Central Valley, Politics, Stockton

Occupy Wall Street supporters hope for movement in Stockton

Support for a protesting momentum called “Occupy Wallstreet” began by the group Adbusters in New York has grown into a nationwide protest. Sprouting other protests such as Occupy San Francisco, and Occupy Sacramento in California. The message they are sending is simple, “We are the 99%.”

The leaderless yet,  peaceful and non-partisan protest is focused on one main objective; to end governmental corruption they believe is caused by the top 1%.  Although views on how to correct the problem differentiate, they all believe they are working toward a common mission; a better economy.

In Stockton, there is a peaceful protest scheduled on the sidewalks of DiCarli Square across the street from the downtown movie theatre, and across the street from Bank of America- on Wednesday October 12, 2011 beginning at 7:00 AM.  The community is expected to come out in support bringing people in the labor sector, college students, homeless, people who have been through foreclosures, educators, those who have lost their homes, the unemployed, laid off, and more…

Additional information visit occupywallstreet.org

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