QuickTime movie at 10 minutes 14.1 MB
Auto Workers Protest Detroit Auto Show
by Labor Video Project
P.O. Box 720027, SF, CA 94172
On January 8, 2006 over 500 auto workers protested outside the entrance of the North American
International Auto show in Detroit, Michigan. The rally which was called by Soldiers of Solidarity
included auto and parts plant workers from the US and Canada.
Over 500 auto assembly and parts plant workers as well as retired auto workers protested against
the attacks on wages, pensions and healthcare by the auto companies. They also were angry that
the UAW leadership refused to support the rally or other labor protests against these attacks.
The rally was called by Soldiers of Solidarity www.soldiersofsolidarity.com and included auto
and parts plants workers from throughout the mid-west.
This show was part of "Labor On The Job".
"Labor On The Job" is programmed the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month on San
Francisco Cable Channel 29 from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM. "Labor On The Job" is
also the longest running labor cable show in the United States since 1983. Also
The Labor Video Project produces "LaborLine" every Wednesday from 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
on San Francisco Comcast Channel 29.
"Labor On The Job" is also programmed on Philadelphia DXTV and St. Louis cable systems.
The Labor Video Project also produces labor documentaries and is part of the Union Producers
and Programmers Network (UPPNET) www.uppnet.org
Labor Video Project
P.O. Box 720027
San Francisco,CA 94172
Phone (415)282-1908 Fax (415)695-1369
Producing labor media since 1983