Alex Maldonado

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Alex Maldonado

Occupy Tucson

Alex Maldonado, an activist with Veterans for Peace, writing for the CPUSA's newspaper, People's World reported on the Occupy Tucson demonstration,[1]

"The first 20 days of the occupation were peaceful as general assemblies and group meetings were held despite the fact that nightly citations for being in the park after hours were issued. The citations carry a $1,000 fine, 6 months in jail and three years probation. Reports indicate nearly 500 citations have been issued. One occupier received three citations in one night, one at Armory Park, one at Veinte de Agosto Park and one at the Pima County Library Park.
Marches were held, one of which was a five-mile march to and from the University of Arizona to build student outreach. The marches downtown were led to rallies held at the various financial institutions and to City Hall. Occupiers stood before the mayor and City Council, and gave testimonies about why they're part of Occupy Tucson."

Tucson JwJ affiliate

Communist Party USA member Steve Valencia, chair of Tucson Jobs with Justice sent an email out notifying of a Tucson JwJ meeting Thursday, January 12th,2012

Please plan to attend our next Jobs with Justice meeting.
Location: American Postal Workers Union office, 2937 E. 22nd Street, just west of Country Club, north side of street
Agenda:
1. Labor solidarity: Communication Workers of America at American Airlines, learn about the organizing campaign from

Lee Ortega, organizer and how we can help.

2. The fight to save our Cherrybell Post Office, review of rally, march and hearing to save this processing plant and solidarity with the American Postal Workers Union, Tucson Area Local
3. The fight for Jobs!

Recipients included Alex Maldonado.[2]

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