why should our starting point be how OWS committees deal with the Commons?
shouldn't it be how entire neighborhoods and industries, and the working class as a whole, will create a Commons once we get rid of the banks and corporations and their state?
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From: Snafu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [september17discuss] An OWS Seminar on the Commons?
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011 23:52:57 -0500
So for instance, how is Empowerment & Education dealing with the question of the Commons? And Urban Planning? And Food or OSS? I would try to decentralize these questions as much as possible. And invite the speakers on the basis of our needs and with the clear goal in mind of drafting a document-- perhaps something along the lines the Charter for Innovation, Creativity, and Access to Knowledge drafted by the Free Culture Forum in Barcelona (http://fcforum.net/en/charter#summary