PeaceSmiths supports Occupy Wall Street

October 13, 2011 at 6:11 am Leave a comment

A Message from PeaceSmiths, Inc. about Occupy Wall Street:

PeaceSmiths supports Occupy Wall Street in New York City. Our organization stands for peace, justice, and the environment.

We are excited about the way Occupy Wall Street is using nonviolent demonstrations and democratic decision-making to address economic injustice, social injustice, and the need for less militarism.

PeaceSmiths fully supports the 99%!


To learn more about Occupy Wall Street, you can visit:

To follow announcements from the occupation’s NYC General Assembly, which uses democratic decision-making, and to see a declaration of grievances, you can go to:


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No October Coffeehouse this year! Pete Seeger marched to Columubus Circle with Occupy Wall Street last night

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