From:   Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Monday, September 19, 2011 1:19:49 PM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] Fwd: Revolutionaries Live! kicks off THIS THURSDAY in NYC
 

Seriously, the Yes Men are pretty awesome. I'd be glad to have them

(and/or the interesting person they're hosting) stop by.

 

--glj

 

On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 3:10 PM, Siddattha Gurung

<gurus655@newschool.edu> wrote:

> Instead of having us leave such a strategic location and dwindle our

> numbers, why not have them come to us. The revolution is being debated right

> now in Liberty plaza and advertising that it will happen somewhere else is

> not very helpful.

>

> On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 12:38 PM, Nathan Schneider

> <nathan@wagingnonviolence.org> wrote:

>>

>> Dear Fellow Wall Street Occupiers,

>> Consider taking a break and coming from this talk with Ivan Marovic, one

>> of the strategic minds behind the revolution that displaced Milosevic in

>> Belgrade. He was also involved in advising Egyptian revolutionaries. He's a

>> blast. It's hosted by the Yes Men:

>> The revolution will be debated. Starting this Thursday, come meet the

>> revolutionaries who have changed or are currently changing the world.

>>

>> Revolutionaries Live! kicks off at the Hemispheric Institute, 20 Cooper

>> Square 5th floor, New York, with the great Ivan Marovic, one of the founders

>> of Otpor, the student resistance movement that played a critical role in the

>> downfall of Slobodan Milosevic in 2000. After Milosevic's fall, Marovic

>> began consulting with various pro democracy groups worldwide and became one

>> of the leading trainers in the field of civil resistance. Ivan will speak

>> about the role of humor and creative activism in the struggles he's helped

>> to guide.

>>

>> See you Thursday! And visit www.yeslab.org/cat for the full list of this

>> fall's events.

>>

>> The Yes Lab

>> Nathan

>> -

>> Nathan Schneider

>> Editor, Waging Nonviolence

>> http://wagingnonviolence.org

>

>

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