Lockdown at the Gap in NYC

Redwood Mary, a forest defender from Mendocino on tour in the eastern US, Europe and Kenya, locked the doors of the Gap store at 34th street and 6th avenue in New York City on June 14, 1999, along with J.K. Canepa, and held the doors for one hour in a lockdown to protest Fisher family destruction of the redwood forest and Gap sweatshops in the Mariana Islands. Dozens of protesters cheered the couragous redwood forest and labor defenders. For information call the Wetlands Bar at (212) 966-4831.

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