Monopolize Capital hill – Alex Garland photo

Monopolize Folklife Festival

Alex Garland PhotographyThe big banks have been playing monopoly with our money & our homes.

On Saturday, May 26th and Sunday, May 27th, 11:00am to 6:00pm, just in time for Memorial Day weekend, let's return the favor…

The plan: Monopolize Folklife Festival at Seattle Center all day by turning the sidewalk into a giant Monopoly board! Street Theater style, let's get the public involved in a roving Monopoly game. Have them name streets, roll the dice, or take a chance!

While drawing attention to big bank practices we want to also encourage their customers to foreclose on their accounts & take their money to a credit union or community bank. We'll have monopoly money and "foreclosure" notices on hand to give out with some helpful facts about big banks and more information about doing just that.

We will be meeting up on the lawn East of the Space Needle.

Let's dress up and play bank!

Like costumes?!?! Here are some ideas! Come dressed as:
● A foreclosed home
● A slum hotel
● Your favourite game piece
● Rich "Uncle" Pennybags
● A keystone cop
● Giant dice
● A community chest
● A chance card
● Anything else you can think of!

Don't like costumes? Just come as yourself! Show your support and help us shut them down.

We have fun!


Smaller is Beautiful – Occupy Your Neighborhood

More and more people are focusing their efforts locally. These smaller groups are doing great things but can be more difficult to locate and contact. This list is a start to make getting involved in the local neighborhood movement easier.

This is just a start to get the ball rolling. Please Leave a Contact Name, Email or other contact information and any background information you want to share in a comment, we will add it to the list.

Occupy West Seattle

Occupy NE Seattle

Occupy Wallingford

Occupy Capital HIll

Phinney Neighbors for Peace and Justice

Peoples Assembly Central District



Economic Justice Team is hosting a rally on Sunday, June 10th at 11:30 AM.

The Raging Grannies will kick off the event in the University Congregational parking lot C on the corner of NE 45th St & 15th Ave NE.

We hope you can come and sing out with us as we surround the corner with signs to raise awareness about Economic Justice issues. Our economic justice goals speak to the root of the problem our nation is facing in promoting the welfare of all. They include: Fair and just tax rates for all. Elimination of undisclosed Super-PAC money from political campaigns. Adequately funded programs for our most vulnerable citizens and our fragile planet. We invite you to come and join the fun! Stand up and be counted and SING out with us for Economic Justice for All. For questions or information about future events

contact: 206-524-2322