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Labor and Community Groups Join Occupy SF, Announce March Through SF Financial District
Date Wednesday October 12
Time 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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Community and labor groups join Occupy SF; announce morning protest march through SF Financial District on Wednesday, October 12th at 7 a.m.
Event Type Protest
Organizer/AuthorForeclose on Wall Street West
When: 7:00 AM PST, Wednesday October 12, 2011

Where: The Federal Reserve Building, 101 Market Street in San Francisco, followed by march through Financial District

Who: Bay Area community members with a coalition of labor and community groups including Causa Justa Just Cause, UNITE HERE 2850, California Partnership

Speakers: Author Naomi Klein, SF Supervisor John Avalos, community members fighting to save their homes from foreclosure

Hashtags: #occupysf #ows

Bay Area residents are joining and supporting the Occupy SF and We Are the 99% movements in force this Wednesday, October 12, for a morning rush-hour march.

Californians have been hit hard by staggering unemployment rates and rampant foreclosures, with communities of color and working class communities bearing the brunt of the current economic crisis. Inspired by similar mass movements in New York, across the US, and around the world, residents and Bay Area community groups are speaking out.

The march participants are demanding that our banks pay their fair share of taxes and fines and that banks be held accountable for their role in causing this economic crisis.
Protesters are using the slogan “Foreclose on Wall Street West.”

SF Supervisor John Avalos, bestselling author Naomi Klein, and community members fighting to save their homes from foreclosure will address the march.

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Added to the calendar on Friday Oct 7th, 2011 4:36 PM
§Organizaciones Laborales y Comunitarias Juntan con “Occupy SF,” Encabezan Protesta
by Embargo al Wall Street del Oeste Friday Oct 7th, 2011 4:39 PM
Organizaciones laborales y comunitarias juntan con “Occupy SF”; encabezan protesta en el Distrito Financiero de San Francisco.

Cuándo: 7:00 AM, el miércoles 12 de octubre, 2011.

Dónde: El Edificio de la Reserva Federal, 101 Market Street en San Francisco, seguido por una marcha por el Distrito Financiero.

Quiénes: Miembros de la comunidad de la Área de la Bahía, con una coalición de grupos comunitarios y laborales incluyendo Causa Justa Just Cause, UNITE HERE Local 2850, y el California Partnership.

Oradores: Naomi Klein, escritora; John Avalos, Supervisor de San Francisco; miembros de la comunidad luchando para salvar sus casas de la ejecución hipotecaria.

Hashtags: #occupysf #ows

Residentes de la área de la bahía están apoyando y juntando con los movimientos “Occupy SF” y “Somos los 99%” con fuerza el miércoles 12 de octubre, con una marcha durante la hora punta de la mañana.

La gente de California ha sido bastante perjudicada por los altos niveles del desempleo y la proliferación de ejecuciones hipotecarias, y las comunidades de color y de la clase trabajadora han sufrido lo peor de la crisis económica actual. Inspirados por los movimientos parecidos en Nueva York y por todo los estados unidos y el mundo, residentes y grupos comunitarios de la área de la bahía están levantando la voz.

Los participantes de la marcha están exigiendo que los bancos paguen la parte correspondiente de los impuestos y las multas, y que se haga responsable a los bancos por su papel en causar esta crisis económica.

Los manifestantes están utilizando el slogan “Embargo al Wall Street del Oeste.”

Hablarán el supervisor de San Francisco John Avalos, la escritora Naomi Klein, y miembros de la comunidad que están peleando para salvar sus casas de la ejecución hipotecaria.

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Democrat Avalos, like all the rest of the rotten Board of Supervisors, all Democrats, supports the attack on city worker pensions with Proposition C. He is doing the same thing the despicable Democrats always do: Pretending to care about the workingclass while doing the bidding of the capitalist class. There is not one peep from this worthless Board of Supervisors about stopping the illegal Navy's Blue Death air show over our City or stopping the grand larceny, gentrification scheme known as Central Subway. He and the rest of the Board of Supervisors joined in giving away sinking, polluted Treasure Island to the criminal Lennar Corporation, the same crooks that are causing grief in Bayview Hunters Point. Do not ever have anything to do with the Democrat-Republicans. The Green Party has an excellent candidate for mayor, Terry Baum. See
Here is Terry Baum denouncing the Central Subway and defending city worker whistleblowers:
Here is more on the horrors of Prop C and D, the 2 anti-city worker propositions perpetrated by Democrats:
The above sounds like a campaign rally for reactionary Avalos. No worker who cares about the future votes Democrat or Republican. We vote Peace & Freedom and Green. See:
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