|Sent time:||Tuesday, November 01, 2011 7:33:10 AM|
|Subject:||[september17discuss] Re: Media help with Nov 2 day of solidarity with Oakland|
We are adding some things to this event (which were decided at
yesterday's DA meeting) and facebook page regarding the rally that
will happen at 5p and continue through the march for those that are
not able or do not want to participate in an unpermitted march. We are
working on getting IVAW and racial justice groups involved. We also
have a new flier that will be approved shortly.
On Nov 1, 10:41 am, Doug Singsen <dougsing...@gmail.com> wrote:
> This call has links to the Facebook page and to the call for action, as
> well as info on what is happening on NYC.
> *November 2nd: **National Day of Action in Solidarity with Occupy Oakland
> and in Defense of the Occupy Movement Nationally
> *The Oakland General Assembly has called for a general strike on November
> 2nd. In response to this call and the national call for solidarity actions
> on that day, Occupy Wall Street is organizing solidarity action here in
> NYC. Since the brutal attack on Oakland, there have been several other
> police attacks on occupations, including in Denver, Nashville, Austin and
> Rochester. Stand together with Oakland the Occupy Movement across the
> country to say that our voices will not be silenced!
> *4 pm: Student Convergence at Washington Square Park - will then march to
> meet the rest of the demonstration*
> *5-6 pm: Gather at Zucotti Park (Liberty Plaza at Broadway and Liberty)*
> *5 pm: March from Zucotti past City Hall to One Police Plaza*
> On October 25th, Occupy Oakland was brutally attacked by riot police. One
> protestor, Iraq veteran Scott Olson, remains in critical condition. But on
> Wednesday, thousands of protestors re-occupied Oscar Grant Plaza in
> courageous defiance of this attempt at repression. The Oakland General
> Assembly has called for a general strike on Wednesday, November 2nd. Given
> this call, and given the national attempt by mayors and police to repress
> and silence our movement, the Labor Outreach Committee of Occupy Wall
> Street is calling for a national day of action on November 2nd in
> solidarity with Occupy Oakland and in defense of the Occupy movement
> nationally. We urge students, labor, the unemployed and all members of the
> 99% to take action on that day to send a message that our movement will not
> be silenced.
> To endorse, email november2endo...@gmail.com.
> On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 10:36 PM, gail zawacki <witsen...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Do we have a particulate website/link for this Nov. 2 action? I can blast
> > it to environmental/climate change activists.
> > On Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 3:03 PM, Justin Wedes <jwe...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I can also help with social media coordination.
> >> Justin Wedes
> >> Educator & Activist
> >> Brooklyn, NY
> >> ~
> >> Will you #Occupy?
> >> ~
> >> On Oct 31, 2011, at 1:33 PM, Joshua van Praag <jvanpr...@me.com> wrote:
> >> > Hi Doug,
> >> > I'm with media production but cc-ing some livestream folks on this also.
> >> > Let us know how we can help on this one -- would be great if we could
> >> arrange a meeting, tomorrow maybe, and see what can be done to coordinate.
> >> > Solidarity
> >> > Josh vP
> >> > Joshua van Praag
> >> > jvanpr...@me.com
> >> > +1.347.445.8315
> >> > +44.(0)7787.896952
> >> > On Oct 31, 2011, at 12:59 PM, Doug Singsen <dougsing...@gmail.com>
> >> wrote:
> >> >> The only contact info on the media group's NYCGA page is their twitter
> >> ID. Can anyone from media contact me about helping to get the word out
> >> about this protest? Or can someone tell me who to contact?
> >> >> We have endorsements so far from CWA District 1 (Verizon workers), New
> >> York City All Student Assembly, Brooklyn General Assembly, New York City
> >> Labor Against the War, Labor for Palestine, Occupy the DOE (NYC), Virtual
> >> Boricua, Luisa's Liberation Artists Making Action, and East Harlem
> >> Preservation.
> >> >> Outside NYC, we have heard from Occupy Boston, Occupy Morgantown,
> >> Occupy Hartford, Occupy Pittsburgh, Occupy Portland, Occupy San Antonio,
> >> and the Burlington General Assembly, but there are protests happening in
> >> many other cities as well.
|< PREV||INDEX||SEARCH||NEXT >|