Sunday, January 15, 2012

Keep Hope Alive - African American Leaders join with Occupy on MLK Day 2012


Occupy the Dream!
To honor Rev. Martin Luther King’s birthday, Occupy Wall Street is privileged to welcome African-American clergy as they join the movement to address economic inequality and social injustice.

Members of the African-American faith community have joined forces with Occupy Wall Street to launch a new campaign for economic justice inspired by the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. Faithful to its philosophical origin, the “Occupy the Dream” coalition has called for a  
National Day of Action
on Martin Luther King Day
  Monday, January 16, 2012
when they will “Occupy the Federal Reserve,” in multiple cities nationwide, focusing attention on the gross injustice visited upon the 99% by the financial elite. This will be the first of many actions leading up to a mass gathering in Washington D.C., to be held April 4 – 7, when millions will unite in celebration of the life and legacy of Dr King.

In support of this effort, StudioOccupy.org has created this inspiring video:

SOURCE: and for more info Occupy the dream.org

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