On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 6:54 PM, Christian Smith-Socaris <email@example.com>
I'm forwarding this to Outreach: there is a subway team currently operating and people are being recruited to spread the word and organize across the city. In addition we're looking at organizing tools now.
Please direct this energy in the outreach committee's direction so we can stay coordinate and not duplicate efforts.
On 10/12/2011 05:36 PM, Renée Renata Bergan wrote:
love this idea....
Renée Renata Bergan
On Oct 12, 2011, at 5:31 PM, Steven Macchia wrote:
It's come to my attention that word and interest of occupy wall street
has not been circulating as much as some people (myself included)
would like in other parts of New York. I met with someone yesterday
(Who's looking to join the media team) who specializes in alternative
advertising, as well as taking the time to talk with some people
involved in the Arab Spring and the Spanish Revolution. They were all
surprised that we have been operating in such a limited space and
making people come to us, or watch online, if they are interested in
learning about the revolution.
Some of the suggested ideas in this discussion were:
-Getting teams on the subways handing out papers and flyers to inform
people of the revolution
-Getting teams of 15-20+ to go in to different areas of the city every
day with hundreds of flyers or stickers about Occupy and taping /
sticking them to walls so that everywhere you go you see something
about the revolution
-"Sticker Bombing" was a suggested idea, so that you cover whole
walls / blocks / avenues with stickers about the revolution.
The idea being that you don't need a computer or a camera or the
internet to help spread the word of the revolution, but you can peak
someones interest because if every time the get on to or get off of
the subway, or everytime they leave they apartment building they see
100 flyers and stickers of the revolution, they are going to want to
see what it is about and want to check it out.
(Also, who would I speak to about a proposal to move in to our second
camp, because it's getting to the point where so many people come to
our first and only camp that it's counter-productive because there is
no room to move, sleep, work etc.)