Friday, October 28, 2011

Saturday, Oct 29th: CUNY on the March: Against Tuition Hikes and Growing Inequality

The Occupy Wall Street movement has energized an unprecedented movement of activists around the globe to speak out against a growing sense of inequality.

Albany's failure to increase funding to CUNY in these difficult economic times is a striking example of inequality here at home. The steady climb in tuition has placed a financial burden on CUNY students, many of whom belong to working-class families, that many can no longer bear.

Please show your support by joining CUNY students this weekend.

March Against Tuition Hikes and Growing Inequality

Join students, community activists and concerned citizens at noon on Saturday, October 29th to march from Union Square to Zuccotti Park.

For more information, please e-mail: or visit CUNY on the March on facebook.

Join the Conversation

OWS has definitely got people talking and we would like to hear what you have to say. Please share your thoughts with us on twitter @greaternycforchange or on facebook.

To get the conversation started, here is the President's views on OWS along with an excellent article by Matt Taibbi. Agree? Disagree? Let us know.

Thank you for your continued dedication to change.

  • Aliya, Greater NYC for Change
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