From:   Luis Moreno-Caballud <morenocaballud@yahoo.es>
Sent time:   Saturday, October 08, 2011 12:53:59 PM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com; justine@occupywallst.org; Drew Hornbein <dhornbein@gmail.com>
Cc:   empowerment-and-education@googlegroups.com
Subject:   [september17discuss] Movement for Justice in El Barrio at Occupy Wall St.
 


Please circulate widely

Movement for Justice in El Barrio at Occupy Wall St. (on occupied indigenous land)

This Sunday, October 9th at 6 p.m., members of Movement for Justice in El Barrio, an organization that is part of the Zapatista initiated The Other Campaign, have been invited and will participate in Occupy Wall St. (on occupied indigenous land)  

They will share a message written by the humble immigrant community of East Harlem on their seven-year struggle for dignity and against neoliberal displacement. In this message, they will speak on their vision of the world, their analysis of the problems that besiege it, and how they seek to change it. They will offer their grain of sand and make echo the voice of all the dignified people who are struggling to build a new world from below and to the left.

"For Movement for Justice in El Barrio, the struggle for justice means fighting for the liberation of women, immigrants, lesbians, people of color, gays and the transgender community. We all share a common enemy and its called neoliberalism. Neoliberalism wishes to divide us and keep us from combining our forces. We will defeat this by continuing to unite our entire community until we achieve true liberation for all.” -Words of Movement for Justice in El Barrio

Sunday, October 9 at 6 pm
Location: Southeast Corner of Zuccotti Park
(Underneath big red sculpture)

Broadway & Cedar St. nr. Liberty St., at SE corner of Liberty Plaza/Zucotti Park; TRANSIT: #4, 5 to Wall St. (north exits) or to Fulton; R (not N) to Rector St. (at Trinity Pl.) or to Cortlandt St. (at Church St.: both platforms now open); A, C to Broadway-Nassau (at Fulton); J to Fulton (at Nassau); #1 to Rector (at Greenwich); Broadway bus; Varick St. bus; Water St.





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From: movementforjusticeinelbarrio@yahoo.com
Date: October 8, 2011 2:39:54 PM EDT
To: morenocaballud@yahoo.es
Subject: Thank you
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Please circulate widely

Movement for Justice in El Barrio at Occupy Wall St. (on occupied indigenous land)

This Sunday, October 9th at 6 p.m., members of Movement for Justice in El Barrio, an organization that is part of the Zapatista initiated The Other Campaign, have been invited and will participate in Occupy Wall St. (on occupied indigenous land)  

They will share a message written by the humble immigrant community of East Harlem on their seven-year struggle for dignity and against neoliberal displacement. In this message, they will speak on their vision of the world, their analysis of the problems that besiege it, and how they seek to change it. They will offer their grain of sand and make echo the voice of all the dignified people who are struggling to build a new world from below and to the left.

"For Movement for Justice in El Barrio, the struggle for justice means fighting for the liberation of women, immigrants, lesbians, people of color, gays and the transgender community. We all share a common enemy and its called neoliberalism. Neoliberalism wishes to divide us and keep us from combining our forces. We will defeat this by continuing to unite our entire community until we achieve true liberation for all.” -Words of Movement for Justice in El Barrio

Sunday, October 9 at 6 pm
Location: Southeast Corner of Zuccotti Park
(Underneath big red sculpture)

Broadway & Cedar St. nr. Liberty St., at SE corner of Liberty Plaza/Zucotti Park; TRANSIT: #4, 5 to Wall St. (north exits) or to Fulton; R (not N) to Rector St. (at Trinity Pl.) or to Cortlandt St. (at Church St.: both platforms now open); A, C to Broadway-Nassau (at Fulton); J to Fulton (at Nassau); #1 to Rector (at Greenwich); Broadway bus; Varick St. bus; Water St.






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