Occupy NL wants to hear from citizens of the province who are negatively impacted by foreclosures or evictions, unemployment, substandard living conditions, and other issues related to economic and social inequality. Come to an Occupy NL general assembly and share your story, or get in touch with us by email at
The Occupy movement, from its inception, has been motivated to raise awareness of growing inequality in society. Economic inequality, and its symptoms of social injustice, has been growing in Newfoundland and Labrador as well. Regardless of the apparent "progress" in the province, there are many people being marginalized, silenced, and left behind. We must stand together to resist the injustice in society and voice our concerns. Add your voice to the chorus... we are the 99%
Check out an earlier post with LOTS of info on income inequality:
A webpage exploring inequality and public housing in St. John's
Google group for St. John's Citizens for Affordable Housing:
Do you notice the causes of income inequality?
Yes, if by that you mean things like gender, race, spiritual belief, etc...
But no, if you mean the way it's a meritocracy...
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