DETROIT (AP) -- About 150 people are protesting auto plant closures and calling for a living wage outside the National Summit in downtown Detroit.
The protest was held Tuesday in front of the Renaissance Center, home to the world headquarters of General Motors Corp.
Protesters chanted, "your job is next," at people attending the National Summit, a three-day gathering of business and government officials working to craft a plan to keep the U.S. competitive in manufacturing, energy, technology and the environment.
After picketing an hour outside the Renaissance Center, the protesters marched to nearby Grand Circus Park for a rally featuring the Rev. Jesse Jackson and others.