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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: [september17discuss] Sound Permit Tuesday, October 04, 2011 5:42:18 PM

Here's an article about the power of the human mic. I also think the human mic is part of our magic and I think we should keep it. http://www.thenation.com/blog/163767/we-are-all-human-microphones-now?rel=emailNation

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Will Gauss september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: [september17discuss] Spanish Speaker needed for interview asap Monday, October 03, 2011 3:28:46 PM

RT is prominent in the Internet, has been mixed/positive towards us. Sent from my iPhone On Oct 3, 2011, at 3:21 PM, Drew Hornbein <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > > About the protest, can be anywhere. Call 786 - 417 - 6988 RT news (from russia I think?) thanks!

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: [september17discuss] Stiglitz on MSNBC talking about OWS right now Monday, October 03, 2011 8:35:53 PM

Stiglitz on MSNBC talking about OWS right now

On 10/03/11, jemcgloin@verizon.net wrote: Another Group joins the fray! From: "Move to Amend" Date: Oct 3, 2011 1:58:25 PM Subject: American Autumn? To: John McGloin <jemcgloin@verizon.net>

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The national campaign to Abolish Corporate Personhood and Defend Democracy. Sign the Petition: http://MoveToAmend.org/motion-to-amend ***

In Solidarity with Occupy Wall Street... Dear friend, Move to Amend heartily supports Occupy Wall Street, the best thing to happen since the Wisconsin protest wave began! It warms our hearts to see the occupation growing steadily, and sparking occupations and protests in cities across the nation. Weve known for quite a while that most Americans are with us in our fight against corporate personhood. The problem has been reaching them and getting them to act. The young people who started Occupy Wall Street have touched a nerve that has ignited others and we say, Way to go! Pundits have complained there are no formal demands. These savvy folks formed a general assembly to make decisions through consensus. In just two weeks, the

occupations general assembly released this draft declaration.

Who knows what October will bring, but it looks pretty good for our side!
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Occupy Wall Street is growing an and spreading, and this Thursday, and the long-planned October 2011 occupation of Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC begins. You can bet the corporate powers in league with broken government and the mainstream media will do everything in their power to quash the revolt. We cant let that happen. If you live anywhere near any of these protests and occupations, please get down there and spread the word about Move to Amend. Take our petitions and materials with you and connect our efforts. The democracy movement is in the streets. We need to bring that movement into the Constitution, too. 2011 started with the Arab Spring and the uprisings in Madison, WI, and other state capitals, and the revolt will continue through the Autumn in DC, NY, and other sites of occupation! Move to Amend will be there. In solidarity, Ben Manski, Lisa Graves, Laura Bonham, George Friday, David Cobb, and Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap Move to Amend Executive Team

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: [september17discuss] Tactical Suggestion Tuesday, October 04, 2011 2:18:30 PM

+1. JAM On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 1:57 PM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: thirded! who can present to the GA? On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 1:53 PM, shaista husain <shaistahusain@gmail.com> wrote: > This is an excellent statement! > > On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 11:52 AM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: >> I love this statement! >> >> I think individuals should still be allowed to donate, anonymously and/or >> with no expectation of reciprocation or branding though. >> >> justin >> >> On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 11:49 AM, Micah White <micahmwhite@gmail.com> wrote: >>> >>> Hi everyone, >>> >>> We all know the saying: "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, >>> then they fight you, then you win." >>> >>> Well, we are in the "they fight you" stage, but it is looking a lot >>> different than expected. Instead of hitting us head on, the corporations are >>> trying to co-opt us. They are using a "trojan horse" tactic: once they can >>> get themselves into a trusted position to speak on behalf of #OWS then they >>> can blunt and/or destroy any of our revolutionary possibility. >>> >>> Never forget that Vodafone tried to claim credit for the Egyptian >>> Revolution: >>> http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jun/03/vodafone-egypt-advert-claimsrevolution >>> And Coca-Cola put up special advertising to align themselves with the >>> revolutionaries of Tahrir Square as well. >>> >>> Some advertising agencies specialize in launching seemingly >>> counter-cultural movements. And they are watching everything we do: >>> http://roarmag.org/2011/08/the-revolution-will-not-be-commercialized/ >>> >>> Another example from something I wrote last year: "The collapsing >>> distinction between marketing and activism is revealed in the cautionary >>> tale of TckTckTck, a purported climate change organisation with 17 million >>> members. Widely hailed as an innovator of digital activism, TckTckTck is a
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>>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >> >> >

project of Havas Worldwide, the world's sixth-largest advertising company. A corporation that uses advertising to foment ecologically unsustainable overconsumption, Havas bears significant responsibility for the climate change TckTckTck decries." Now, it is more important than ever to be on our guard against those who wish to "speak for us" or "help us". They have an agenda.. they are fighting by playing nice. I propose that GA discuss the following proposal: Proposal: "We believe that corporate money should not be allowed to influence democracy. Therefore, the General Assembly will not accept donations, financial or otherwise, from corporations. Furthermore, we will not allow corporate advertising to be placed on websites affiliated with our occupation. We will resist efforts by corporations to co-opt our movement towards real democracy in America." Stay strong... don't fall for their tricks, Micah

-J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: [september17discuss] Tactical Suggestion Tuesday, October 04, 2011 11:53:08 AM

I love this statement! I think individuals should still be allowed to donate, anonymously and/or with no expectation of reciprocation or branding though. justin On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 11:49 AM, Micah White <micahmwhite@gmail.com> wrote: Hi everyone, We all know the saying: "First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." Well, we are in the "they fight you" stage, but it is looking a lot different than expected. Instead of hitting us head on, the corporations are trying to co-opt us. They are using a "trojan horse" tactic: once they can get themselves into a trusted position to speak on behalf of #OWS then they can blunt and/or destroy any of our revolutionary possibility. Never forget that Vodafone tried to claim credit for the Egyptian Revolution: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/jun/03/vodafone-egypt-advert-claimsrevolution And Coca-Cola put up special advertising to align themselves with the revolutionaries of Tahrir Square as well. Some advertising agencies specialize in launching seemingly counter-cultural movements. And they are watching everything we do: http://roarmag.org/2011/08/the-revolution-will-not-be-commercialized/ Another example from something I wrote last year: "The collapsing distinction between marketing and activism is revealed in the cautionary tale of TckTckTck, a purported climate change organisation with 17 million members. Widely hailed as an innovator of digital activism, TckTckTck is a project of Havas Worldwide, the world's sixth-largest advertising company. A corporation that uses advertising to foment ecologically unsustainable overconsumption, Havas bears significant responsibility for the climate change TckTckTck decries." Now, it is more important than ever to be on our guard against those who wish to "speak for us" or "help us". They have an agenda.. they are fighting by playing nice. I propose that GA discuss the following proposal: Proposal: "We believe that corporate money should not be allowed to influence democracy. Therefore, the General Assembly will not accept donations, financial or otherwise, from corporations. Furthermore, we will not allow corporate advertising to be placed on websites affiliated with our occupation. We will resist efforts by corporations to co-opt our movement towards real democracy in America."
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Stay strong... don't fall for their tricks, Micah

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Dale Luce september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: [september17discuss] UPS store rumor Monday, October 03, 2011 8:35:43 PM

that sounds like total bullshit. Im not a scientist though. On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 3:11 PM, Micah White <micahmwhite@gmail.com> wrote: A woman called Adbusters saying that she was told by UPS that whenever someone picks up a package from a UPS store the recipient is charged $5 per package. Is this the case for the USP store in NY or was something worked out? She wants to send a care package but not if they will be charged. Do you know anything about this or know of an alternative address she could send her package? Is it true that you are being charged $5 per package? Micah

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: [september17discuss] URGENT: Does anyone have... Sunday, October 02, 2011 10:18:08 AM

Thanks! The more the better. JAM On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 10:16 AM, Jackie DiSalvo <jdisalvo@nyc.rr.com> wrote: See winter siricos post a few minutes ago for a youtube of cops leading demonstrators on the bridge

From: september17@googlegroups.com [mailto:september17@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of J.A. Myerson Sent: Sunday, October 02, 2011 10:12 AM To: september17@googlegroups.com Subject: [september17discuss] URGENT: Does anyone have...

