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|Subject:||SPAM-MED: Re: [september17discuss] Fwd: The Occupations Report: 10/31|
Thank you. I am sure this is a tedious task. But it is good to see the progress and the problems of others.
Peace and solidarity,
Date: Tuesday, November 01, 2011 2:30:43 am
From: "beka economopoulos" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [september17discuss] Fwd: The Occupations Report: 10/31
no problem - i didn't take offense. I'm a big advocate for amplifying an
international lens on this movement, and i know that's a challenge
logistically based on relationships that do or don't exist, and politically
- our media, our orgs, our culture tends to be very domestically focused.
(even down to how google works on a per-country basis - harder to retrieve
int'l hits from US searches).
the rationale for a global narrative gets lost sometimes, but if we are to
take on Wall Street we must recognize that that means multi-national
finance / institutions and systems of global capital. It will take a
global movement to penetrate in any meaningful way. And we'll need to tell
that story here, in the belly of the beast.
according to the blurb at the end, these round-ups are compiled via news
sites, twitter, blogs, etc. on a daily basis, and Monique the woman
responsible for that seems to be very grateful for additions - either new
sites to monitor, or individual updates for a particular day. i'd
encourage anyone who is paying attention to unmapped #occupy activity in
other countries to send in submissions or suggestions.
On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 1:29 AM, shaista husain <email@example.com>wrote:
> thanks beka--you are fab---i wasn't adressing you at all, just my own
> thinking about what might be missing in that report, and how to
> strengthen it. please never mind my ranting --but since Rebuild The
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