WGAE Members Joined AFL-CIO March on Wall Street
April 30, 2010
On April 29th, WGAE members and staff joined the AFL-CIO and thousands of union and community activists in a march from City Hall through the financial district to spread the message “Make Wall Street Pay!” Read more about it and read the running commentary on Twitter.
WGAE Members Rallied and Marched on Wall Street
Wall Street tanked America’s economy, killed jobs, took $700 billion in taxpayer bailout, then went right back to business as usual, choking off credit, handing out $145 billion in 2009 executive pay and bonuses and fighting meaningful financial reform.
America is 11 million jobs in the hole and it’s time for the financial industry to pay up, to use profits not just to generate more wealth for themselves but to build, revitalize and innovate, creating employment and security.
On April 29th, WGAE members and staff joined AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and thousands of union and community activists from across the country in a march down Broadway through the heart of the financial district. Our voices were heard.
Read more about the rally.
Check out some photos of WGAE at the rally on Twitter.