Occupy The Dream Protests at Federal Reserve Seeks to Hold Both Parties Accountable
Occupy Washington, DC supported the first action of Occupy the Dream on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 16, 2012. At the action Rev. Bryant called for an end to economic unfairness and described the Occupy Movement as an independent non-partisan movement. He said that the people will hold President Obama and all candidates accountable. He noted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. never endorsed a candidate.
Opening comments of Rev. Jamal Bryant, national spokesperson for Occupy the Dream and an interview with Dennis Trainor, Jr.Source: http://www.AcronymTV.com Closing comments by Rev. BryantSource: GIFTOFSTRENGTH.com
For more see, Occupy the Dream Pastors Spell Out Demands.
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