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DC Labor FilmFest 2005
September 15-21


Presented By:
Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO
Debs-Jones-Douglass Institute
American Film Institute




2005 DC Labor FilmFest Supporters

Premiere Sponsor: American Income Life Insurance Company

Festival Sponsor: Lerach Coughlin

Silver Screen Sponsors
Milberg Weiss
UNITE HERE Chicago & Midwest Joint Board
California Nurses Association
The McLaughlin Company

Directors Circle
* AFGE
* AFGE District 14
* AFGE Local 12
* AFL-CIO
* AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust
* AFM Local 161-170
* AFSCME
* AFTRA/SAG - DC
* Amalgamated Bank
* Amalgamated Limousine
* Amalgamated Transit Union
* American Rights at Work
* ASASP
* Bricklayers
* Coalition of Black Trade Unionists
* CIR/SEIU
* Coffee House
* Communications Workers of America
* CWA Local 1180
* Community Services Agency
* CLUW
* DC Employment Justice Center
* DC Vote
* Doyle Printing
* Douglas Duncan, Montgomery Co. Executive
* Fenton Communications
* FAST Metropolitan Council
* Garden State Benefits
* Graphic Communications Conference/IBT
* IATSE 22
* IATSE 600
* IATSE 868
* IBEW
* International Labor Rights Fund
* Jack B. Johnson, PG County Executive
* Jobs with Justice - DC
* Labor Chorus
* Labor Heritage
* Labor Party
* Laborers-Baltimore/Washington Council
* McKeough Company
* Merrill Lynch
* Mooney, Green, Baker & Saindon
* National Association of Letter Carriers
* National Labor College
* National Writers Union-DC
* Northern Virginia CLC
* OPEIU Local 2
* Public Citizen
* Rochester Labor Film Series
* SEIU
* SEIU Greenhouse Project
* Sheetmetal Workers
* Teamsters
* Teamsters Joint Council 55
* Teamsters Local 96
* UE
* UFCW Local 400
* UFCW Local 1994
* Union Communication Services
* UNITE HERE Mid-Atlantic
* UNITE HERE Local 54
* United American Nurses
* United Mine Workers of America
* United Transportation Inc.
* Utility Workers Union of America
* USW Local 4-149
* USW Local 4-898
* USW Local 8-675
* Steven Wodka

Friends

AFL-CIO Working for America * Phyllis & George Cohen * The Doctors Council of the District of Columbia/National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees, AFSCME, AFL-CIO * James and Hoffman * Jews United for Justice * Aviva Kempner * Maryland AFL-CIO * Professional Staff Association * David Schlein * SEIU Local 500 * South Carolina AFL-CIO * Teamsters Local 70

For more information on DC Labor FilmFest 2005, please contact:
Katherine Isaac at the Debs-Jones-Douglass Institute or
Chris Garlock at Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CI


The Debs-Jones-Douglass Institute is the 501(c)(3) educational and cultural arm of the Labor Party
1532 16th Street, NW · Washington, DC 20036 · Tel: 202 234-0040 · Fax: 202 234-5266 · Email:
contact@djdinstitute.org