear_plant.jpg
japan_crack_at_nuclear_plant

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4411946789896689299#

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