...footage of police complicity as protesters entered the roadway? This looks like it will prove critical.

JAM

-J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

-J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: [september17discuss] URGENT: Safer Spaces and Non-violence Monday, October 03, 2011 6:43:50 PM

Accusations against individuals are not always true. There must be a fair process to access any allegations. (Provacateurs could split the whole thing apart just by making unfounded allegations against key individuals.) All persons must be innocent until proven guilty. The level of evidence needed must be decided on before incidences and should be high. The punishment should be proportional to the crime. Current law enfocement is currupt to the extent that it does not follow these principals, not because of them. I have been working on this occupation since August 2nd, but if the GA allows railroading of accused individuals without due process I will drop the whole thing like a hot potato. Thanks, John McG On 10/03/11, Mellow Yellow<disorganizecm@gmail.com> wrote: Hi All Amazing and Peaceful people, I am going to propose at tonight's GA (if there is a nycga listserve can someone re-post this there) that the NYC GA become a signatory supporter of the statement on the website below. http://riseabovenyc.org/ Non-police individuals who have a history of violent language, threats and behavior towards myself and other activists were seen at Liberty Plaza Sunday afternoon/evening. I have spoken to many people who witnessed abusive and aggressive language and behavior last night during the GA seeking the expulsion of other individuals who HAVE NOT exhibited violent or abusive behavior at Liberty Plaza. Unfortunately it seems that the majority of the "Safer Spaces" working group is complicit in this behavior within OWS space, and there will also hopefully be some discussion about working group accountability, for ALL WORKING GROUPS tonight. If any representatives of the Safer Spaces group would like to meet with me at Liberty Plaza at 6pm under the red thing to address these concerns in a non-violent manner, I would really appreciate the chance speak and listen to them regarding the group's actions. Abuse, inter-personal violence and oppression of all forms are serious, and I am not defending abusers. However, survivors and abusers both require support in moving on, either from being a victim or to being held accountable. Accountability and Safer Space are the crux of the Occupation. . PLEASE TAKE THIS INTERNAL THREAT VERY SERIOUSLY, as it is a part of a very divisive and ugly history within the New York City activist/anarchist community. I do not want to see OWS implode from the inside. The Banksters and the State will have an easy time sweeping us away if we get bogged down in violent infighting instead of the civil, horizontal consensus process we have enjoyed thus far. With Sincerity and Peace in my heart, Mellow Yellow @critmasspanic

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From: To: Subject: Date: september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: Re: [september17discuss] 74% of Daily News readers say OccupyWallSt is "a great cause" Sunday, October 02, 2011 1:22:24 PM

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(And I'm a cynic) On 10/02/11, grimwomyn<grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: In case any of u have any doubt we r totally gonna win this thing... happy sunday On Oct 2, 2011 12:28 PM, "gail zawacki" <witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: > There is even an Occupy Kansas City! Now you know it's going mainstream... > http://www.youtube.com/user/MetaphorMediaKC?email=share_youtube_user > > On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 12:20 PM, Luis Moreno-Caballud < > morenocaballud@yahoo.es> wrote: > >> Yes, I think it is crucial that the GA officially expresses it solidarity >> with the October2011 movement that is going to start in Washington. We are >> the same. Let's take it to the GA, let's all chant Occupy DC!, let's make a >> video and spread it, so that everyone knows that no one owns this movement, >> that is really the movement of the 99%! >> >> >> On Oct 2, 2011, at 12:04 PM, gail zawacki wrote: >> >> Don't know if you've seen this: >> >> >> http://current.com/shows/countdown/videos/october2011-orgs-kevin-zeese-on-his-groups-affinity-with-occupy-wall-street >> >> On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 11:58 AM, Vicente Rubio <vrubiopu@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>> +1000000 >>> >>> >>> 2011/10/2 Luis Moreno-Caballud <morenocaballud@yahoo.es> >>> >>>> Yes! For me the key moment is going to be when that "non-activist" people >>>> feel at home in the movement and start working. If we achieve that, things >>>> could really change. >>>> >>>> >>>> On Oct 2, 2011, at 8:56 AM, jemcgloin@verizon.net wrote: >>>> >>>> Wow we must be doing something right. We need to demand that they >>>> all get on the street. Liking us is important but not enough. >>>> Yesterday, I was in Brooklyn and ended up at the Brooklyn side of the >>>> bridge, watching all the cops. A middle aged guy standing next to me said, >>>> its Occupy Wall St. I asked him what he thought. He said he supports it >>>> 100%, and that his daughter is so into that she shaved her head and wants to >>>> go sleep there. I told him its a great crowd and that she would be safe. >>>> He said I know we already checked it out. Then his daughter showed up and >>>> she was ready to bum rush the bridge, but mom took her home to watch the >>>> live feed. >>>> >>>> Then I take the train to Liberty and while 400 are being arrested the >>>> park is still packed! >>>> >>>> Everybody tries to play us down, but how many movements can spin off >>>> march after march after march, and still have more people at the end? >>>> On 10/02/11, Doug Singsen<dougsingsen@gmail.com> wrote: >>>> >>>> http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2011/10/01/2011-10-01_dozens_arrested_at_occupy_wall_street_protest_brooklyn_bridge_shut_down_.html?r=topnews >>>> >>>> >>>> http://www.nydailynews.com/nydn/poll.do? pollCmsUniqueId=20111001_occupying_wall_street&pollTitle=Occupying+Wall+Street&pollQuestion=Do+you+agree+with+the+protesters%3F&voteExpirationDate=&option_labels=Yes%2C+it%27s+a+great+cause.%3BNo%2C+they+don%27t+know+what+they%27re+fighting+for.%3BI%27m+not+sure.&20111001_occupying_wall_street=1&vote=vote >>>> >>>> >>>> >>> >> >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: Re: [september17discuss] ATTN TWEETERS: Tomorrow"s march moved to Foley Square-correct yr info! Tuesday, October 04, 2011 8:38:40 PM

This parade would have to go passed city hall i would think, and a lot of the union people may be against the whole take the street and get arrested thing. Don't forget that we can have a diversity of tactics.

