Hunger strikers demanding negotiations with General Motors
Protesters expected in front of GM headquarters on Wednesday
Solidarity Protest for Hunger Strikers are set to protest General Motors on Wednesday demanding immediate negotiations.
National organizations are demanding General Motors negotiate with the Association of Injured and Ex-Workers of General Motors Columbia.
It's president, Jorge Parra, sewed his mouth shut on November 20th and is currently on a hunger strike while his health deteriorates each day.
Parra's fellow workers have continued their 15 month long tent occupation outside the United States embassy in Bogota, Columbia.
A separate protest is also planned Wednesday outside the United States State Department in Washington, DC.