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Martin Luther King

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 & Broadway, and at
12 Noon Saturday April 4 at Wall and Nassau
(The Stock Exchange)

Bail Out the People Not the Banks!

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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.

Below is a partial list of Endorsers
of the March on Wall Street:

Action Center For Justice, Charlotte , NC
Ad Hoc National Network To Stop Foreclosures And Evictions
After Downing Street, *****, VA
Artists And Activists United For Peace , Jersey City, NJ
Asia Pacific Action, Nyc, NY
Atlanta International Action Center , Atlanta, GA
Awesome Roses And Flowers, Berkeley, CA
Bail Out People Movement/ad Hoc National Network To Stop Foreclosures And Evictions , New York, NY
Bail Out The People Movement - Boston, Boston, MA
Bail Out The People Movement-northern California , San Francisco, CA
Bailout The People Long Island , Freeport, NY
Baldwin-wallace Food Justice Council, Berea, OH
Bayan Usa
Black Workers For Justice , Raleigh, NC
Bolivarian Circle Alberto Lovera, Nyc, NY
Bolivarian Youth, Miami, FL
Border Agricultural Workers Project, El Paso, TX
Care2.com, Red Bluff, CA
Central Jersey People's Organization For Progress , Highland Park, NJ
Change-links Progressive Newspaper, North Holllywood, CA
Chicago Fist And Illinois Moratorium Committee , Chicago, IL
D.c. Bail Out People Movement , Washington, DC
Destroyindustry, Raleigh, NC
Elizabeth People's Organization For Progress , Elizabeth, NJ
Fight Imperialism Stand Together (fist Youth)
First Fruits Development Group, Bronx, NY
Fist - Fight Imperialism Stand Together , New York, New York
Free Iraq Now, Anaheim, CA
Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Minneapolis, MN
Gay And Lesbian Labor Network Paw Afl-cio
Green Party - Manhattan , New York, NY
Green Party Manhattan Local, New York, NY
Guyanese American Workers United, New York, New York
Guyanese American Workers United New York Ny, New York, NY
Harlem Tenants Council , New York, NY
Harlem Tenants Council New York Ny, New York, NY
Houston Bail Out The People Movement/ Troops Out Now , Houston, TX
Humanists For Peace, West Palm Beach, FL
Humor Times, Sacramento, CA
International Action Center
International Action Center, Atlanta, GA
International Action Center - Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
International Action Center Of Tucson, Tucson, AZ
International Alliance Of Inhabitants, Padova, Italy, Italy
Islamic Society Of Bayridge Arab Muslim American Federation , Brooklyn, NY
Jersey City Peace Movement , Jersey City, NJ
Jersey City Peace Movement, Jersey City, NJ
Kennebunk Peace Department, Kennebunk, Maine
Kinetics Faith & Justice Network, Baltimore, MD
Labor/community Coalition To Stop Foreclosures And Evictions (california), CA
Latinas & Latinos For Social Change, Cambridge, MA
Latino Caucus Seiu Local 721
Local 26 Here/unite, Boston, MA
Logos Institute Of Spiritual Humanism, Oakland, Ca
Marcus Garvey Cultural Center First Fruits Development , Brooklyn, NY
May 1 Coalition For Worker And Immigrant Rights (nyc), New York, NY
Miami May Day Coalition , Miami, FL
Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice , MI
