SEIU Local 521


Occupy National Day of Action

Enough is enough--we can't wait any longer. Three years after Wall Street wrecked our economy, 25 million people are still unable to find full-time work and the scandalous income inequality gap between the Super Rich and working families just grows. But instead of creating jobs, Congress keeps focusing on job-killing budget cuts.

The wealthiest 1% in America owns 42% of our nation’s wealth.

It’s time to declare an Economic Emergency for the 99%.
On Nov. 17, we will peacefully join the Occupy movement at sites all across the country and demand an economy and a country that works for everyone, not just the 1%.



Bakersfield: Gather at 4 p.m. at Bank of America (Downtown - Chester and Truxtun Ave.)

Fresno: 4:30-6 p.m. at River Park, Nees and Blackstone Avenues

San Jose: March starts at 5 p.m. from San Jose State University MLK Library
(S. 4th St. and E. San Fernando St.)
to SAN JOSE CITY HALL (200 E. Santa Clara Street)

Santa Cruz: Gather at 5 p.m. on the Water Street Bridge (between Ocean St. & River St. - Map)

Can we count on you?

Please fill out the short form on the right, or print the flyer below for the location of the event you will attend, and return it your worksite organizer or your SEIU 521 office:
San Jose
Santa Cruz

Print these signs and take to your 99% action!

Can’t join us at the above actions? Try these:

Redwood City: Gather at 3:30 p.m. at the Redwood City Theatre District (Broadway & Middlefield) RSVP now with MoveOn.

Or check out the other Occupy actions near you.

"We are the 99 percent!"

How have you, your friends, and family been affected by the economy?

Share your story, or share this campaign with a coworker, friend or family member and let them tell their story.

Occupy San Jose
Occupy San Jose on Oct. 9, 2011. Photo taken by Heidi Perez, Fresno Delegate to the SEIU 521 Biennial Convention

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