#OccupyWallStreet — downloadable posters

I love NY Times correspondent Nicholas Kristoff’s work and read his column regularly. His October 4 column was worth a read – about the Occupy Wall Street movement, protesting inadequately regulated, too big to fail banks, that undermine the public interest rather than serve it.

Here’s a link to it: http://nyti.ms/o115S0

Further on, he suggests some real reforms. In that spirit, I’ve made 3 posters (below) for anyone to download and use if they are out on Wall Street or Main Street or wherever, and want to get a clear message across that will benefit us all — not just the 1% who possess more wealth than the entire bottom 90% in the US.

Financial Transactions Tax poster: Financial Transactions Tax

Close Loopholes poster: Close Loopholes

Protect Banks poster: Protect Banks

(Click the colored text above – it takes you to a page where you can then download the files.)

The posters are sized 8-1/2″ W x 11″ H – and are vector-based, so they can be blown up if desired to 17 x 22, or 24 x 36…whatever you wish. There is a clear headline demand and explanatory text below.

Good luck!  Send a pic of them & you in non-violent protest. Remember, peace is the way. Along with humor.


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