Million Worker March Movement East
Mobilization Against War And Occupation (mawo), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Moratorium Now! Coalition To Stop Foreclosures And Evictions, Detroit
Moratorium Now! Coalition To Stop Foreclosures And Evictions (michigan), MI
Movement In Motion, Brooklyn, ny
Movimiento De La Pena Del Bronx , Bronx, NY
Nacce, Roosevelt, NY
Nashville Peace Coalition, Nashville, TN
National Alliance For Filipino Concerns Bayan Usa, Woodside, NY
National Network To Stop Foreclosures And Evictions--bailout The People Movement, Baltimore, MD
New Black Panther Party, Decatur, GA
New Five Star Millennium Entertainment, Inc, East Northport, NY
New York City Council Member Charles Barron's Office , Brooklyn, NY
New York City Labor Against The War, New York, NY
New York City Labor Against The War New York, New York, NY
Next Left Notes, New York, NY
Niebyl-proctor Marxist Library, Oakland, CA
Nonarchy And People Not Profit, Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Nyc Pro-immigration Protest, Bay Shore, NY
Ohio Moratorium Now! , Cleveland, OH
Ohio Moratorium Now!, Cleveland, OH
Old Orchard Beach Me
Pakistan Usa Freedom Forum
Patriotic Response To Renegade Government, S Newfane, VT
People's Organization For Progress, Newark, NJ
People's Revolutionary Party, Philadelpia, PA
Peoples Assembly , Providence, Rhode Island
Phil Berrigan Institute For Nonviolence, Reading, PA
Philadelphia Iac , Philadelphia, PA
Private Health Insurance Must Go, New York, New York
Private Health Insurance Must Go Coalition, New York, New York
Private Health Insurance Must Go Coalition New York City Ny, New York, New York
Queers For Peace & Justice
Queers Without Borders, Hartford, CT
Queers Without Borders - Ct Transadvocacy , CT
Queertoday.com, San Francisco, CA
Racial Wealth Divide Project Of The Instittue For Policy Studies, Washington, DC
Raleigh F.i.s.t. , Raleigh, NC
San Diego Bail Out The People Movement, San Diego, CA
Santa Cruz School For Tarot & Qabalah Study, Santa Cruz, CA
Sept. 7th Movement, Augusta, GA
Service Employees International Union Local 721 (l.a.), Los Angeles, CA
Sista's Place , Brooklyn, NY
Socialist Party Of Ct, Salem, CT
Suffolk Progressive Vision, Moriches, NY
Teamster Local 808
Teamsters Local 808 , Long Island City , NY
Teamsters Local 808 Long Island City Ny: Boston
The Enviro Show; Wxoj-lp, Florence, MA
The Peoples Coup, Missoula, MT
The Shiawassee Progressive, Owosso, MI
Troops Out Now Coalition
Uaw 2334 Detroit, Detroit, MI
Uaw Local 122
Ufp &j, Picayune, MS
University Of Baltimore Fist Chapter
Usw Local 8751, Boston, MA
Veterans For Constitutional Respect, Wilcox, PA
Veterans For Peace Chap. 34, Brooklyn, NY
Vox Pop Coffeehouse/community Space, Brooklyn, NY
Wespac Foundation: Economic Justice Committee , Pleasantville, NY
Western Mass Bail Out The People Movement , Springfield, Massachusetts
Western Mass. Iac/troops Out Now Coalition, Northampton, MA
Women's Fight Back Network (massachusetts), Massachusetts
Womens Fight Back Network (massachusetts), Massachusetts
World Can't Wait, New York, NY
Khosrow Allaf-akbari, PhD Student, University Of Maryland*, Hyattsville, MD
Carolyn Almen, Germantown, MD
