Organizers of the Million Worker March have issued 22 demands for their rally at the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday:

* Universal, single-payer health care "from cradle to grave."

* A national living wage to lift people out of poverty.

* Protection and enhancement of Social Security.

* Guaranteed pensions for all workers.

* Cancellation of "corporate" free trade agreements.

* An end to privatization, contracting out and other economic policies that pit workers against each other.

* Repeal of all anti-labor legislation and the honoring of workers' rights to organize.

* Funding of public education to restore decaying schools.

* Funding for a "vast army" of teachers to end functional illiteracy.

* Launch of a national training program and an end to the "criminalization of poverty" and the "prison-industrial complex."

* Rebuilding of inner cities with affordable housing and eliminate homelessness.

* Progressive taxation for relief to the working class and poor along with increased taxes on corporations and the rich.

* A national program to restore the environment, end global warming and "preserve our endangered eco-system."

* Creation of efficient, modern and free mass transit in every city and town.

* Repeal of the Patriot Act and "all such repressive legislation."

* A slash in the military budget and recovery of money "stolen from our labor to enrich the corporations that profit from war."

* The opening of the "secret budgets" of the Pentagon and intelligence agencies.

* An end to the U.S. war and occupation in Iraq.

* Extension of democracy to the economic structure.

* Amnesty for all undocumented workers.

* Aggressive enforcement of all civil rights and the launch of a national educational campaign against discrimination.

* A democratic media that oppose monopolization, union-busting of media workers and allow "all voices to be heard."