The Workers United to #OccupyWallStreet
March for Jobs & Economic Fairness Dec 1st
1% have tripled their wealth over the past 30 years.

Students graduate with tens of thousands of dollars of debt.

14.3% of recent grads have no jobs; 5.9 million 25-34-year- olds
have moved in with their parents.

Join us at 4pm or 6pm
March for Jobs and Economic Fairness
Thursday, December 1, 4pm – 6pm
Herald Square to Union Square
Union Square 6pm To Liberty Plaza

Assembly Area for Occupy Wall Street:
30th Street & 5th Avenue, SW corner
Occupy Wall Street will continue to Liberty Plaza

Every day we see people struggling to survive. That is why we march on Dec. 1, not just for the labor movement, but for everyone frustrated and worried about growing economic disparity in this country, for everyone who has ever agonized about finding a job, paying for college, meeting a mortgage payment, or buying food for dinner. The March for Jobs and Economic Fairness on Dec. 1 is a call to action and a show of unity — we want to march down Broadway and fill the street from curb to curb, so government and big business get our message: enough is enough.
It’s time to end the unfair economic policies that
benefit the few, and leave everyone else behind.

Come after work! Come after school! Come when you can!
This march is our call to action. Be there.
NO rally. NO speeches. It’s all been said before.

Join Domino’s Pizza Workers to Fight Foodservice Sweatshops

Wednesday, Nov. 16th, 1:00pm at Verdi Square (72nd & Broadway) 

The Justice Will Be Served! Campaign (JWBS) organizes service workers (nail salon, restaurant, deli, car service) to unite for better working conditions.

The Campaign supports the Domino’s workers’ struggle for justice and calls on the people of NYC to unite for better working conditions and an end to sweatshop exploitation. For more information, call the Justice Will Be Served! Campaign at (212) 358-0295 or email


Miercoles, 16 de Noviembre, 1:00 PM en el parque de la Calle 72 y Broadway  

La Campaña Justicia Sera Servida (JWBS) organiza a los trabajadores de servicio (salón de uñas, restaurante, delis, servicio de coche) a unirse para mejorar

las condiciones de trabajo. Estamos marcando una nueva etapa, llamando a la gente trabajadora de la ciudad de Nueva York a unire al movimiento

por mejores condiciones y derechos iguales para todos. Para mas informacion, llama a (212) 358-0295 o

November 2nd: National Day of Action in Solidarity with Occupy Oakland and in Defense of the Occupy Movement Nationally

On October 25th, Occupy Oakland was brutally attacked by riot police. One protestor, Iraq veteran Scott Olson, remains in critical condition. But on Wednesday, thousands of protestors re-occupied Oscar Grant Plaza in courageous defiance of this attempt at repression. The Oakland General Assembly has called for a general strike on Wednesday, November 2nd. Given this call, and given the national attempt by mayors and police to repress and silence our movement, the Labor Outreach Committee of Occupy Wall Street is calling for a national day of action on November 2nd in solidarity with Occupy Oakland and in defense of the Occupy movement nationally. We urge students, labor, the unemployed and all members of the 99% to take action on that day to send a message that our movement will not be silenced.


Participating groups and individuals in New York City (list in formation): CWA District 1, Brooklyn General Assembly, New York City All Student Assembly, New York City Labor Against the War, Labor for Palestine, Occupy the DOE, Marvin Holland (Political Director, TWU Local 100)*, Christine Williams (Executive Board Member, TWU Local 100)*, Charles Jenkins (Second Vice Chair, Line Equipment and Signals, TWU Local 100)*, Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition, Virtual Boricua, Luisa’s Liberation Artists Making Action, East Harlem Preservation, Michael Letwin, (Former President, Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW Local 2325)*, UAW Region 9A

Participating groups nationally (list in formation): Occupy LA, Occupy Boston, Occupy Portland, Milwaukee Walkout, Occupy Pittsburgh, Occupy Pasadena, Occupy San Antonio, Occupy Burlington, Occupy Morgantown, Occupy Hartford, Occupy Asheville, Occupy Susquehanna, AFT Local 3220 (Stewards’ Council, Teaching Assistants’ Association, University of Wisconsin-Madison), Oakland Education Association, Socialist Party of CT, National Immigrant Solidarity Network, Action LA Network, Peace NO War Network, Activist Video Service, International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal (Philadelphia), Coffee House Teach-ins (Santa Monica)

*Individual endorsement, affiliations listed for identification purposes only

Friday, October 21st: CWA and Occupy Wall Street March Against Verizon Corporate Greed

Verizon workers are part of the 99%!  Together with Occupy Wall Street, we will march from 140 West Street past Zuccotti Park to shine a spotlight on corporate greed at Verizon and Verizon Wireless. 


4-5 PM before the march Verizon Workers will Picket Verizon HQ 140 West Street

5:15 PM We will march from 140 West street to Liberty Plaza

5:30 We will march from Liberty Plaza to rally at a nearby Verizon Wireless Store by 6pm (final store location not announced).

45,000 Verizon and Verizon Wireless workers are on the front lines of the struggle against corporate greed.

