From:   Luis Moreno-Caballud <morenocaballud@yahoo.es>
Sent time:   Friday, September 30, 2011 9:12:40 AM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] For Internet Team: Two events to be posted on occupywallst.org
 

Yes, Matt, it would be great if you have the time to make sure the calendars at NYCGA.net and occupywallst.org are updated with the Open Forum events that happen everyday at 6. Right now they don't appear...

 

On Sep 30, 2011, at 9:21 AM, Matthew Bralow wrote:

 

> in my opinion, we need a DEDICATED group that works with planning,

> coordinating, and uploading scheduling and calendar of events? is

> there a group for this? also we should also have a DEDICATED e-mail

> address or listserve specifically for this need for event

> submissions/calendar additions, etc. if this does not exist, i can

> create one. let me know.. matt 917-607-0962

>

> On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 3:18 PM, NicolasMoselleAllen

> <allenicolas@gmail.com> wrote:

>> gotcha! the two brecht events:

>>

>> September 29th, 2011 5:30 PM

>> Peoples' University at #OccupyWallStreet

>> At Liberty Plaza (Zuccotti Park) Corner of Liberty & Broadway

>> From Madrid to New York to....

>> A History of Occupations

>> Discussion with Gerardo Renique

>>

>> Occupy Wall Street continues to capture the imagination of millions

>> across the globe. Join us for a series "People's University at Occupy

>> Walls Street" as we connect the dots, build bridges and move forward

>> for a world free of capitalism and war!

>>

>> Gerardo Renique recently returned from Madrid, Spain and is a professor at CUNY.

>>

>> PM October 4th, 2011 5:30 PM

>> People's University at #OccupyWallStreet

>> @ Liberty Plaza (Zuccotti Park) Corner of Liberty and Broadway

>> Economic Update with Rick Wolff

>>

>> Occupy Wall Street continues to capture the imagination of millions

>> across the globe. Join us for a series "People's University at Occupy

>> Walls Street" as we connect the dots, build bridges and move forward

>> for a world free of capitalism and war!

>>

>> Richard Wolff will present a special "Economic Update" at Freedom

>> Square. Professor Wolff is an American economist, well-known for his

>> work on Marxian economics, economic methodology and class analysis.

>>

>>

>>

>> On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 2:57 PM, MAd Hatter <progressivechange@gmail.com> wrote:

>>> THERE ARE ENOUGH PEOPLE IN THE SQUARE TO DO BOTH IF WE HAVE TO...

>>> SEN ME DETAILS AND i WILL CREATE FACEBOOK GROUPS FOR THESE

>>>

>>> On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 2:32 PM, NicolasMoselleAllen

>>> <allenicolas@gmail.com> wrote:

>>>> hey michael,

>>>>

>>>> I think we can push the Gerardo Renique talk back to 5. hopefully that

>>>> helps. also, get in touch with justine justine@occupywallst.org to

>>>> have your event published. i passed your info along to her, but you

>>>> can always send her a blurb.

>>>>

>>>> OK!

>>>>

>>>> Nico

>>>>

>>>> On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 2:04 PM, Michael Strom

>>>> <michael.g.strom@gmail.com> wrote:

>>>>> How long do you think the event will go for on Thursday? I've been trying to

>>>>> put together a discussion with Organizing for Occupation (O4O; o4onyc.org),

>>>>> a group I organize with. O4O is a NYC grassroots organization working to

>>>>> actualize the human right to housing through direct action, and one of their

>>>>> lead organizers is planning to come to Liberty Plaza on Thursday (9/29) at 6

>>>>> to discuss the housing crisis, O4O's work, and what we can do to unite and

>>>>> support our struggles. O4O members fighting foreclosures and/or homelessness

>>>>> will also be there to lend their voices. The hopeful goal of the event is to

>>>>> build relationships between O4O and Occupy Wall Street in order to put on

>>>>> several anti-foreclosure actions next week.

>>>>> Thursday at 6 seems to be the only possible time this can happen (maybe a

>>>>> little later in the evening if necessary). And both events seem important.

>>>>> As I wrote this morning in response to the 99% Open Forum, I think working

>>>>> with O4O would be beneficial and strategic on a number of levels (help us

>>>>> build relationships with community orgs, put our movement in deeper

>>>>> conversation with lived struggles of this city, help build momentum through

>>>>> strategic action, etc), and I rather not have two simultaneous events take

>>>>> away from each others' attendance.

>>>>> How can we work this out?

>>>>> And is there a way "officially" get this on the schedule? I can write up a

>>>>> blurb for it ASAP.

>>>>> Peace and Purpose,

>>>>> Michael

>>>>>

>>>>

>>>

>>

 

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