A National Call to Create, Build & Multiply People’s Power Assemblies


Let the PPA be what the government has failed to be. Onward.
Build People’s Power Assemblies. 

Rep. Cynthia McKinney, 2008 Green Party Prez Candidate
Rev. C.D. Witherspoon, Brd. Chair Baltimore SCLC
Chris Silvera, Secty. Treas., Teamsters L. 808
Sharon Black, ­Baltimore Peoples Assembly
Victor Toro, La Peña del Bronx
Clarence Thomas, Int’l Longshore & Warehouse Union L. 10
Larry Holmes, Occupy for Jobs
Bryan Perlmutter, NC State Univ., SDS
Walter Smith, Pres., Nat’l Postal Mail Handlers Union, L. 334 Charleston, SC
Community-Labor United for Postal Jobs & Services – CLUPJS
Committee to Stop FBI Repression
Eddie Oquendo, Nat’l ­Postal Mail Handlers Union SC L. 334
Philippine Forum Baynihan Community Center NYC
Zaina Alsous, UNC Chapel Hill Student Action w/ Workers
Brenda ­Stokely, Million ­Worker March Movement
Pam Africa, Int’l Concerned Families & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal
Deloyd Parker, Exec. Dir., Shape Center ­Houston
Larry Hales, PPA Staff Organizer
Delbert Jackson, Occupy Houston, Occupy the Hood
Leon Purnell, Pres., Baltimore SCLC
Jersey City Peace­ Movement
Ramona Africa, MOVE Organization
John Parker, Steering Com., Soouthern Calif. Immigration Coalition
Moratorium On ­ Foreclosures NOW
Lucy Pagoada, Coordinadora, HondurasUSAResistencia
Sara Flounders, Int’l Action Center
MECAWI-Michigan ­Emergency ­Coalition Against War & Intervention
Messiah Rhodes, NYC Unemployed Council
Teresa Gutierrez, May 1st Coalition; IMA ­
Parents to Improve School Transport­ation – PIST
Puerto Rican Alliance Los Angeles
Texas Death Penalty Abolition Movement
Bob Carter, Founder, Justice for Palestinians
Chelsea Coalition on Housing
Wisconsin Bail Out The People Movement
Rev. Luis Barrios, IFCO/Pastors for Peace
Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Center
Bishop Filipe Teixeira, OFSJC, Diocese of St Francis of Assisi, CCA, Brockton, MA
Women’s Fightback Network, Boston
Rhode Island People’s Assembly
Ed Childs, Chief Shop Steward, UNITE-HERE L. 26, Boston, MA
Steve Gillis, Vice President, USW L. 8751 Boston School Bus Union
Steve Kirschbaum, USW Organizer & Chair, Grievance Committee, USW L. 8751
Brian Shea, Disability Rights Activist, Boston, MA
Jim Grant,Human Justice Coalition, Wilson, NC

Solidarity Center 55 West 17 Street, #5C, New York, NY 10011

212.633.6646  ♦  Occupy4jobs.org  ♦  info@occupy4jobs.org

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Coalition to March on the RNC: More Than a Thousand Rally in Face of Storm

For immediate release

August 27, 2012
For information contact:
Coalition to March on the RNC – 813-549-9847
Jared Hamil – 813-732-2733
Corey Uhl – 941-416-3022
Fernando Figueroa – 352-551-3065

Today, well over 1,000 people rallied and marched in the streets of Tampa to demand good jobs, affordable education, healthcare, equality, and peace. Although the Republicans cancelled the first day of their convention due to Hurricane Isaac, organizers with the Coalition to March on the RNC went through with their promise to march on the first day of the convention to show their opposition to the agenda of the 1% and their support for a People’s Agenda.

The rally began at Perry Harvey Sr. Park at 10 am with speakers followed by a march through the streets of Tampa.

Notable speakers included Carlos Montes, a leading immigrants’ rights leader; Joe Iosbaker; a spokesperson for the anti-war movement; Skye Schmelzer, representative of the National Students for a Democratic Society; Medea Benjamin, a co-founder of Code Pink and major peace activist; Ciara Taylor, a representative of Dream Defenders and a Black community organizer; Nelini Stamp, one of the original organizers of Occupy Wall Street; and Oscar Otzoy, a Florida farm worker organizer with the Coalition of Immokalee Workers. Organizations present included Students for a Democratic Society, Veterans for Peace, Southern California Immigrant Coalition, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, five Florida Occupy chapters, six Fight Back Florida chapters, Dream Defenders, United National Anti-war Coalition, Committee to Stop FBI Repression, International Action Center, Code Pink, four Florida AFL-CIO labor councils, and Region 3 of AFSCME Council 79.

Protestors showed their determination for justice as they marched through the streets of Tampa against fearsome rain and wind.

Organizer Fernando Figueroa stated: “Today we took a stand with more than 1,000 people against the Republicans and their agenda of hatred, poverty, and war. Today we stand up for all the good things people need and strike a blow against those who deprive us that.”

“Today, the success of the march despite inclement weather proved to the Republicans, the 1%, and the whole world that the people of the United States are fed up with war, austerity, and hate. They will do anything, even brave tropical storms, to make their voices heard.”

Hotline: (813) 549-9847


WI BOPM Members Join Charlotte, NC City Workers On Informational Picket Line and In Packing City Hall

On August 27 dozens of Charlotte city workers and their allies participated in an informational picket line and then packed city hall to present their demands to the city council. WI BOPM organizers Tommy Cavanaugh and Bryan G. Pfeifer, who have been in Charlotte for weeks helping to organize March on Wall Street South events, have been participating in these and other support actions for city workers. Organize the South! For more information: http://wallstsouth.org/ and http://southernworker.org/.

Photos from August 27: http://tinyurl.com/95vktzp

At city hall in Charlotte August 27, 2012.