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Occupy Wall Street calls for Day of Action Nov 17 #N17

Occupy Wall Street calls for Day of Action
Occupy Wall Street calls for Day of Action
http://occupywallst.org/

Occupy Wall Street is calling for a national day of mass non-violent direct action on November 17, in celebration of the two month anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Actions are planned in cities across the country, including but not limited to New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon. In addition to U.S. demonstrations, there will also be international demonstrations of solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement in Spain, Belgium and Germany.

In New York, Occupy Wall Street enthusiasts plan on shutting down Wall Street the morning of Thursday, November 17. The following statement is found at Occupy Wall Street:

Enough of this economy that exploits and divides us. It's time we put an end to Wall Street's reign of terror and begin building an economy that works for all. We will gather in Liberty Square at 7:00 a.m., before the ring of the Trading Floor Bell, to prepare to confront Wall Street with the stories of people on the frontlines of economic injustice. There, before the Stock Exchange, we will exchange stories rather than stocks.

Schedule of events for New York Occupy Wall St:

7:00 Shut Down Wall Street
3:00 Occupy the Subways
5:00 Take the Square
This information and more at: occupywallst.org/action/november-17th

Other actions:

Portland, Oregon

Occupying Steel Bridge in morning
Rally afterwards
Subsequently occupying banks

Los Angeles

1,000+ people to take over the street of Downtown, Los Angeles. Activists will meet at Bank of America Plaza at 333 S Hope St. and march to the corner of Figueroa and 4th St., where we will shut down the intersection.

Boston

Mass Uniting’s Jobs Not Cuts March & Rally at Dewey Square

Minneapolis

3:00pm Student Rally @ Northrop Plaza
4:00pm March onto the 10th Ave Bridge
5:30pm Rally on the Peoples’ Plaza (Government Plaza)

Occupy Colleges

Students across the country will gather together on November 17 to protest the rising costs of college education, and the diminishing quality in that education from universities. Students will strike by gathering in central locations throughout each school, or in solidarity at Occupy Wall Street.

Democrats, and other liberal, progressive patriots will be supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement regardless of where they live. Will you support the Occupy Wall Street movement?

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