Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Free Bus Trips & Call to Action for People’s Summit in Chicago om May 18th

a 99% Solidarity:

Posted on May 6, 2012, 9:16 a.m. EST by OccupyWallSt
99% solidarity is excited to participate in nonviolent direct actions in Chicago from May 18 to 22, 2012. We have secured buses to bring people to these actions from several U.S cities.
We are currently working on the travel schedule, agenda and other important details of this trip. We will be contacting you with updated information shortly. For now here are a few updates:
  • The Bus trip is free
  • 50 people from each city must sign up and board the bus for the trip take place. If a city has less then 50 sign ups, then we may have to cancel the bus for that city.
  • Meals will be provided on board the bus to and from Chicago
  • We are working on housing and meals while in Chicago
There are several direct actions and events that we will participate in while in Chicago including:
  • May 18 – The People’s Summit
  • May 19 – the 99% Solidarity People’s Convention
  • May 20 – CANG8 rally and march.
Please visit 99solidarity.net often to get the most up to date information and be sure to invite your friends and fellow occupiers to join you on this exciting, historic trip.
In addition, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter: @99solidarity
Currently, buses will be leaving from the following cities in time to arrive in Chicago on May 17.
New York City
Washington DC
Boston, MA
Providence, RI
Burlington, VT
Salem, NH
Philadelphia, PA
Atlanta, GA
Oakland CA
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, CA
Portland, OR
We are working hard to add more cities, so please check back often if your city is not listed.
See below for the call to action!

So, Come On and Take a Free Ride Toward Your Freedom To The City Of Strong Shoulders.  Chicago is a lovely city this time of year.   The Neoliberal Boys destroyed all the good work of those who sacrificed their lives for the betterment of the common working man at Haymarket Square and now it's time to honor their courage and commitment to making this world a better place by doing your best to undue the ill works of the Chicago Boys who managed to destroy the economics of not just their homeland but many nations worldwide. 


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