Michael Berg
January 17, 2012

Occupy the Courts
A Day of Action Against "Citizens United"

Friday, January 20, 2012

On Friday, January 20 people throught our entire nation will take action at court houses in protest of the infamous "Citizens United v. FEC" court case. This action will take place on the second aniversary of the case. This decision gave corporations further power to influence elections with their money.

The message of the action is both simple and true:
Corporations are NOT people! Money is NOT speech!

The event will take place at three locations in Missouri:

St Louis
Location: Thomas Eagleton Federal Courthouse - 111 S 10th St, St Louis, MO 63102
Start time: 10:00 am (starting at St. Louis City Hall and then moving at 10:45 am to Eagleton Court House)
End time: 6:00 pm
Thomas Eagleton Federal Courthouse 111 South 10th Street St. Louis, MO 63102 Rally at 10:00am in front of St. Louis City Hall...Then at 10:45am march to Thomas F. Eagleton Federal Courthouse for one day occupation, speeches, info tables and collection of petition signatures. Calling on all greater St. Louis progressive groups and unions for BIG participation!
Contact: Kurt Neumann acceptnobs56@yahoo.com

Jefferson City
Location: Christopher S. Bond Courthouse, 80 Lafayette Street, Jefferson City, MO
Time: Fri, January 20, 11am – 1pm
Meet at office at 10am and depart at 10:30 to go to Jeff City. People who are not going can occupy our own courthouse on Walnut. When we get back in town, we'll occupy the corner until 4 or 4:30, then march up to Courthouse and stay until 6pm. Christopher S. Bond U.S. Courthouse (the corner of E. State St. and Lafayette St.)
http://www.facebook.com/OccupyCOMO
Contact: Harry Hill, hhill1241@gmail.com

Kansas City
11:30am to 1:30pm
Location: Gather in Ilus Davis Park immediately across the street from the federal courthouse at 401 E. 9th Street, KCMO.
Plan to dress for cold weather!
Contact: Mary Lindsay
KCMoveToAmend@gmail.com (816) 885-9996

For more information see: http://movetoamend.org/occupythecourts/