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Saturday morning at Pershing Square I met up with thousands of protesters in hopes for CHANGE THROUGH SOLIDARITY. It was an amazing feeling to be surrounded by love, peace and unity. Some ask, "why are people in the streets?" People are marching for human rights. Everyone in this country should have the basic necessities like a place to live, a job and health insurance...the basic needs to raise their family. I am fighting for our educational system. Big corporations are putting more money into celebrity TV programs and fancy sport centers while several schools are closing down and teachers are being laid off.  What about the future of our children?  in addition to a long list of things, I am also fighting for a better environment and spreading the word about self sufficiency. Grow your own food and/or start a community garden.  They are injecting our foods with additives and preservatives to keep us addicted to medications. This movement is about shifting into a consciousness for all humanity.  This movement is about shifting into an awareness that all of us need to work together in order to strengthen the whole. We can no longer live in a fantasy world and think that everyone has the same opportunities only because you have a job and they do not.  Life situations can come up at any given time.  Sometimes those circumstances will determine your health, your job, your sanity. WE MUST HAVE COMPASSION FOR OTHERS. This march is not about hoodlums and uneducated trouble makers in the streets.  It is not about wanting a hand out. I saw thousands of  families and individuals who were living in tents unemployed-with college  degrees. A lot of these same people have been out of work for 3 or more years and can't even get a job at McDonalds. I marched with people of all ages, colors, and backgrounds. This march was occupied with people who had jobs and those who did not.  The 99% are the people who make up America. The 99% work for big corporations and the 99% buy from big corporations. Without the 99% the 1% would not be making billions. There are now protests all over the world. People are asking, "why?"  THE WORLD IS FIGHTING FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.  Do your research and stop watching the news. Start with raw documentation from youtube or looking at pictures like the ones I am sharing from my experience. Most of all READ BOOKS. The media has a way of making you see what they want you to see.  People are asking, "what is the agenda?" The agenda is to stay proactive. The agenda is to stay strong in the name of solidarity. BEING PROACTIVE BRINGS AWARENESS. AWARENESS BRINGS CHANGE. Just imagine if people like Martin Luther King did not stand up for your human rights.


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