Goldman Sachs and the other banksters are back to making record profits and on track to hand out multi-billion dollar bonuses. Meanwhile, back in the real economy, unemployment has risen above 10 percent, millions have lost their homes and the banks keep nickel and diming us.

Enough is enough - it's time to take our demands for more accountability to the streets.

Join with Public Citizen's president, Robert Weissman, and hundreds of other fed up consumers and activists in a protest in front of the Goldman Sachs offices on Capitol Hill this Monday, Nov. 16! Let’s demand an end to billions in bonuses!

What: Protest the banksters in front of Goldman Sachs and rally at the Capitol.

Where: Goldman Sachs, 101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, D.C. (close to Union Station).

When: Monday, Nov. 16 at High Noon.

Too big to fail is too big to exist. It’s time to break up the banks and put a watchdog to work for everyday Americans. As part of the rally, we will be releasing a report showing how much the bailed-out banks and the financial sector are spending in Congress to block reform.

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