On 10/04/11, Will Gauss<willgauss@gmail.com> wrote: Capitulating to these unconstitutional demands for permits grants these ridiculous laws unjust legitimacy and is an immense disservice to our movement. I present a veto to this move absent a real reason. Sent from my iPhone On Oct 4, 2011, at 6:35 PM, Conor Toms Reed <conortomasreed@gmail.com> wrote: Hello, OWS twitter-squad. Please update your info tweets to note that the mass 4:30pm rally tomorrow at City Hall Park has been moved to Foley Square so it can be given a marching permit (i.e. essentially no risk of arrest). https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=282473051782707 thanks! -Conor

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: Re: [september17discuss] Direct Participatory Democratic Network - Where Revolution Streches in the Horizon Tuesday, October 04, 2011 8:34:17 PM

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On 10/04/11, Gabriel Johnson<gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: Against the massive concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a select few. --glj On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 5:32 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: We need a one-line SOMETHING. I don't care if it's a demand, a definition, a purpose, or whatever, but we need a snappy, inspiring, and easily communicable idea so people can quickly understand what we're about. "We are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms" is a good start, but it's kind of a tounge-twister. I firmly believe we can come up with something of a similar sentiment that so simple, so universal, so immediately true that even my idiot cousin in the Tea Party will hear it and say "wow, that makes way more sense than this Tea Party shit" and come join this movement. A simple idea that can spread like wildfire.

Solidarity, Jon

*Tea Partiers themselves are not always bad people, they're just confused, angry, and so eager to do SOMETHING that they're grabbing onto the toxic messages of hatred that Big Business is packaging as a populist movement. It's exactly the same way that the fascists were able to take power in the 1930s: by appealing to the worst instincts of people. If we can figure out how to inspire people's best instincts instead, they will come to us in droves.

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 3:36 PM, Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: Dear all;

Talking to other people at Liberty Square, there is strong reason to believe that a good picture of what this occupation is all about has been conceptualized. This is something that maybe everyone already recognized, intuitively or not. We are marching not necessarily for demands, but for value systems. We are marching for values. Values such as solidarity, emancipation, social justice, humanization, human rights, etc. In these values, that's where goals and demands fit, but above all - THIS IS WHY WE MARCH! I'd like to share this vision of the movement with the broader collective. In the process, will attempt to (1) ditch the "one line demand meme", hopefully for good; (2) talk about what we are organically building

and (3) subvert-appropriate the "one line demand" meme to a "one line purpose" meme. Bear strong with me. It is a fun ride.
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Network

- a Direct Participatory Democratic

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For all those who have been following the developments in Liberty Square, we can observe that the General Assembly became a convergence point for dissent social movements. Here we have feminists, queer groups, environmental groups, anti-war groups, permaculture/foodies, anti-racism, anti-police brutality, proimmigrants, human right activists, disabled body people, labor unions, animal rights and even animals themselves (dogs and cats so far, :-). Not to mention a broad set of political orientations, such as marxists, anarchists, liberals, etc etc. All these individuals, organizations, and social movements recognized the legitimacy of the square to voice out their suppressed views to the public in hope of building empathy for change; they are all saying enough to representative democracy and are embracing direct participatory democracy as a better way to share grievances, build solidarity, and solve problems. Doing politics and life with people and not for people or despite people, which is the status quo of our politik so far. This is why we cannot, under any circumstances, narrow our increasingly broad-based movement (and thus POWER) to a one line demand. It is time to open possibilities, not close them. How can we leverage the power rallying at the General Assemblies? How can we make sure that they sew together the strenght of scattered social movements into an unstoppable force? Through the people's Direct Participatory Democratic Network we are building. Let's Imagine, as Lennon would put it. General Assemblies at the community level, at the city level, at state and national level, and finally at the global level, working with each other, in conversation with each other, building solidarity together and coordinating actions. All through physical means (offline) and virtual (online) means, maybe both. The image of this process is a cluster of non-hierarchical, layer-based, General Assemblies, federated and collaborating in the shape of concentric circles.

GA's would have the legitimacy to solve issues pertaining to their jurisdiction. So for instance, local level problems such as public school budget cuts would be resolved at OccupyNYC cluster of General Assemblies. National issues such as renewable energy-based economy discussed and solved by outer rim of General Assemblies: OccupyOregon, OccupyNorthDakota, OccupyMassachusetts, etc. Global issues such as Climate Change or Neoliberal Capitalism discussed and fought at the last outer layer (OccupyPlanet), in coordination with OccupySpain, OccupyGreece, OccupyBrazil, etc.
Maybe we will soon realize that these old nation-state borders aren't even necessary anymore. And that is when we really make history. It is about a re-definition of borders, my dear friends, drawn by the people with the people. Again, we are creating a non-hierarchical, layered Direct Participatory Democratic

Network. A framework that even though layered, is still horizontal, much like ArcGIS (cartography software)
maps.

These conversations would need to happen in a transparent, collaborative, secure environment through a open-source platform where voices on the squares are amplified. Virtual participants must have equal voice some constituents are in hospital beds for example. However, only the Direct Participatory Democratic Network won't make power bend. We need to invite power to change with the will of the people or clog the machine to make it bend, with people power, at precise tactical leverage points. For instance, and this is just an analogy to help clarify the point, (disclaimer for the cops out there hearing this), if we have solid internal intel from employees that blood diamonds are being invested and traded through Chase bank institutions at the Financial District, we build solidarity with social movements that oppose this absurdity and #OccupyChase to shut it down. If queer marriage is being blocked, we seek solidarity with social movements that are in favour and find tactical leverage points to turn the wheel towards legislation, policies, or whatever other demands those social movements have.
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The drafting of goals, demands or whetever should be primarily made by the social movements that are affected by the issue at hand. Who better to draft goals than the people directly affected? Who are we to draft demands for these social movements? We can though be in solidarity WITH them and not FOR them... until power yields. So again, we leverage in solidarity power converging at General Assemblies and march. Whoever is in empathy with a particular cause, goal or demand(s) participates in the smart tactical actions developed to push for them. To build this direct participatory democratic network, absolute free speech is crucial, where all voices, including right wing voices, are welcome. Will this mean co-option? Not necessarily. How? This movement is not apolitical. It is not a neutral movement, as Brecht would agree, there is nothing apolitical in human affairs. This movement was clearly born with a leftist revolutionary call. Rather than a single demand, we have a "one line purpose", under which all these dissent groups including proenvironment and animal rights groups) rally around: we are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Alas, a "one line purpose". Domestic violence or neoliberal capitalism's biases and exclusions; human destruction of the biosphere; all forms of personal or impersonal oppression perpetrated by individuals, groups, corporations, banks, corrupted structures. we are a human

struggle against oppression in all its forms.

This is it seems what we've been doing. The big picture. Where is radicalism, revolution? It is on direct, autonomous, inclusive democracy where voices are amplified and heard across miles, influencing memes and coordinating actions to emancipate the human race and the planet. A way to know we are successful? When power recognizes the legitimacy of the General Assembly constituency to speak for themselves and self-represent. THIS IS WHY WE MARCH. We march for values. Enough of Libert, Egalit, Fraternit. Rather, let's chant a new song: Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity! Thoughts?

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of gail zawacki september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: Re: [september17discuss] Direct Participatory Democratic Network - Where Revolution Streches in the Horizon Tuesday, October 04, 2011 8:38:39 PM

Environmental issues may be caused by economics - or, looked at another way, simple overpopulation, and a policy of endless growth. My point, which perhaps I didn't make clearly because I was being glib, is that any economic issues will be overwhelmed by Nature's solution to them, which is the four horsemen on the horizon. Nature bats last - and you can argue with physics, but you won't win. On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 8:35 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote:
I look at it as the environmental issues being caused by economics, especially the power of giant corporations to block environmental protections.

