People in cities across the country are gathering to say NO to the Bush Bailout. With a plan that would give $700 billion to Wall St., we want to know what will happen for folks on Main St. (and “Caesar Chavez Blvd. and Martin Luther King Ave.,” Roberto Lovato adds.) If you make sure that poor people and people of color are not forgotten in the federal government’s financial rescue plan, there are protests happening in your area. Click here and enter your zip code to find actions in your neighborhood. Today in New York, join the NYC Central Labor Council at Broad and Exchange Place (near Wall St.) at noon.