Sunday, October 9, 2011

Join Us for Occupy Muskegon, Next Saturday.

Show your support for America’s future and the Wall Street protests this Saturday, October 15th , at Hackley Park at 10:00 AM. Cities and towns all over America are standing up to voice support for the Occupy Wall Street movement, holding local gatherings of their own. Chicago, Boston, and Seattle are doing it. Detroit, Lansing, and Grand Rapids are doing it. And now Muskegon, Michigan is joining its voice with people who want Washington to focus on regular, hardworking Americans.

Nearly one month ago, thousands of people started a long-term protest on Wall Street, frustrated that our leaders were not listening to ordinary Americans. The protests were born of a deep concern that our leaders are more focused on the interests of the banks and multinational businesses than the interests of American voters and mom and pop businesses.

The peaceful show of support for regular American workers has continued night and day since it began September 17th, and continues to grow in scope and size. More than 15,000 Americans assembled on Wall Street last Monday, with hundreds of thousands showing their support all across America in similar gatherings. Another 10,000 assembled in Seattle alone.

If you feel your voice no longer matters in America, join us at Hackley Park in downtown Muskegon, this Saturday, October 15th, at 10:00 PM, and make your voice heard with hundreds of thousands of others gathering across our nation.

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