Mazen Almoukdad, Founder, Free Iraq Now, Anaheim, CA
Bernie And Marcia Altman, Kelso, WA
Jake Applebaum, People's Revolutionary Party, Philadelpia, PA
Diana Arezzo, Psychologist, Shore Educational Collaborative*, Arlington, MA
Ronald Barnes, Rochester, NH
Charles Barron, member , New York City Council*, New York, NY
Bill Bell, Arlington, VA
Dana Bellwether, member, Impact!*, Petaluma, CA
Bernard Berg, neither, Easton, PA
Phillip Bergmann, New York, NY
Maurita Bernet, teacher, Phoenix, AZ
Robert Bisson, Stuyvesant, NY
Jerry Bloomer, Hot Springs, SD
Tony Boyer, Twentynine Palms, CA
Ed (edward) Brandt, Retired political science professor, Minneapolis, MN
Edward Brandt, Disabled retired political science professor, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Adela Brent, Counsellor, Zigzag Young Women's Resource Centre Inc.*, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Elaine Brower, National Steering Committee Member, World Can't Wait, New York, NY
Hugh Bruce, Member, Executive Board, Veterans For Peace Chap. 34, Brooklyn, NY
Tom Burke, Organizing Secretary, Freedom Road Socialist Organization, Minneapolis, MN
Nicholas Camerota, Prof. of Philosophy & Political Theory, Springfield (mass.) Technical Community College*, Springfield, MA
Frances Cannon, Care2.com, Red Bluff, CA
Betty Carr, Denver, CO
Ben Carroll, Raleigh Fist, Unc Student Action With Workers*, Chapel Hill, NC
Merrill A. Carter, Denver, CO
James Carvalho, US ctizen, Na*, Colton, CA
Sara Catalinotto, member, Aft L. 2334*, Bronx, NY
Jane Chischilly, Bisbee, AZ
Paul Clark, Chaplain, Phil Berrigan Institute For Nonviolence, Reading, PA
Yvonne Claudius, Sonora, CA
James Cockcroft, SUNY professor & writer, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Shantell Colebrooke, student, La Guardia Community College *, Brooklyn, NY, ny
Charu Colorado, Ashland, OR
Peter Cook, Boston Teachers Union, L. 66, Mft Aft*, Boston, MA
Ricardo Corrales , Magister en Agronegocios, Consultor Independiente*, Heredia, Heredia, Costa Rica
Jessica Cresseveur, New Albany, IN
Charmaine Crockett, University, Person*, Honolulu, HI
Connie Crothers, Brooklyn, NY
Lynn Croxton, Belleville, IL
Marian Cruz, Hollister, CA
Glory Dassi, El Prado, NM
Glory Dassi, El Prado, NM
Phil Davis, Douglasville, GA
Courtney Deacon, New York, NY
Gloria Decorah-toyebo, Crandon, WI
Dan Dewalt, founder, Patriotic Response To Renegade Government, S Newfane, VT
Denise Didolce, Rahway, NJ
Roger Dittmann, President/CEO, Digisurfer Corporation*, Anaheim, CA
Catherine Donaghy, organizer/volunteer, Western Mass. Iac/troops Out Now Coalition, Northampton, MA
Catherine Donaghy, Volunteer/organizer, Western Mass. Iac/troops Out Now Coalition, Northampton, MA
Ellie Dorritie, Apwu Retirees (american Postal Workers Union)*, Buffalo, NY
Jeanne Downing, Orange City, FL
Tim Duda, American Federation Of Teachers (ret)*, San Antonio, TX
Greg Dunkel, Chapter Chair, Psc/aft 2334*, New York, NYY
Andrew Epstein, Binghamton, NY
Elizabeth Everett, Substitute Teacher, Dobbs Ferry, NY
Juliana Flint, Organizer, Nyc Pro-immigration Protest, Bay Shore, NY
Thomas Ford, Editor/Reporter, The Shiawassee Progressive, Owosso, MI
Carol Francia, Mendocino, CA
Rita Gallin, East Lansing, MI
