Occupy Naperville was established October 22, 2011 just one month after the start of Occupy Wall Street. Inspired by Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Naperville echoes non-violent, worldwide protests against corporate abuse of the American democracy. We are a grassroots movement, non-partisan and non-violent and enlightened, intent upon establishing genuine democracy and just systems with sharing and fairness toward all. Overcoming domination by elites and involving representatives of all stakeholders can lead society to creative solutions in both public and private spheres that serve the common good. We wage peace and justice for all! Introduction We are a grassroots movement, non-partisan and non-violent and enlightened, intent upon establishing genuine democracy and just systems with sharing and fairness toward all.
The following are Occupy Naperville’s values:
Economic Justice – A system that Provides a Decent Standard of Living for All
Grassroots Democracy – Community Representation at Every Level of Government
Honest Government – Represent “We the People” & Not Just the Corporations
Social Justice – The Rights & Opportunities for All to Benefit Equally
Sustainable Environment – Responsible Public & Corporate Use of Resources
Wage Peace – Resolve Conflict through Non-Violence These are the values of Occupy Naperville. If these are also your values, join us.