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Oct 27 Protest at McDonalds
by Pgh Imc Video Collective Saturday, Oct. 28, 2006 at 7:59 PM
video@indypgh.org

Video from Student/Farmworker Alliance at McDonalds near the University of Pittsburgh on October 27th.

QuickTime movie at 4.1 mebibytes

On Friday, October 27th, about 20 supporters of the Student/ Farmworker Alliance turned out to protest at McDonalds near the University of Pittsburgh in Oakland. The protest was part of the Days of Action involving the Coalition of Immokalee Workers and the Alliance for Fair Food.

Protesters are asking McDonalds to pay for a penny more per pound of tomatoes and an enforceable code of conduct. They say they are trying to show people in Pittsburgh that sweatshops exist in the United States and that they play a role in the system as consumers. For more information about the Student/Farmworker Alliance visit http://www.sfalliance.org or email crystalgamet@hotmail.com.

The video was shot by David and edited by Anitra and David.

If you have any difficulties playing the attached quicktime video file, an avi version of the file will be uploaded as a comment to the article soon.

World's largest union buster
by Truth Now Sunday, Oct. 29, 2006 at 4:20 PM

issues of unionbusting, hiring of illegals,
butchering mammals

Thanks for the suggestion for dinner on Friday
by aaaa Sunday, Oct. 29, 2006 at 11:16 PM

You know I did not know what I was going to do for dinner on Friday, but when I saw you hippies with your stupid protest, well I just had to go in and support McD, that was a good Big Mac, so thanks for the suggestion on dinner.

Protest at McDonalds
by outraged Monday, Oct. 30, 2006 at 12:57 AM

It's McDonalds fault I look like this. Now they won't even pay for me to go to a fat farm, or to get my tummy stapled
It's McDonalds fault I am so FAT!

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