On 10/04/11, gail zawacki<witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: I actually think any economic issues are wholly subsumed by environmental issues - you can't eat money having said that, perhaps it's time for a movie break (even if it is mainly economic)! http://witsendnj.blogspot.com/2011/10/occupyeverywhere.html

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 6:01 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: Against the massive concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a select few. --glj On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 5:32 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: We need a one-line SOMETHING. I don't care if it's a demand, a definition, a purpose, or whatever, but we need a snappy, inspiring, and easily communicable idea so people can quickly understand what we're about. "We are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms" is a good start, but it's kind of a tounge-twister. I firmly believe we can come up with something of a similar sentiment that so simple, so universal, so immediately true that even my idiot cousin in the Tea Party will hear it and say "wow, that makes way more sense than this Tea Party shit" and come join this movement. A simple idea that can spread like wildfire.

Solidarity, Jon

*Tea Partiers themselves are not always bad people, they're just confused, angry, and so eager to do SOMETHING that they're grabbing onto the toxic messages of hatred that Big Business is packaging as a populist movement. It's exactly the same way that the fascists were able to take power in the 1930s: by appealing to the worst instincts of people. If we can figure out how to inspire people's best instincts instead, they will come to us in droves.

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 3:36 PM, Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: Dear all;

Talking to other people at Liberty Square, there is strong reason to believe that a good picture of what this occupation is all about has been conceptualized. This is something that maybe everyone already recognized, intuitively or not. We are marching not necessarily for demands, but for value systems. We are marching for values. Values such as solidarity, emancipation, social justice, humanization, human rights, etc. In these values, that's where goals and demands fit, but above all - THIS IS WHY WE MARCH! I'd like to share this vision of the movement with the broader collective. In the process, will attempt to (1) ditch the "one line demand meme", hopefully for good; (2) talk about what we are organically building

and (3) subvert-appropriate the "one line demand" meme to a "one line purpose" meme. Bear strong with me. It is a fun ride. For all those who have been following the developments in Liberty Square, we can observe that the General Assembly became a convergence point for dissent social movements. Here we have feminists, queer groups, environmental groups, anti-war groups, permaculture/foodies, anti-racism, anti-police brutality, pro-immigrants, human right activists, disabled body people, labor unions, animal rights and even animals themselves (dogs and cats so far, :-). Not to mention a broad set of political orientations, such as marxists, anarchists, liberals, etc etc. All these individuals, organizations, and social movements recognized the legitimacy of the square to voice out their suppressed views to the public in hope of building empathy for change; they are all saying enough to representative democracy and are embracing direct participatory democracy as a better way to share grievances, build solidarity, and solve problems. Doing politics and life with people and not for people or despite people, which is the status quo of our politik so far. This is why we cannot, under any circumstances, narrow our increasingly broad-based movement (and thus POWER) to a one line demand. It is time to open possibilities, not close them. How can we leverage the power rallying at the General Assemblies? How can we make sure that they sew together the strenght of scattered social movements into an unstoppable force? Through the people's Direct Participatory Democratic Network we are building. Let's Imagine, as Lennon would put it. General Assemblies at the community level, at the city level, at state and national level, and finally at the global level, working with each other, in conversation with each other, building solidarity together and coordinating actions. All through physical means (offline) and virtual (online) means, maybe both. The image of this process is a cluster of non-hierarchical, layerbased, General Assemblies, federated and collaborating in the shape of concentric circles.

Network

- a Direct Participatory Democratic

resolved at OccupyNYC cluster of General Assemblies. National issues such as renewable energybased economy discussed and solved by outer rim of General Assemblies: OccupyOregon,

GA's would have the legitimacy to solve issues pertaining to their jurisdiction. So for instance, local level problems such as public school budget cuts would be

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

OccupyNorthDakota, OccupyMassachusetts, etc. Global issues such as Climate Change or Neoliberal Capitalism discussed and fought at the last outer layer (OccupyPlanet), in coordination with OccupySpain, OccupyGreece, OccupyBrazil, etc. Maybe we will soon realize that these old nation-state borders aren't even necessary anymore. And that is when we really make history. It is about a re-definition of borders, my dear friends, drawn by the people with the people. Again, we are creating a non-hierarchical, layered Direct Participatory

Democratic Network. A framework that even though layered, is still horizontal, much like ArcGIS
(cartography software) maps.

These conversations would need to happen in a transparent, collaborative, secure environment through a open-source platform where voices on the squares are amplified. Virtual participants must have equal voice - some constituents are in hospital beds for example. However, only the Direct Participatory Democratic Network won't make power bend. We need to invite power to change with the will of the people or clog the machine to make it bend, with people power, at precise tactical leverage points. For instance, and this is just an analogy to help clarify the point, (disclaimer for the cops out there hearing this), if we have solid internal intel from employees that blood diamonds are being invested and traded through Chase bank institutions at the Financial District, we build solidarity with social movements that oppose this absurdity and #OccupyChase to shut it down. If queer marriage is being blocked, we seek solidarity with social movements that are in favour and find tactical leverage points to turn the wheel towards legislation, policies, or whatever other demands those social movements have. The drafting of goals, demands or whetever should be primarily made by the social movements that are affected by the issue at hand. Who better to draft goals than the people directly affected? Who are we to draft demands for these social movements? We can though be in solidarity WITH them and not FOR them... until power yields. So again, we leverage in solidarity power converging at General Assemblies and march. Whoever is in empathy with a particular cause, goal or demand(s) participates in the smart tactical actions developed to push for them. To build this direct participatory democratic network, absolute free speech is crucial, where all voices, including right wing voices, are welcome. Will this mean co-option? Not necessarily. How? This movement is not apolitical. It is not a neutral movement, as Brecht would agree, there is nothing apolitical in human affairs. This movement was clearly born with a leftist revolutionary call. Rather than a single demand, we have a "one line purpose", under which all these dissent groups including proenvironment and animal rights groups) rally around: we are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Alas, a "one line purpose". Domestic violence or neoliberal capitalism's biases and exclusions; human destruction of the biosphere; all forms of personal or impersonal oppression perpetrated by individuals, groups, corporations, banks, corrupted structures. we are a human

struggle against oppression in all its forms.

This is it seems what we've been doing. The big picture. Where is radicalism, revolution? It is on direct, autonomous, inclusive democracy where voices are amplified and heard across miles, influencing memes and coordinating actions to emancipate the human race and the planet. A way to know we are successful? When power recognizes the legitimacy of the General Assembly constituency to speak for themselves and self-represent.

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

THIS IS WHY WE MARCH. We march for values. Enough of Libert, Egalit, Fraternit. Rather, let's chant a new song: Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity! Thoughts?

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: Re: [september17discuss] Direct Participatory Democratic Network - Where Revolution Streches in the Horizon Tuesday, October 04, 2011 8:35:30 PM

I look at it as the environmental issues being caused by economics, especially the power of giant corporations to block environmental protections.

On 10/04/11, gail zawacki<witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: I actually think any economic issues are wholly subsumed by environmental issues - you can't eat money - having said that, perhaps it's time for a movie break (even if it is mainly economic)! http://witsendnj.blogspot.com/2011/10/occupyeverywhere.html

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 6:01 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: Against the massive concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a select few. --glj On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 5:32 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: We need a one-line SOMETHING. I don't care if it's a demand, a definition, a purpose, or whatever, but we need a snappy, inspiring, and easily communicable idea so people can quickly understand what we're about. "We are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms" is a good start, but it's kind of a tounge-twister. I firmly believe we can come up with something of a similar sentiment that so simple, so universal, so immediately true that even my idiot cousin in the Tea Party will hear it and say "wow, that makes way more sense than this Tea Party shit" and come join this movement. A simple idea that can spread like wildfire.

