The March Against Corruption is a worldwide effort to eradicate the corrupting influence of capitalism in public policy making.
November 2, 2013

Via OccupyWallSt.org:

Today, thousands of anti-corruption activists and organization will be participating from San Diego to New York City, Miami to Minnesota, Canada to Brazil, and Bangladesh to the United Kingdom. Today, people will be in the streets in more than 70 cities around the world.

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Credit: OccupyWallSt.

The March Against Corruption is a worldwide effort to eradicate the corrupting influence of capitalism in public policy making. This November 2nd is a first of many worldwide days of action.

Recently, Richard Wolff wrote, "The economic aim of both major US political parties is, in the end, the same: to protect and reinforce the capitalist system." It is time to stop working to support this economic system that does nothing but devalues our relationships and our communities as our resources are sucked into the pockets of the 1%.

http://www.marchagainstcorruption.com https://www.facebook.com/MarchAgainstCorruption
https://twitter.com/CorruptionMarch
https://www.facebook.com/PeopleOverPolitics

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Credit: OccupyWallSt.

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