This weekend begins the March on Wall Street South! Charlotte will be the center of the political universe during the DNC, offering the opportunity to raise a people’s agenda.
The Coalition to March on Wall Street South is rallying behind the following demands:
- Good jobs for all! Economic justice now — Make the banks and corporations pay for their crisis!
- Money for education, health care, housing and all human needs, not for war and incarceration!
- Justice for immigrants and all oppressed peoples! Stop the raids and deportations!
Schedule of Events (September 1-6):
Saturday,September 1, 2012
Beginning at 12pm
@ Area 15 (corner of 15th St and North Davidson)
A day-long festival organized by youth, student, and immigrant activists full of speakouts, teach-ins, workshops, spoken word, and a concert at night featuring Rebel Diaz and Jasiri-X!
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Rally begins at 11am, March at 1pm
@ Frazier Park
Join us in Charlotte for the major action being planned by the Coalition to raise people’s demands for jobs and justice! We’ll march to the international headquarters of Bank of America, the eastern HQ of Wells Fargo, Duke Energy, the Time Warner Cable Arena, and the Bank of America stadium.
Monday, September 3, 2012
1pm to 5pm
@ Wedgewood Baptist Church
4800 Wedgewood Drive, Charlotte, NC 28210
Join Southern unions, workers organizations, civil/human rights groups, immigrant rights groups, unemployed, young workers, women and LGBT workers, faith and community for a workers speak-out that uplifts our on-the-ground actual workers’ rights struggles in the US South!
September 4-6 – Affinity group and other actions
Hope to see you in the streets!