Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Today 4:30 PM March from Worth St. to #OccupyWallStreet ~ @citizenactionny #ows #occupy

Right now, thousands of people are gathered in Zucotti Park in New York City to protest the corruption and greed at the root of our nation’s economic crisis.
For several weeks now, protesters have been fighting against the economic system that rewards the greed of Wall Street with tax loopholes, sweetheart deals, and billion dollar bailouts.
On October 5, at 4:30 pm, we’re meeting with unemployed workers, students, union members, and other activists at the southwest corner of Broadway and Worth Street in Midtown Manhattan.
We’ll be marching down to Zucotti Park to join the ranks of demonstrators already there. It’s time to show big banks and corporations the faces of those hardest hit by corporate greed. Can we count on you to join us?
Click here to RSVP now!
For too long, Wall Street banks and giant corporations have enjoyed skyrocketing profits on the backs of hard working people. When these same banks were on the verge of collapse, it was us who bailed them out.
They control a staggering majority of our nation’s wealth. Now, they’re fighting to make even more profit - without any intention of paying their fair share.
Click here to let us know that you’ll march with us to Wall Street!
Can’t make it? Don’t worry. There are other ways to get involved. Click here to sign our petition to show your support for those who are on the street, fighting for justice. Once you sign, we’ll keep you up to date with other occupy events in your area.
Show your solidarity on Facebook and Twitter (use the tag #occupywallstreet), and be sure to tell your friends, too.
Thanks for all you do,

Karen Scharff
Executive Director
Citizen Action of New York

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