Posts Tagged with "99%"

LIVE STREAM: Watch the Bank of America Shareholder Meeting Protest

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

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LIVE STREAM: Watch the Bank of America Shareholder Meeting Protest

If you can’t be in Charlotte tomorrow to join the protest at Bank of America’s shareholder meeting, that doesn’t mean you have to miss all of the action. There will be multiple live streams of the day’s events, which will include three marches, a boxing match between Brian “Big Banks” Moynihan and the 99% that [...]

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The 99% Spring

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

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The 99% Spring

This spring, RAN has joined an amazingly ambitious effort to train 100,000 Americans in non-violent direct action and start a movement to take our country back. Please read the call to action below from more than 40 economic and environmental advocacy groups. And then join us in springing into action. DATE: February 15, 2012 TO: [...]

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Remember, Remember The 5th Of November

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

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Remember, Remember The 5th Of November

Remember, remember the 5th of November — because this Saturday is “Bank Transfer Day.” BTD is a highly popular Facebook event (over 70,000 are attending) initiated by Kristen Christian, a young woman from California who decided she’d had enough of corporate greed. Her feelings resonated with tens of thousands of others, and the big banks [...]

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Reverend Billy Is Free!

Thursday, October 27, 2011

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Reverend Billy Is Free!

We just got this update from Reverend Billy of the Church of Earthalujah: Reverend Billy has been acquitted of all charges for last year’s action on Buy Nothing Day at UBS in New York City. During the action, the Stop Shopping Choir dressed as angels in flowing white robes and wings, filled the lobby, and [...]

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It’s Time To #OccupytheBoardRoom

Saturday, October 15, 2011

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It’s Time To #OccupytheBoardRoom

It’s time to #OccupytheBoardRoom. Thousands of protesters have been occupying Wall Street for the past several weeks to take their demands for social and economic justice directly to the richest 1% of Americans — the very folks who are benefiting most from the inequality in our system while the other 99% of us face endless [...]

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