Solidarity, Jon

*Tea Partiers themselves are not always bad people, they're just confused, angry, and so eager to do SOMETHING that they're grabbing onto the toxic messages of hatred that Big Business is packaging as a populist movement. It's exactly the same way that the fascists were able to take power in the 1930s: by appealing to the worst instincts of people. If we can figure out how to inspire people's best instincts instead, they will come to us in droves.

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 3:36 PM, Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: Dear all;

Talking to other people at Liberty Square, there is strong reason to believe that a good picture of what this occupation is all about has been conceptualized. This is something that maybe everyone already recognized, intuitively or not. We are marching not necessarily for demands, but for value systems. We are marching for values. Values such as solidarity, emancipation, social justice, humanization, human

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

rights, etc. In these values, that's where goals and demands fit, but above all - THIS IS WHY WE MARCH! I'd like to share this vision of the movement with the broader collective. In the process, will attempt to (1) ditch the "one line demand meme", hopefully for good; (2) talk about what we are organically building

and (3) subvert-appropriate the "one line demand" meme to a "one line purpose" meme. Bear strong with me. It is a fun ride. For all those who have been following the developments in Liberty Square, we can observe that the General Assembly became a convergence point for dissent social movements. Here we have feminists, queer groups, environmental groups, anti-war groups, permaculture/foodies, anti-racism, anti-police brutality, pro-immigrants, human right activists, disabled body people, labor unions, animal rights and even animals themselves (dogs and cats so far, :-). Not to mention a broad set of political orientations, such as marxists, anarchists, liberals, etc etc. All these individuals, organizations, and social movements recognized the legitimacy of the square to voice out their suppressed views to the public in hope of building empathy for change; they are all saying enough to representative democracy and are embracing direct participatory democracy as a better way to share grievances, build solidarity, and solve problems. Doing politics and life with people and not for people or despite people, which is the status quo of our politik so far. This is why we cannot, under any circumstances, narrow our increasingly broad-based movement (and thus POWER) to a one line demand. It is time to open possibilities, not close them. How can we leverage the power rallying at the General Assemblies? How can we make sure that they sew together the strenght of scattered social movements into an unstoppable force? Through the people's Direct Participatory Democratic Network we are building. Let's Imagine, as Lennon would put it. General Assemblies at the community level, at the city level, at state and national level, and finally at the global level, working with each other, in conversation with each other, building solidarity together and coordinating actions. All through physical means (offline) and virtual (online) means, maybe both. The image of this process is a cluster of non-hierarchical, layerbased, General Assemblies, federated and collaborating in the shape of concentric circles.

Network

- a Direct Participatory Democratic

GA's would have the legitimacy to solve issues pertaining to their jurisdiction. So for instance, local level problems such as public school budget cuts would be resolved at OccupyNYC cluster of General Assemblies. National issues such as renewable energy-based economy discussed and solved by outer rim of General Assemblies: OccupyOregon, OccupyNorthDakota, OccupyMassachusetts, etc. Global issues such as Climate Change or Neoliberal Capitalism discussed and fought at the last outer layer (OccupyPlanet), in coordination with OccupySpain, OccupyGreece, OccupyBrazil, etc.
Maybe we will soon realize that these old nation-state borders aren't even necessary anymore. And that is when we really make history. It is about a re-definition of borders, my dear friends, drawn by the people with the people. Again, we are creating a non-hierarchical, layered Direct Participatory

Democratic Network. A framework that even though layered, is still horizontal, much like ArcGIS
(cartography software) maps.

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

These conversations would need to happen in a transparent, collaborative, secure environment through a open-source platform where voices on the squares are amplified. Virtual participants must have equal voice - some constituents are in hospital beds for example. However, only the Direct Participatory Democratic Network won't make power bend. We need to invite power to change with the will of the people or clog the machine to make it bend, with people power, at precise tactical leverage points. For instance, and this is just an analogy to help clarify the point, (disclaimer for the cops out there hearing this), if we have solid internal intel from employees that blood diamonds are being invested and traded through Chase bank institutions at the Financial District, we build solidarity with social movements that oppose this absurdity and #OccupyChase to shut it down. If queer marriage is being blocked, we seek solidarity with social movements that are in favour and find tactical leverage points to turn the wheel towards legislation, policies, or whatever other demands those social movements have. The drafting of goals, demands or whetever should be primarily made by the social movements that are affected by the issue at hand. Who better to draft goals than the people directly affected? Who are we to draft demands for these social movements? We can though be in solidarity WITH them and not FOR them... until power yields. So again, we leverage in solidarity power converging at General Assemblies and march. Whoever is in empathy with a particular cause, goal or demand(s) participates in the smart tactical actions developed to push for them. To build this direct participatory democratic network, absolute free speech is crucial, where all voices, including right wing voices, are welcome. Will this mean co-option? Not necessarily. How? This movement is not apolitical. It is not a neutral movement, as Brecht would agree, there is nothing apolitical in human affairs. This movement was clearly born with a leftist revolutionary call. Rather than a single demand, we have a "one line purpose", under which all these dissent groups including proenvironment and animal rights groups) rally around: we are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Alas, a "one line purpose". Domestic violence or neoliberal capitalism's biases and exclusions; human destruction of the biosphere; all forms of personal or impersonal oppression perpetrated by individuals, groups, corporations, banks, corrupted structures. we are a human

struggle against oppression in all its forms.

This is it seems what we've been doing. The big picture. Where is radicalism, revolution? It is on direct, autonomous, inclusive democracy where voices are amplified and heard across miles, influencing memes and coordinating actions to emancipate the human race and the planet. A way to know we are successful? When power recognizes the legitimacy of the General Assembly constituency to speak for themselves and self-represent. THIS IS WHY WE MARCH. We march for values. Enough of Libert, Egalit, Fraternit. Rather, let's chant a new song: Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity! Thoughts?

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com
From: To: Subject: Date: september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: Re: Re: [september17discuss] 74% of Daily News readers say OccupyWallSt is "a great cause" Sunday, October 02, 2011 1:26:21 PM