Mohammed Ghani, Student, Laguardia Community College*, Woodside, NY, ny
Steve Gillis, Vice President, Uswa 8751*, Boston, MA
Steven Gillis, Vice President, Usw Local 8751, Boston, MA
Travis Giobbi, Iupat, Local 10 And Freedom Socialist Party*, Portland, OR
Ellis Gold, Awesome Roses And Flowers, Berkeley, CA
Alain Goldman, student, La Guardia Community College *, Laurelton, NY, ny
Alexandra Goncalves, Brooklyn, NY
Thomas Good, Editor, Next Left Notes, New York, NY
Mike S Goodman, Fellow Worker, Iww*, Madison, WI
Rosemary Graf, Harlingen, TX
Kinte Grant, Min. of information, New Black Panther Party, Decatur, GA
Marlene L Grant, Founder, Sept. 7th Movement, Augusta, GA
Phyllis Greenleaf, Santa Cruz, CA
Donna Guenther, M.D., Richmond, CA
Amy Harlib, New York, NY
Joseph Hayden, Ufp &j, Picayune, MS
Joseph Hayden, member, Ufp &j, Picayune, MS
Richard K. Heacock, Jr., Executive Director, Alaska Impact, Inc.*, Fairbanks, AK
Tom Henry, CEO / writer, Www.imlookingforabailout.com*, Friday Harbor, WA
Neil Hiebert, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Joan Hinton, Beijing, Beijing, PR China
Allen Hose, President, Windward Village Mobile Homeowner's Association*, Long Beach, CA
Howard Hoskins, St. Charles, MO
Sophia Hughes, Charlottesville, VA
Ricardo Ibanez, Glassboro, NJ
James Israel, Publisher, Humor Times, Sacramento, CA
Abdeen Jabara, attorney, Board Member, Ccr*, New York, NY
S. Jahangeer, Alexandria, VA
Amber Jayanti, Founder, Santa Cruz School For Tarot & Qabalah Study, Santa Cruz, CA
Clinton Jesser, Dekalb, IL
David Johnson, Pre 9/11 American Citizen, The Peoples Coup, Missoula, MT
John Johnson, Editor, Change-links Progressive Newspaper, North Holllywood, CA
Todd Johnson, Eugene, OR
Gordon Johnston, Portland, OR
Jason Jones, Valparaiso, IN
Anna Maria Kaalund Ramm Biao, Pensionist, Næstved, -, Denmark
Inga Kaminski, Chicago, ilinois
Steve Kaplan, activist, Yorktown Heights, NY
Carole Keene, Houston, TX
Don Kelly, Bigelow, AR
Sue Kelly, Sec.-Treas., Local 334, Opeiu*, Kitty Hawk, NC
Sue Kelly, Secretary-Treasurer, Local 334 Opeiu*, Kitty Hawk, NC
Keith Kinneberg, Pine Island, NY
Jamie Kinner, Claypool, IN
Richard Kirchhoff, Seattle, WA
Steve Kirschbaum, Grievance Chair, Uswa 8751*, Boston, MA
Jeff Koch, Whitesboro, NY
Max Krueger, Nonarchy And People Not Profit, Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
Jerry Kunz, Member, Veterans For Peace, Chapter 134, Tacoma, Wa*, Tacoma, WA
Jesse La Greca, New York City, NY, Queens
Larry Lambert, Desert Springs, CA
Jackie Lancaster, Chula Vista, CA
David Landsberg, Westland, MI
Patty Langford, Tatum, TX
Dustin Langley, Jersey City, NJ
Donna Lazarus, Teacher, Uft*, Brooklyn, NY
Michael Letwin, Co-Convener, New York City Labor Against The War, New York, NY
Rob Levy, Plymouth, Devon, United Kingdom
Jerimarie Liesegang, Queers Without Borders, Hartford, CT
Dave Lindblom, Mount Pleasant, UT
Alan Macdonald, Greens*, Sanford, ME
Jane Manifold, Music teacher/photographer, Private*, Adelaide, SA, Australia
Lawrence Matthews, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Caleb Maupin, Chair, Baldwin-wallace Food Justice Council, Berea, OH
Cynthia Maurer, Wales, ma
Robin Mccubbin, California Teachers Association, Ret.*, San Diego, California
