We stand united with workers of the world today and everyday.  At Kezar Gardens Ecology Center, we employ more than 10 green workers and provide them living wages as well as fully fledged free health care.  The Rec and Park Dept wants to evict our center and install a garden with no employees, no green jobs and no health care.  Please take a moment to watch Wayne Wiley, a green worker, who simply elaborates on the problem with eliminating this recycling center.  In addition to the employees here, there are hundreds of people who subsidize their life through recycling at Kezar.  These micro economies are the back bone of our society and deserve recognition.