Civil Disobedience and March Planned in Springfield

On November 21, from 11 a.m. until about 2 p.m., there will be a march and optional non-violent civil disobedience in Springfield to protest banks that pay their CEOs millions while evicting poor people from their homes in the Valley. People will meet behind the Dunkin Donuts at Central Street and Main Street, Malcolm Chu told the Valley Post. Chu is an organizer with the group Springfield No One Leaves www.SpringfieldNoOneLeaves.org

The group has been endorsed by the local chapters of the:

American Friends Service Committee www.afsc.org

National Lawyers Guild www.nlg.org

and

Jobs with Justice www.jwj.org

Two photos of a protest earlier this year in Springfield that was organized by the same group are at:

www.ValleyPost.org/2011/05/07/photos-springfield-bank-protest

Anyone who wants to risk arrest should contact Springfield No One Leaves at NoOneLeavesSpringfield@gmail.com or by phone:
(413) 342-1804. More information on the march is available the same way.

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