Jane Mccullam, Newbury, OH
Ron Mcgill, Altadena, CA
Elissa Menconi, Dorchester, MA
Theresia Millasovich, manager, Rowley, MA
Robert Mills, Reverend, Logos Institute Of Spiritual Humanism, Oakland, Ca
Jeff Mitchell, Waterford, MI
Chuck Mohan, President, Guyanese American Workers United, New York, New York
Sheila Morris, Licensed Social Worker, Providence Hospice Of Seattle*, Seattle, WA
Ali-reza Moshrefi, Berkeley, CA
Zayid Muhammad, natl min of culture, New Black Panther Party*, Newark, NJ
Sam Murad, Charlotte, NC
Mary Mutch, La Crosse, WI
Jeff Nall, founder, Humanists For Peace, West Palm Beach, FL
John Neal, Charlotte, NC
Michael Nolley, volunteer, member, Share International, Salem Friends Meeting*, Salem, OR
Efia Nwangaza, founder/director, Malcolm X Center For Self-determination*, Greenville, SC
Michael O'neill, Tacoma, WA
Don Ogden, Co-host, The Enviro Show; Wxoj-lp, Florence, MA
Bob Patenaude, Director, Niebyl-proctor Marxist Library, Oakland, CA
Ron Patenaude, President, Uaw Local 2322*, Holyoke, Massachusetts
Bet Power, Northampton, MA
Jim Prentice, Prof. Emeritus of Physics, Science For Peace, Univ. Of Toronto*, Victoria, BC, Canada
Michael Quinn, Burbank, CA
George Ramirez, San Jose, CA
Tim Redfern, Mosheim, TN
Doug Reed, Venice, CA
Janine Regan, Weymouth, MA
Gary Ribovic, Organizer, Veterans For Constitutional Respect, Wilcox, PA
Jerry Rivers, Environmental Scientist, Nacce, Roosevelt, NY
Leslie Robertson, Dr., New York, NY
Thomas Rockriver, member, Vvaw, Mfso,vfp*, Chapel Hill, NC
Minnie Ruffin, member, Atlanta Grandmothers For Peace*, Atlanta, GA
Karen Sackett, Suffolk Progressive Vision, Moriches, NY
Hank Sambach, Local 1930, Nypublic Library Guild*, New York, NY
Ifa Sango, .PRES, First Fruits Development Group, Bronx, NY
Ruby Schleifer, Student, Bronx, NY
Judy Schwartz, Hollywood, FL
Iñaki Serraller Vizcaino, Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Ali Shokouhbakhsh, College Instructor, San Jose , CA
George Sidoti, President, New Five Star Millennium Entertainment, Inc, East Northport, NY
Roberta Silva, New York, NY
Chris Silvera, Secretary-Treasurer, Teamster Local 808,
Jo Sippie-gora, Chair, Seeds Of Peace (morristown Unitarian Fellowship)*, Kinnelon, NJ
Thomas Siracuse, Chair, Green Party Manhattan Local, New York, NY
David Smith, Professor, Sociology, Uci*, Irivne, CA
Edwina Smith, San Francisco, CA
David Sole, President , Uaw 2334 Detroit, Detroit, MI
Justin Stepney, Destroyindustry, Raleigh, NC
Al Strasberger, , NJ
Allen Strouse, policy consultant, United Food & Commercial Workers Local 1500*, New York, NY
John Surdyk, Lyons, IL
David Swanson, Co-Founder, After Downing Street, *****, VA
Kate And Jeff Taylor, Clarendon, VT
Gordon Tuor, Sandy, OR
Doug Turnbull, Kippa-ring, Queensland, Australia
Todd Vachon, Chairperson, Socialist Party Of Ct, Salem, CT
Sam Waldman, Mendocino, CA
Beverley Waterbury, CNA, Roseville, CA
Jennifer Wells, Schenectady, NY
Dave Welsh, Delegate, San Francisco Labor Council*, San Francisco, CA
Roger Wilcox, Sandy, UT
Kayla Wildman, Ukiah, CA
Susan Williams, Brooklyn Park, MN
Graig Yarbrough, Colorado Springs, CO
Tara Zurheide, Woodland Park, NJ

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