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On 10/02/11, jemcgloin@verizon.net wrote: I believe that we can win! I believe that we can win! I believe that we can win! I believe that we can win! I believe that we can win! I believe that we can win! I believe that we can win! I believe that we can win! (And I'm a cynic) On 10/02/11, grimwomyn<grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: In case any of u have any doubt we r totally gonna win this thing... happy sunday On Oct 2, 2011 12:28 PM, "gail zawacki" <witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: > There is even an Occupy Kansas City! Now you know it's going mainstream... > http://www.youtube.com/user/MetaphorMediaKC?email=share_youtube_user > > On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 12:20 PM, Luis Moreno-Caballud < > morenocaballud@yahoo.es> wrote: > >> Yes, I think it is crucial that the GA officially expresses it solidarity >> with the October2011 movement that is going to start in Washington. We are >> the same. Let's take it to the GA, let's all chant Occupy DC!, let's make a >> video and spread it, so that everyone knows that no one owns this movement, >> that is really the movement of the 99%! >> >> >> On Oct 2, 2011, at 12:04 PM, gail zawacki wrote: >> >> Don't know if you've seen this: >> >> >> http://current.com/shows/countdown/videos/october2011-orgs-kevin-zeese-on-his-groups-affinity-with-occupy-wall-street >> >> On Sun, Oct 2, 2011 at 11:58 AM, Vicente Rubio <vrubiopu@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>> +1000000 >>> >>> >>> 2011/10/2 Luis Moreno-Caballud <morenocaballud@yahoo.es> >>> >>>> Yes! For me the key moment is going to be when that "non-activist" people >>>> feel at home in the movement and start working. If we achieve that, things >>>> could really change. >>>> >>>> >>>> On Oct 2, 2011, at 8:56 AM, jemcgloin@verizon.net wrote: >>>> >>>> Wow we must be doing something right. We need to demand that they >>>> all get on the street. Liking us is important but not enough. >>>> Yesterday, I was in Brooklyn and ended up at the Brooklyn side of the >>>> bridge, watching all the cops. A middle aged guy standing next to me said, >>>> its Occupy Wall St. I asked him what he thought. He said he supports it >>>> 100%, and that his daughter is so into that she shaved her head and wants to >>>> go sleep there. I told him its a great crowd and that she would be safe. >>>> He said I know we already checked it out. Then his daughter showed up and >>>> she was ready to bum rush the bridge, but mom took her home to watch the >>>> live feed. >>>> >>>> Then I take the train to Liberty and while 400 are being arrested the >>>> park is still packed! >>>> >>>> Everybody tries to play us down, but how many movements can spin off >>>> march after march after march, and still have more people at the end? >>>> On 10/02/11, Doug Singsen<dougsingsen@gmail.com> wrote: >>>> >>>> http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2011/10/01/2011-10-01_dozens_arrested_at_occupy_wall_street_protest_brooklyn_bridge_shut_down_.html?r=topnews >>>> >>>> >>>> http://www.nydailynews.com/nydn/poll.do? pollCmsUniqueId=20111001_occupying_wall_street&pollTitle=Occupying+Wall+Street&pollQuestion=Do+you+agree+with+the+protesters%3F&voteExpirationDate=&option_labels=Yes%2C+it%27s+a+great+cause.%3BNo%2C+they+don%27t+know+what+they%27re+fighting+for.%3BI%27m+not+sure.&20111001_occupying_wall_street=1&vote=vote >>>> >>>> >>>> >>> >> >>

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of gail zawacki september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: Re: Re: [september17discuss] Direct Participatory Democratic Network - Where Revolution Streches in the Horizon Tuesday, October 04, 2011 9:17:00 PM

Yeah, I am frightened, and so are a lot of other people who are doing the math without the "hope". We have passed several critical thresholds already. Check out my blog - http://witsendnj.blogspot.com/p/basic-premise.html for just the tropospheric ozone impact on plants...never mind climate change, and peak oil and the rare elements that make up our modern toys! It's really quite urgent that we re-write the paradigm of unlimited growth that our top-predator species has been addicted to. OWS is a great start towards a new way of thinking. On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 8:47 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote:
I hope your wrong about that, and that we can change our economics before it is to late. A general collapse of the ability of the planet to support us is the scariest thing I can think of.

On 10/04/11, gail zawacki<witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: Environmental issues may be caused by economics - or, looked at another way, simple overpopulation, and a policy of endless growth. My point, which perhaps I didn't make clearly because I was being glib, is that any economic issues will be overwhelmed by Nature's solution to them, which is the four horsemen on the horizon. Nature bats last - and you can argue with physics, but you won't win. On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 8:35 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote: I look at it as the environmental issues being caused by economics, especially the power of giant corporations to block environmental protections.

On 10/04/11, gail zawacki<witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: I actually think any economic issues are wholly subsumed by environmental issues - you can't eat money having said that, perhaps it's time for a movie break (even if it is mainly economic)! http://witsendnj.blogspot.com/2011/10/occupyeverywhere.html

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 6:01 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: Against the massive concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a select few. --glj On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 5:32 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: We need a one-line SOMETHING. I don't care if it's a demand, a definition, a purpose, or whatever, but we need a snappy, inspiring, and easily communicable idea so people can quickly understand what we're about. "We are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms" is a good start, but it's kind of
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

a tounge-twister. I firmly believe we can come up with something of a similar sentiment that so simple, so universal, so immediately true that even my idiot cousin in the Tea Party will hear it and say "wow, that makes way more sense than this Tea Party shit" and come join this movement. A simple idea that can spread like wildfire.

Solidarity, Jon

*Tea Partiers themselves are not always bad people, they're just confused, angry, and so eager to do SOMETHING that they're grabbing onto the toxic messages of hatred that Big Business is packaging as a populist movement. It's exactly the same way that the fascists were able to take power in the 1930s: by appealing to the worst instincts of people. If we can figure out how to inspire people's best instincts instead, they will come to us in droves.

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 3:36 PM, Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: Dear all;

Talking to other people at Liberty Square, there is strong reason to believe that a good picture of what this occupation is all about has been conceptualized. This is something that maybe everyone already recognized, intuitively or not. We are marching not necessarily for demands, but for value systems. We are marching for values. Values such as solidarity, emancipation, social justice, humanization, human rights, etc. In these values, that's where goals and demands fit, but above all - THIS IS WHY WE MARCH! I'd like to share this vision of the movement with the broader collective. In the process, will attempt to (1) ditch the "one line demand meme", hopefully for good; (2) talk about what we are organically building

and (3) subvert-appropriate the "one line demand" meme to a "one line purpose" meme. Bear strong with me. It is a fun ride. For all those who have been following the developments in Liberty Square, we can observe that the General Assembly became a convergence point for dissent social movements. Here we have feminists, queer groups, environmental groups, anti-war groups, permaculture/foodies, anti-racism, anti-police brutality, pro-immigrants, human right activists, disabled body people, labor unions, animal rights and even animals themselves (dogs and cats so far, :-). Not to mention a broad set of political orientations, such as marxists, anarchists, liberals, etc etc. All these individuals, organizations, and social movements recognized the legitimacy of the square to voice out their suppressed views to the public in hope of building empathy for change; they are all saying enough to representative democracy and are embracing direct participatory democracy as a better way to share grievances, build solidarity, and solve problems. Doing politics and life with people and not for people or despite people, which is the status quo of our politik so far. This is why we cannot, under any circumstances, narrow our increasingly broad-based movement (and thus POWER) to a one line demand.

Network

- a Direct Participatory Democratic

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

It is time to open possibilities, not close them. How can we leverage the power rallying at the General Assemblies? How can we make sure that they sew together the strenght of scattered social movements into an unstoppable force? Through the people's Direct Participatory Democratic Network we are building. Let's Imagine, as Lennon would put it. General Assemblies at the community level, at the city level, at state and national level, and finally at the global level, working with each other, in conversation with each other, building solidarity together and coordinating actions. All through physical means (offline) and virtual (online) means, maybe both. The image of this process is a cluster of nonhierarchical, layer-based, General Assemblies, federated and collaborating in the shape of concentric circles.

resolved at OccupyNYC cluster of General Assemblies. National issues such as renewable energy-based economy discussed and solved by outer rim of General Assemblies: OccupyOregon, OccupyNorthDakota, OccupyMassachusetts, etc. Global issues such as Climate Change or Neoliberal Capitalism discussed and fought at the last outer layer (OccupyPlanet), in coordination with OccupySpain, OccupyGreece, OccupyBrazil, etc.

