We all know the problems with corporate greed and banks. At this point knowing or not knowing about that isn't the problem, the problem is you need a solution if you want to fix anything.
You can't just say what's wrong, because then they'll say "What else is there to do?" and nothing will happen. If you want change you have to figure out what to exchange for the current situation that will help make it better in the long-run.
Michael Albert ([link])and Robin Hahnel ([link]) have developed an political economic system called Parecon (Participatory Economics) ([link]) based on consumers and producers councils, you can read more about that by following the links.
To talk and march together is the first step, the solution won´t come out of individual isolation. It has to start somehow.
I agree we need to provide solutions but before we can carry any thing out we need a critical mass to support it.
many people have spent a lot of time researching to provide solutions to the worlds problems....google zeitgeist addendum, Jacue Fresco, resource based economy, nano technology,Nikola Tesla, Bucky Fuller.....a good website for the latest techology in problem solving is zeitnews.com....thank you friend