What's the WRAP?
Welfare Rights Advocacy Project

By Tola Levison

A new organization is forming. The mission of the Welare Rights Advocacy Project of inland Mendocino County is to help poor and working class people to advocate and act on our own behalf in order to confront and overcome poverty, dependence and apathy.

WRAP encourages poor and working class people to:

In the context of welfare cutbacks and the ever shrinking market for living-wage jobs, poor and working people now need to depend on each other.

If you want to find out how you can get involved, contact Tola Levison. Home-743-2647 or join us at the Labor Welfare Summit, September 26-27 at City College of San Francisco.

A conference for union members, labor leaders, welfare recepients and advocates to:

There is limited transporta-tion available leaving Ukiah September 26 at 11 a.m.
Please contact Tola Levison at 468-3553 to arrange to apply for a fee waiver and full or partial Hotel Scholarship.
You can fax the registration form to Chandra Egan. FAX 415 285-5066.

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