Monday, April 26, 2010

Rallies this week for Immigration Reform, Wall Street Reform & more!

From Greater NYC for Change:
Arizona passed an anti-immigrant law that threatens to 'undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans.'
The Citizens United decision opened the floodgates to corporate donations in political campaigns.
A tone-deaf Wall Street is resisting long overdue financial regulatory reforms.
Well, don't get mad – get organized! Come to these events this week and help us keep our country moving forward!

Wednesday, April 28th, 7:45 - 9 PM

The Price of Democracy: Corporate Money in Politics

NYU Law School, Lipton Hall, 108 West 3rd St.
Come see a vigorous debate about corporate cash in our democracy in the wake of the Citizens United decision. Featuring special guests State Senator Daniel Squadron, campaign finance expert Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, and election lawyer/professor Jerry H. Goldfeder. (Co-sponsored by Living Liberally, Act Now!, Manhattan Young Democrats and many, many others.)
RSVP on 

Thursday, April 29th, 4 - 6 PM

March On Wall Street

Starting at Chambers Street and Broadway
Join AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and thousands of union and community activists from across the country marching down Broadway into the heart of the financial district in support of Wall Street reform. RSVP on 

Saturday, May 1st, 11 AM

March & Rally for Labor, Immigrant Rights & Jobs for All!

Assemble at 11 AM at Foley Square - Worth Street (between Centre & Lafayette Streets)
We are united—the employed and the unemployed, the documented and the undocumented, the organized and the unorganized, the people of diverse races and ethnicities who live and work in New York City. We are marching to demand an economic policy that supports rather than destroys the lives of the working-class majority, one that supports rather than attacks the traditional source of New York's wealth—immigrants.
RSVP here or on MyBo

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