The People vs. US Steel
Apr 11, 2011 • Public
Photo: Supporters of Steelworkers Local 1005 hold a banner that reads "Capitalism is not working."
Photo: Retirees from the Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) show their support for Steelworkers Local 1005.
Photo: A flag of the locked out union flies high in the skies on a cold day in Hamilton.
Photo: This child already knows everything he will ever need to know about capitalism, sparing himself many wasted years of studying economics.
Photo: A worker contemplates the future of his pension plan.
Photo: A cheerful woman proclaims loud and proud: "Manufacturing yes; nation-wrecking no!"
Photo: Afterwards, she enjoys a cigarette break.
Photo: Draped in their trademark pink scarves and flags, members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) pose for a picture.
Photo: Sid Ryan is President of the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL) and a longtime Canadian labour leader.
Photo: Supporters of Steelworkers Local 1005 listen to speeches at City Hall in Hamilton, Ontario.
Photo: What would a political rally and march be without the Spartacist, right?
Photo: It is good to know that some people are doing well during these difficult economic times.
Photo: Hands off pensions and benefits!
Photo: Just moments the march...
Photo: Trade unionists and supporters of various affiliations prepare to begin the march on a cold day in Hamilton, Ontario.
Photo: People take to the streets in support of Steelworkers Local 1005.
Photo: Union flags of all colours fly high in Hamilton, Ontario.
Photo: Estimates of the crowd size varied between 5 - 6 thousands people.
Photo: Marchers express their solidarity with Steelworkers Local 1005.
Photo: An Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) flag hangs over the marching crowd below.
Photo: So said this man, a locked out worker of Steelworkers Local 1005.
Photo: A few workers take a break from the march to enjoy a pint of beer.
Photo: Members of the United Steelworkers (USW) stand with their flags, watching the marching crowd go by.
Photo: These workers pose for a photo during the march in Hamilton, Ontario.