[act-ma] Take a Stand Against Corporate Greed!

Russ Davis russdavis at comcast.net
Tue Sep 22 18:24:00 PDT 2009

G20 Week of Action!

                  ONE YEAR AGO...

                  Congress & the Federal Reserve bailed-out Wall Street and the insurers, claiming they were "too big to fail".

                  ONE YEAR LATER . 

                  Workers are losing their jobs, homes, healthcare, & retirement security

                  The Bailed-Out Banks continue to award executive bonuses while refusing to finance jobs and evicting renters and homeowners through foreclosures

                  Corporations still "own" Congress & are continuing with "business as usual" by blocking measures like health care reform and the Employee Free Choice Act.

                  The G-20, an international group of powerful bankers and governments, is meeting in Pittsburgh (9/24) to push for more of the same failed policies that created the economic crisis.

                  Take action to demand an economy that works for everyone!

                  Join the G20 Week of Action!

                  Monday, September 21
                    a.. The G-20 and You: Globalization and the Everyday Impact of Big Decisions
                  Tuesday, September 22nd
                    a.. Jobs and Justice for Newcastle Workers! Show your international solidarity! 
                  Thursday, September 24
                    a.. Hold Whole Foods Accountable! 
                    b.. Quarantine Bank of America!
                  Friday, September 25
                    a.. People's Summit to Talk Back to the G-20
                  Tuesday, September 29
                    a.. Building Democracy from the Grassroots
                  Thursday, October 1
                    a.. March and Rally for Jobs and a Real Economic Recovery
                  For more information, to get involved, or to add an event to the G-20 week of action, contact the Global Justice Committee at jake at massjwj.net. 

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