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Contributed by: Cathy Brady
Contributor's location on 9/11: Philadelphia, PA
Contributor's local union affiliation: 1199 in New Jersey
Contributed on: September 20, 2001

In viewing our website for the first time, I could not help but fill up when I saw the Justice for Janitors logo. I immediately thought of the window-washers on the 102nd floor.

Just in case it's do-able, I'd like to share my vision. I'd love to see the streets of New York surrounding ground zero cleaned by our members, wearing J for J shirts, in honor of our lost service workers. The title 'Justice for Janitors' certainly has a most significant meaning at this time in our nation's history.

Cite as: Cathy Brady, Story #44, The September 11 Digital Archive, 20 September 2001, <http://911digitalarchive.org/stories/details/44>.
Archival Information: 99 words, 507 characters