GA's would have the legitimacy to solve issues pertaining to their jurisdiction. So for instance, local level problems such as public school budget cuts would be

Maybe we will soon realize that these old nation-state borders aren't even necessary anymore. And that is when we really make history. It is about a re-definition of borders, my dear friends, drawn by the people with the people. Again, we are creating a non-hierarchical, layered Direct Participatory

Democratic Network. A framework that even though layered, is still horizontal, much like ArcGIS
(cartography software) maps. These conversations would need to happen in a transparent, collaborative, secure environment through a open-source platform where voices on the squares are amplified. Virtual participants must have equal voice - some constituents are in hospital beds for example.

However, only the Direct Participatory Democratic Network won't make power bend. We need to invite power to change with the will of the people or clog the machine to make it bend, with people power, at precise tactical leverage points. For instance, and this is just an analogy to help clarify the point, (disclaimer for the cops out there hearing this), if we have solid internal intel from employees that blood diamonds are being invested and traded through Chase bank institutions at the Financial District, we build solidarity with social movements that oppose this absurdity and #OccupyChase to shut it down. If queer marriage is being blocked, we seek solidarity with social movements that are in favour and find tactical leverage points to turn the wheel towards legislation, policies, or whatever other demands those social movements have. The drafting of goals, demands or whetever should be primarily made by the social movements that are affected by the issue at hand. Who better to draft goals than the people directly affected? Who are we to draft demands for these social movements? We can though be in solidarity WITH them and not FOR them... until power yields. So again, we leverage in solidarity power converging at General Assemblies and march. Whoever is in empathy with a particular cause, goal or demand(s) participates in the smart tactical actions developed to push for them. To build this direct participatory democratic network, absolute free speech is crucial, where all voices, including right wing voices, are welcome. Will this mean co-option? Not necessarily. How?

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This movement is not apolitical. It is not a neutral movement, as Brecht would agree, there is nothing apolitical in human affairs. This movement was clearly born with a leftist revolutionary call. Rather than a single demand, we have a "one line purpose", under which all these dissent groups including proenvironment and animal rights groups) rally around: we are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Alas, a "one line purpose". Domestic violence or neoliberal capitalism's biases and exclusions; human destruction of the biosphere; all forms of personal or impersonal oppression perpetrated by individuals, groups, corporations, banks, corrupted structures. we are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. This is it seems what we've been doing. The big picture. Where is radicalism, revolution? It is on direct, autonomous, inclusive democracy where voices are amplified and heard across miles, influencing memes and coordinating actions to emancipate the human race and the planet. A way to know we are successful? When power recognizes the legitimacy of the General Assembly constituency to speak for themselves and self-represent. THIS IS WHY WE MARCH. We march for values. Enough of Libert, Egalit, Fraternit. Rather, let's chant a new song: Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity! Thoughts?

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com SPAM-MED: Re: Re: Re: Re: [september17discuss] Direct Participatory Democratic Network - Where Revolution Streches in the Horizon Tuesday, October 04, 2011 9:33:50 PM

Interesting article, and the longest biblography I ever saw.

On 10/04/11, gail zawacki<witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: Yeah, I am frightened, and so are a lot of other people who are doing the math without the "hope". We have passed several critical thresholds already. Check out my blog - http://witsendnj.blogspot.com/p/basicpremise.html for just the tropospheric ozone impact on plants...never mind climate change, and peak oil and the rare elements that make up our modern toys! It's really quite urgent that we re-write the paradigm of unlimited growth that our top-predator species has been addicted to. OWS is a great start towards a new way of thinking. On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 8:47 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote: I hope your wrong about that, and that we can change our economics before it is to late. A general collapse of the ability of the planet to support us is the scariest thing I can think of.

On 10/04/11, gail zawacki<witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: Environmental issues may be caused by economics - or, looked at another way, simple overpopulation, and a policy of endless growth. My point, which perhaps I didn't make clearly because I was being glib, is that any economic issues will be overwhelmed by Nature's solution to them, which is the four horsemen on the horizon. Nature bats last - and you can argue with physics, but you won't win. On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 8:35 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote: I look at it as the environmental issues being caused by economics, especially the power of giant corporations to block environmental protections.

On 10/04/11, gail zawacki<witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: I actually think any economic issues are wholly subsumed by environmental issues - you can't eat money having said that, perhaps it's time for a movie break (even if it is mainly economic)! http://witsendnj.blogspot.com/2011/10/occupyeverywhere.html

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 6:01 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: Against the massive concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a select few. --glj

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On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 5:32 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: We need a one-line SOMETHING. I don't care if it's a demand, a definition, a purpose, or whatever, but we need a snappy, inspiring, and easily communicable idea so people can quickly understand what we're about. "We are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms" is a good start, but it's kind of a tounge-twister. I firmly believe we can come up with something of a similar sentiment that so simple, so universal, so immediately true that even my idiot cousin in the Tea Party will hear it and say "wow, that makes way more sense than this Tea Party shit" and come join this movement. A simple idea that can spread like wildfire.

Solidarity, Jon

*Tea Partiers themselves are not always bad people, they're just confused, angry, and so eager to do SOMETHING that they're grabbing onto the toxic messages of hatred that Big Business is packaging as a populist movement. It's exactly the same way that the fascists were able to take power in the 1930s: by appealing to the worst instincts of people. If we can figure out how to inspire people's best instincts instead, they will come to us in droves.

On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 3:36 PM, Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: Dear all;

Talking to other people at Liberty Square, there is strong reason to believe that a good picture of what this occupation is all about has been conceptualized. This is something that maybe everyone already recognized, intuitively or not. We are marching not necessarily for demands, but for value systems. We are marching for values. Values such as solidarity, emancipation, social justice, humanization, human rights, etc. In these values, that's where goals and demands fit, but above all - THIS IS WHY WE MARCH! I'd like to share this vision of the movement with the broader collective. In the process, will attempt to (1) ditch the "one line demand meme", hopefully for good; (2) talk about what we are organically building

and (3) subvert-appropriate the "one line demand" meme to a "one line purpose" meme. Bear strong with me. It is a fun ride. For all those who have been following the developments in Liberty Square, we can observe that the General Assembly became a convergence point for dissent social movements. Here we have feminists, queer groups, environmental groups, anti-war groups, permaculture/foodies, anti-racism, anti-police brutality, pro-immigrants, human right activists, disabled body people, labor unions, animal rights and even animals themselves (dogs and cats so far, :-). Not to mention a broad set of political orientations, such as marxists, anarchists, liberals, etc etc. All these individuals, organizations, and social movements recognized the legitimacy of the square to voice out their suppressed views to the public in hope of building empathy for change; they are all saying enough to representative democracy and are embracing direct participatory democracy as a better way to share grievances, build solidarity, and solve problems. Doing politics
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Network

- a Direct Participatory Democratic

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and life with people and not for people or despite people, which is the status quo of our politik so far. This is why we cannot, under any circumstances, narrow our increasingly broad-based movement (and thus POWER) to a one line demand. It is time to open possibilities, not close them. How can we leverage the power rallying at the General Assemblies? How can we make sure that they sew together the strenght of scattered social movements into an unstoppable force? Through the people's Direct Participatory Democratic Network we are building. Let's Imagine, as Lennon would put it. General Assemblies at the community level, at the city level, at state and national level, and finally at the global level, working with each other, in conversation with each other, building solidarity together and coordinating actions. All through physical means (offline) and virtual (online) means, maybe both. The image of this process is a cluster of nonhierarchical, layer-based, General Assemblies, federated and collaborating in the shape of concentric circles.