Verizon is the 16th largest corporation in America, with one of the largest union workforces. In the past four years, Verizon made $22.5 billion in profits and paid its top five executives $258 million —yet wants to slash workers’ benefits, force us to pay thousands of dollars more for health care, reduce our sick time, and eliminate our job security.

March to Chase Bank & Move your $ Saturday


Move Your Money: Day of Action Against Banks!

March to Chase Branch This Saturday

Oct 15, 11am @ Liberty Plaza

Come support Chase customers closing their account

Chase bank uses our $ to make their profits, but we don’t have to let them!

Sponsored by Occupy Wall Street Labor Committee

Stand-up w Building workers! Rally & March for Good Jobs Oct 12

UPDATED:   32BJ Rally & March for Good Jobs 2:00 PM  WED, OCT 12   March from Bowling Green (Beaver & Whitehall) Map:   Rally at the NY Stock Exchange (Broad & Exchange Place) Map:  

NEW LOCATION Community/Labor March on Wall Street

Weds 5 Oct 2011 4:30-7:30pm

NEW Location: 

Foley Square; Center street and Duane Street (behind 26 Federal Plaza)

Union workers and community members impacted by the economic crisis have been demanding that Wall Street and the wealthiest New Yorker’s pay their fair share of taxes. Let’s march down to Wall Street to welcome the protesters and show the faces of New Yorkers hardest hit by corporate greed.

Participating organizations:

United NY
Strong Economy for All Coalition
Working Families Party,
Community Voices Heard
Alliance for Quality Education
New York Communities for Change
Coalition for the Homeless
Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project (NEDAP)
TWU Local 100
The Job Party
NYC Coalition for Educational Justice
The Mirabal Sisters Cultural and Community Center
The New Deal for New York Campaign
National People’s Action
Human Services Council
Labor-Religion Coalition of New York State
Citizen Action of NY
SEIU 1199
CWA 1109
Communications Workers of America
Democracy for NYC
United Auto Workers
United Federation of Teachers
Professional Staff Congress - CUNY
National Nurses United
Common Cause NY
Writers Guild East
New Bottom Line
Tenants & Neighbors
CWA Local 1180
Resource Generation
Tenants PAC
Association of Tenants of Lincoln Towers
Jews for Racial and Economic Justice
Urban Youth Collaborative
Queers for Economic Justice
CAAV: Organizing Asian Communities
Street Vendor Project
Urban Youth Collaborative
NY Students Rising
Greater NYC for Change
New York Immigration Coalition
Community-Farmworker Alliance NYC

members of SEIU 32BJ (property services workers— like the janitorial staff that clean up after Wall Street bankers) show their support of #OccupyWallStreet

members of SEIU 32BJ (property services workers— like the janitorial staff that clean up after Wall Street bankers) show their support of #OccupyWallStreet

Next Up Summit of Young Labor Unionists Supports Occupy Wall Street Protests

AFL-CIO’s Donna Jablonski writes:

The 800 young workers, activists and students at the AFL-CIO Next Up Young Worker Summit in Minneapolis announced their strong support of the Occupy Wall Street protesters:

 ”The world in which we live isn’t working for the vast majority of people. The top 1 percent controls the economy, makes profits at the expense of working people, and dominates the political debate. Wall Street symbolizes this simple truth: a small group of people have the lives and livelihoods of working Americans in their hands.

“In the last two weeks, young people have sparked a movement on Wall Street, just as they did through the Arab Spring and in Wisconsin against Scott Walker. Participants at the AFL-CIO Next Up Young Worker Summit left Occupy Wall Street to join with young people in the labor movement to talk about how best to take back our economy for the middle class.


“Today, more than 800 Next Up participants from around the country stand with those on Wall Street who are making their voices heard. The future of our country depends on young people demanding the future we believe in. And we believe that Wall Street should pay for the damage they’ve done to our economy, our jobs, and our communities – foreclosing on homes, making massive profits with no oversight, and not sharing in building a future for the next generation.

“We stand together in calling for a country that doesn’t just work for the top 1 percent. We stand together to call for a sustainable future that doesn’t begin with massive tax breaks for the wealthy and end with austerity measures and a jobs crisis.

“We are one.”

National Nurses United Statement in Support of the actions in New York

National Nurses United (NNU), the nation’s largest registered nurse labor union, representing 170,000 direct care RNs, stands in support of, and in solidarity with, the ongoing street protests and rallies.

We applaud the commitment, savvy and sacrifice exhibited by the multitude of students, union members, clergy, and many others from all walks of life who have come together to loudly and clearly place the blame for the nation’s pain where it belongs. Wall Street caused the financial crisis and we share your demand that Wall Street pay us back.

NNU nurses are leading the fight for a Main Street Contract for the American People. The Contract calls for meeting the basic needs of a civilized society and ensuring that all pay their fair share. Currently the wealthiest individuals and corporations do not pay that fair share. NNU is campaigning for a Financial Transaction Tax on Wall Street to help remedy that inequity.

As nurses, our motto in this fight is simple. “Heal America. Make Wall Street Pay!”