26 March 2009

Bail Out People, NOT Bank(er)s! March on Wall Street.

Bail Out the People Not the Banks!

March on WALL STREET: April 3 & 4

In Memory of Martin Luther King, Jr:
Announcing a
National March On WALL STREET
April 3 while Wall St is Open;
continued April 4

Assemble at 1 pm Friday, April 3 at the Intersection of Wall & Broad Streets (The Stock Exchange)

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March on Wall Street on the Anniversary on the day Martin Luther King gave his life fighting for social and economic justice.

Why? Because we must demand that the needs of the people come before the greed of the super rich. Millions are jobless and homeless, and millions more will be living on the streets if the government continues to waste trillions of dollars on saving wealthy bankers instead of saving people.

Dr. King would have been appalled and opposed to the terrible siege of Gaza as well as the continuing occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan.

And just as King knew that the struggle for civil rights at home had to also be part of the struggle against war abroad, he understood that no one, regardless of their race would be free until everyone had the right to a decent paying job or an income for those unable to work. Most importantly, King also understood that “Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.” The time for suffering in silence has come to an end.

Nothing will change unless our desperation and anger is channeled into a mighty movement that unites and fights. It’s time to march on Wall St. Come to the march, and tell everyone you know to come with you.

National March on Wall St.—Jobs Not War!


Thanks for all you do!
your values. Love your country.
And, remember: TOGETHER, We can make a DIFFERENCE!

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