PHOTOS: Workers Rally in SeaTac in Support of Airport Jobs

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If you drove past Sea-Tac International Airport on Saturday afternoon, you might have noticed a bit of excitement happening along International Boulevard.

The occasion was a rally and march in support of fair wages for airport and Port of Seattle workers.

Organized by OneAmerica and Working Washington, the event celebrated International Workers’ Day with a rally at the Sea-Tac Airport International Flag Pavilion and then a march down International Boulevard to Angle Lake Park.

Read the full story and view the photo gallery on our sister site The SeaTac Blog

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6 Responses to “PHOTOS: Workers Rally in SeaTac in Support of Airport Jobs”
  1. VERY TIRED says:

    Nice to see those lovely Marxists parading around.

    Isn’t May Day on Tuesday? Aren’t you jumping the gun a bit?

  2. Coverofnight says:

    Great! More union crybabies and occupiers……..

    Class warfare at its best at their websites; they should be happy they even have a job. If they all got fired, there would be hundreds lined up to apply for their positions.

    If you really want to protest about wages, look into the salaries and benefits that Port of Seattle employees get for their incompetence! Corporate greed is nothing compared to the Port of Seattle.

  3. loveslibraries says:

    How did DUI Joe get his name? What does the name promote?

    • william forest says:

      DUI to me evokes Driving under the influence.. Of what I don’t know but its usually too much alcohol…

    • DUI Joe is actually a local, Burien-based DUI Attorney named Joe Breidenbach; he helps those who’ve been given a DUI. He also is on the board of Discover Burien, is a great speaker and pitched a talk show idea to us when we were starting SoKing Internet Radio ( So there ya go. Thanks, Scott

      • william forest says:

        Thanks for the explanation Scott.. Now thats cleared up we can stop wondering “whats up with that”

        Btw.. the b-town blog is a very positive community building and supporting news source.

        On behalf of everyone who hangs out here.. THANKS!

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