I would like to think that if we hadn’t had such a deluge on Wednesday, we would’ve had an even larger turnout.
|By: dakine01 Monday February 20, 2012 1:40 pm|
You might have seen the post from Jane Hamsher inviting folks to the Tent Party on Saturday at Occupy Delaware. Here’s a slideshow from the event, plus updates and pictures from Occupy Buffalo, Newark, Monterey, Littleton, Tampa and more.
|By: Occupy Buffalo Monday February 20, 2012 9:45 am|
Statement from the Network of Religious Communities with regard to the forcible removal of the Occupy Buffalo site from Niagara Square.
|By: kyushukev Wednesday February 1, 2012 7:45 am|
Wednesday, 1 February, is the day the Tennessee House Judiciary sub-committee will hold a hearing on HB 2638/SB 2508, a broadly worded, vaguely inclusive bill that would make “a person’s use or assembly upon publically-owned property” a Class C Misdemeanor, subject to removal and a $50 fine. This is a call for support from anyone who can attend or call.
|By: sagesse Saturday January 21, 2012 5:45 pm|
Martin Luther King Day in Boise began with a parade, and a short celebration of diversity, in a state still struggling to escape a reputation for racism.
Free red MLK T-shirts from Coke had been given out at the start of the March by someone. Occupiers then took the opportunity to conduct public education about corporate practices.
|By: RFShunt Monday January 9, 2012 6:30 pm|
Occupy Pittsburgh has issued a statement calling for a day of solidarity and action this Tuesday, Jan 10 to coincide with the first day of a court hearing of a lawsuit brought against them by Bank of New York/Mellon. The suit calls for their eviction from the space formerly called Mellon Green, now dubbed by the occupation as People’s Park.
|By: djvjgrrl Friday January 6, 2012 8:35 am|
A $100 grocery gift card from Fire Dog Lake’s occupy supply arrived just in time for the end of the holiday season at Occupy Tacoma. The camp, which is now the only full time occupation in western Washington State, was delighted to stock up on sorely needed staples…coffee, creamer, sugar and instant soup topping the list.
|By: Mentatmark Tuesday January 3, 2012 7:00 pm|
Some of my fellow Occupiers are praying to the gods for a heavy snowfall here in town. They have been planning on building an igloo-like shelter in Perry’s Square, near the Gazebo. While the City has been right there every morning after we have tried to protect ourselves with shelter of some sort, there is no law against building snow people or snow forts in the park. So we plan to build some sort of weather protection that way. So far we don’t have enough here but we are still hopeful.
|By: Robert Alexander Dumas Saturday December 24, 2011 1:30 pm|
Occupy Tucson during this brief interim has managed to hold two emergency General Assemblies, gather itself, and Occupy yet a third location in which to peaceably assemble and petition their government for the redress of grievances. This new location is also a public park, and this time there is also the added incentive of having been invited by the surrounding Home Owners Associations. This invitation was extended not solely based upon political solidarity, but even more so……..because Occupy Tucson is perceived as a “good neighbor” to have, one that will increase the overall safety of the neighborhood. Makes you proud doesn’t it? This despite constant propaganda from the MSM, and constant persecution by the PTB.
|By: richardgnista Monday December 19, 2011 7:00 pm|
The package from #OccupySupply arrived on a Saturday 12/17 and I made an arrangement with Josh at the Occupation to meet Sunday AM.
Josh had a list of the 24/7 campers and he was able to do a Mic Check and gather everyone. What a special moment to see the people awestruck with the Occupy label, union made and made in America.