You can't miss it lol, its surrounded by about 50 acres of parking lot and is across from the mountain that use to be the SI dump. The food court is up the escalator from the main entrance.
Occupy the Food Court! 1pm planning session.
Staten Island Mall
2655 Richmond Avenue
Staten Island, New York 10314
S44 - from St. George Ferry Terminal
S59 - from Port Richmond
S61/S91 - from St. George Ferry Terminal
S79 - from Brooklyn
X17 and X31 - from Manhattan
OK, well, just updating my prior message to say that at the solidarity
rally in front of SI Borough Hall, I received a flyer telling me that
there will actually be an Occupy Staten Island, with first meeting
happening tomorrow, Nov. 13, at 1 pm in the Staten Island Mall Food
Court. Planning to see you Staten Islanders in the mall tomorrow
(hoping that I can find the spot OK, because in all my accumulated six
or seven years of living on the North Shore of Staten Island, I never
before had any incentive to go down to the Staten Island Mall).
On Nov 12, 2:08 am, "Richard S." <chardsin...@yahoo.com
> A comrade also sent me a copy of the e-mail being sent out by Peace
> Action, in which they have this listing:
> >5:45: Community forum and dinner featuring leaders of Occupy Wall Street; sponsored by Peace Action at the Staten Island Museum (75 Stuyvesant Place at Wall St.)<
> Does Peace Action even know that the only other people who mentioned
> the "leaders of Occupy Wall Street" did so in order to criticize the
> group for allegedly having something that it isn't supposed to
> have? :-)
> And re. the part in the SI Live article about the group in St.
> George...what's that about a $15 charge for the screening?! (Wouldn't
> it be more in the, well, spirit if it were no one turned away,
> contribute what you can?)
> The rally, meanwhile, is organized by the usual handful of SI unions
> and liberal groups, held outside a representative's office (as usual),
> aiming to make some specific mainstream liberal demands (if you read
> the list, you know what I mean)... It's nice that it's being
> organized in solidarity and is heading to Liberty Plaza, and I might
> go, but it does not exactly look like Occupy Staten Island...
> John and other Staten Island OWS people, I would love it if we could
> get together something on Staten Island that would be a bit more,
> well, interesting... Though I do still appreciate that even this
> stuff is happening here on Staten Island, of course.
> On Nov 11, 12:04 pm, jemcgl...@verizon.net
> > Staten Island Rally in Support of OWS gets plugged in SI Advance. Also a description of a weekly forum that donates to OWS.
> > http://mobile.silive.com/advstaten/db_96901/contentdetail.htm?content...