The Nationwide Rally to Extend Unemployment Insurance (or NREU) is a planned, peaceful demonstration to protest the Congress of the United States’ unwillingness to extend unemployment benefits to unemployed Americans who, despite being eligible to receive benefits, have exhausted them.
The Nationwide Rally to Extend Unemployment Insurance will take place at individual unemployment offices across the country on the same, to-be-determined date.
The Nationwide Rally to Extend Unemployment Insurance will be organized as fallows:
Those who wish to participate in The Nationwide Rally to Extend Unemployment Insurance should express their intentions to do so by replying to this post with their name or pseudonym, and the address of unemployment office where they will be able to assemble on the day of the rally. Their name will then be added to a roll under the category of they’re respective state and then under the unemployment office that they have submitted.
A date and time for the rally will be scheduled when the roll contains at least twenty-five names, under fifty different unemployment offices. You may monitor the progress of the roll by visiting our NREUI Roll page, as it will be continuously updated.