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Thousands To March For Reform On Wall Street

 

 

 

 

 

The risers are built, the JumboTron is in place, more than 14,000 virtual marchers are signed up and more than 10,000 union members and activists like you are set to join us in person and take our message to Wall Street.

Good Jobs Now! Wall Street Must Pay.

 Watch the rally LIVE here today beginning at 4 p.m. EDT

 

Not only is the rally streaming live online, but the 10,000+ marchers to the Bull on Wall Street will be filmed with handheld video cameras. It will be fun, unpredictable and chaotic, just like being at a march in person.

Join us live online and share the experience. AFL-CIO will have a chatroom set up to talk about reforming Wall Street, opportunities to take action and live video of the rally and march from beginning to end.


Congress is moving forward to debate a Wall Street reform bill and it’s critical that we keep our focus and message clear. We are 11 million jobs in the hole. We need Good Jobs Now and Wall Street Must Pay.

 

Marc Laitin
AFL-CIO Online Mobilization Coordinator

For live text message updates from the rally, text MARCH to 225568.

 

 



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