Thursday, 6 May 2010

10,000 US workers protest on Wall Street

Auckland wasn’t the only city to see big protests last week, on Thursday 10,000 trade unionists and grassroots activists marched on wall street, in what Russia’s RT News described as, “The largest anti-Wall Street rally since the credit crunch has taken place in New York. Thousands of workers and trade union leaders marched in anger over lost jobs and ruined lives, demanding answers from the source of the trouble – the banks.”

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