resolved at OccupyNYC cluster of General Assemblies. National issues such as renewable energybased economy discussed and solved by outer rim of General Assemblies: OccupyOregon, OccupyNorthDakota, OccupyMassachusetts, etc. Global issues such as Climate Change or Neoliberal Capitalism discussed and fought at the last outer layer (OccupyPlanet), in coordination with OccupySpain, OccupyGreece, OccupyBrazil, etc. Maybe we will soon realize that these old nation-state borders aren't even necessary anymore. And that is when we really make history. It is about a re-definition of borders, my dear friends, drawn by the people with the people. Again, we are creating a non-hierarchical, layered Direct Participatory

GA's would have the legitimacy to solve issues pertaining to their jurisdiction. So for instance, local level problems such as public school budget cuts would be

Democratic Network. A framework that even though layered, is still horizontal, much like ArcGIS
(cartography software) maps. These conversations would need to happen in a transparent, collaborative, secure environment through a open-source platform where voices on the squares are amplified. Virtual participants must have equal voice - some constituents are in hospital beds for example.

However, only the Direct Participatory Democratic Network won't make power bend. We need to invite power to change with the will of the people or clog the machine to make it bend, with people power, at precise tactical leverage points. For instance, and this is just an analogy to help clarify the point, (disclaimer for the cops out there hearing this), if we have solid internal intel from employees that blood diamonds are being invested and traded through Chase bank institutions at the Financial District, we build solidarity with social movements that oppose this absurdity and #OccupyChase to shut it down. If queer marriage is being blocked, we seek solidarity with social movements that are in favour and find tactical leverage points to turn the wheel towards legislation, policies, or whatever other demands those social movements have. The drafting of goals, demands or whetever should be primarily made by the social movements that are affected by the issue at hand. Who better to draft goals than the people directly affected? Who are we to draft demands for these social movements? We can though be in solidarity WITH them and not FOR them... until power yields. So again, we leverage in solidarity power converging at General Assemblies and march. Whoever is in empathy with a particular cause, goal or demand(s) participates in the smart tactical actions developed to push for them.
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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To build this direct participatory democratic network, absolute free speech is crucial, where all voices, including right wing voices, are welcome. Will this mean co-option? Not necessarily. How? This movement is not apolitical. It is not a neutral movement, as Brecht would agree, there is nothing apolitical in human affairs. This movement was clearly born with a leftist revolutionary call. Rather than a single demand, we have a "one line purpose", under which all these dissent groups including proenvironment and animal rights groups) rally around: we are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Alas, a "one line purpose". Domestic violence or neoliberal capitalism's biases and exclusions; human destruction of the biosphere; all forms of personal or impersonal oppression perpetrated by individuals, groups, corporations, banks, corrupted structures. we are a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. This is it seems what we've been doing. The big picture. Where is radicalism, revolution? It is on direct, autonomous, inclusive democracy where voices are amplified and heard across miles, influencing memes and coordinating actions to emancipate the human race and the planet. A way to know we are successful? When power recognizes the legitimacy of the General Assembly constituency to speak for themselves and self-represent. THIS IS WHY WE MARCH. We march for values. Enough of Libert, Egalit, Fraternit. Rather, let's chant a new song: Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity! Thoughts?

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of nikky schiller globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com; audiovisol@googlegroups.com; culture; occupywallstreetjournal@googlegroups.com; Lauren D; begoniasc@yahoo.es; Vicente Rubio [GlobalRevolutionMedia] [Squares] Global Mubarak 15 october Thursday, September 29, 2011 9:36:31 AM

Hi everyone i encourage you to start to work on this campaing by doing any videos,actions or activities before 15 oct and for 15 oct, to celebrate the taking the squares all around the world by demanding equality for everybody and not for just few... spanish at the botton Hi Everyone Global Mubarak Statement On 15th October 2011, united in our diversity, united for global change, we demand global democracy: global governance by the people, for the people. Inspired by our sisters and brothers in Tunis, Cairo, Bengazi, Daraa, Palestine-Israel, Spain and Greece, we too call for a regime change: a global regime change. We will not come to global institutions, hat in hand, begging for policy change.... In the words of Vandana Shiva, the Indian activist, today we demand replacing the G8 with the whole of humanity - the G 7,000,000,000. These are our global Mubarak, our global Assad, our global Gaddafi: the IMF, the WTO, global markets, multinational banks, the G8\G20, the European Central Bank, the UN Security Council, the World Bank, the Basel Committee on bank regulations and other undemocratic international institutions. Like Mubarak and Assad, these institutions must not be allowed to run peoples lives without their consent. We are all born equal, rich or poor, woman or man. Every African andAsian is equal to every European and American. Our global institutions must reflect this, or be overturned. Today, like the Mexican Zapatistas, we say "Ya basta! Aqui el pueblo manda y el gobierno obedece": Enough! Here the people command and global institutions obey! Like the Spanish Tommalaplaza we say "Democracia Real Ya": True global democracy now!"Today we call the citizens of the world: let us globalize Tahrir Square! Let us globalise Puerta del Sol!
El 15 de Octubre de 2011, unidos en nuestra diversidad, unidos por un cambio global, demandamos una democracia mundial: gobernanza global que nace en las personas y para las personas. Inspirados por nuestros hermanos y hermanas en Tunez, Cairo, Benghazi, [Manama], Daraa, Palestina-Israel, Espana y Grecia, nosotros tambien llamamos a un cambio de regimen: un cambio de regimen global. No iremos a las instituciones globales, con el sombrero en la mano, rogando por un cambio de politica. En las palabras de VAndana Shiva, el activista Hindu, hoy demandamos remplazar el G8 por el resto de la humanidad el G 7,000,000,000. Estos son nuestros Mubarak globales, nuestros Assad globales, nuestros Gaddafi gobal: el Fondo Monetario Internacional, la Organizacion Mundial de Comercio, los mercados globales, los bancos y las multinacionales, el G8/G20, el Banco Europeo, el Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU, el Banco Mundial, el Comite de Basilea sobre las regulaciones bancarias y otras instituciones internacionales antidemocraticas. Como Mubarak y Assad, no se debe permitir que estas instituciones manejen las vidas de las personsas sin su consentimiento.

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Todos nacemos iguales, ricos o pobres, mujer u hombre. Cada Africano o asiatico es igual que cada europeo o americano. Nuestras instituciones globales deben reflejar esto, o ser derrocadas. Hoy, como los Zapatistas Mejicanos, debemos decir, Ya basta! Aqui el pubelo manda y el gobierno obedece. Como los espanoles de Toma la Plaza debemos decir: Democracia real ya para todos!" Hoy llamamos a todos los ciudadanos del mundo: vamos a globalizar la plaza de Tahrir! Vamos a globalizar la Puerta del Sol!

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Vlad T globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Fwd: Livestream contacts Saturday, October 01, 2011 12:56:03 AM

So livestream is also offering us additional resources. we will try to setup a meeting with them. I personally feel that we should reward livestreams decision to just remove advertising and not charge us after advertisers dropped us. this is exactly of corporations we should encourage.... ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Daniel Pacheco <daniel.pacheco@livestream.com> Date: Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 5:17 PM Subject: Livestream contacts To: vlad@glassbeadcollective.org Vlad, