*No Work *No School *No Shopping *No Banking *No Housework
The winter slumber is over. Time to take the streets!
First, take the day off work (if you can get away with it), get together with friends and affinity groups, and engage in smaller direct actions and assemblies around the city during the day! (Let us know what you’ve planned at OccupyTorontoAction@gmail.com)
THEN, at *4:00pm* gather at Nathan Phillips Square for a big rally and march!
Documented or undocumented. Paid or unpaid. We are Workers. We are Students. We are Families. We are the 99%.
The 1% carry out war, throw us in prisons, make us poor, destroy public services, attack unions, and poison the environment. They deny us freedom and dignity.
So We Fight and We Resist.
On May 1st, 2012, inspired by 126 years of workers’ struggles, the Arab Spring, the Indignados of Spain, the global fights against austerity, and the Occupy movement, we take to the streets again!
On International Workers Day, join us and our allies No One is Illegal Toronto, the May 1st Movement, and dozens of community groups in the city for a rally and march to respect Indigenous sovereignty, insist that no one is illegal, for international workers solidarity, to defend and expand public services, to stop prison expansion and corporate handouts, to end imperialist wars and aggression, to build peoples’ power, and to move beyond capitalism.
They are few, we are many. Join us.
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