Occupy The PGA
Benton Harbor, Michigan
Senior PGA Golf Tournament

It is our distinct honor and privilege to invite you on behalf of BANCO to an event scheduled for May 23-27, 2012. 

We are committed to escalating the Occupy Movement to support human rights in housing in addition to the push back against bailouts for fraudulent banks. They are stealing our homes and our lives. 

Democracy is non-existent here in Benton Harbor. Joseph Harris, the Emergency Manager, must go. We have a dictator in Benton Harbor, Michigan! 

The PGA will be played on a $750 million, 530 acre resort near Lakeshore with a Jack Nicklaus Signature designer golf course and with $500,000 condominiums. We cannot forget the three golf holes in the stolen land inside Jean Klock Park. 

If your schedule permits your attendance is needed on May 26, 2012. Alternative action dates are May 23-25. Please let know if you can accept the invitation to Occupy The PGA in Benton Harbor. 

We will meet at Benton Harbor City Hall, 200 Wall St. at 10:00am every day. Then we will March to the golf course! We will have speakers and food. 

 Allow me to thank you in advance. We the residents of Benton Harbor love you! 

For more information contact:
Rev. Edward Pinkney

President/NAACP/BANCO & Stop The Take Over Benton Harbor
Rev. Edward Pinkney
1940 Union St.
Benton Harbor, Michigan 49022
Tel: 269-925-0001

Decolonize Benton Harbor! 

Download and distribute the flyer!

Rev. Edward Pinkney leads march against PA4, EM Joe Harris in Benton Harbor


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One Response to OCCUPY THE PGA! BENTON HARBOR MAY 23-27, 2012

  1. Lauren Starke says:

    Every city in this country is having hard times. I am a recent 4-year graduate and have had a hard time gaining employment since 2009 in this town. I moved away thinking that it may be different somewhere else, but it isn’t. Hard truth…work hard for what you want..believe in your dreams and that trying and trying will hopefully land you something that you deserve. I am sitting here right now on Jean Klock beach writing this looking at the amazing beach and view we all have. This is our wonderful town and if you want something, go for it, but first hard work must be had. HARd WORK. Nothing good comes for free. I have been looking for jobs for years here and I have always managed to get some sort of income. No one needs to blame Harbor Shores for Gavin no jobs. If you apply, you have a chance at a job. Go to the library…get a resume together…and apply. Nobody has money, nobody WANTS to apply for jobs, but if you do you will find work. It may not be at Harbor Shores, but it is something to give you dignity and pride that no one else can give you. All I can say is stop hating and be active in our community.


    From the best beach ever.

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