From:   Stephanie Yazgi <>
Sent time:   Thursday, October 20, 2011 8:49:02 PM
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I'm with the workers tomorrow as well if you need them email me directly. Thanks! Stephanie

On Oct 20, 2011, at 10:39 PM, "Jackie DiSalvo" <> wrote:

Contact maritza silva-farrell at ALIGN  212-710-9474



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Hey  does any one know how to get in touch with the Wall Mart workers

there today ? if i go to the park now will they be there ? it would

take me like an 45 mintues. does any one have any contacts ?


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Justin WedesEducator & Activist

Brooklyn, NY




will you #occupy?




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Sent: 10/20/2011   4:46:36 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time

Subj: Tonight on "The Call" -- Students,   Residents, Walmart Workers

Meet With OWS Protesters



"Occupy Wall Street" protesters are meeting with residents   of lower

Manhattan tonight to address complaints over noise, smells, and other  

issues stemming from the ongoing demonstrations at Zuccotti Park.   

Protesters organized another cleanup of the encampment this morning to

allay   concerns from residents.


Meantime, workers from Walmart are now joining   the fight against big

banks and the nation's economic policies.    Employees rallied today at

the park against the working conditions and salary   scale at the

retail giant.


Zuccotti Park is also becoming a destination   for classes on school

trips.  Students of all ages are visiting to learn   lessons on

democracy and protest movements.  A group called "Parents for   Occupy

Wall Street" is planning a sleepover Friday night.


What lessons   should students learn from the protests downtown?  Is

there a fair way   for demonstrators to address concerns of lower

Manhattan residents?    What's your reaction to Walmart employees

joining the fight?


Reply to   this e-mail with your thoughts, along with your first name

and neighborhood.   Then join NY1's John Schiumo tonight at 9:00 to

hear the opinions of your   fellow New Yorkers.


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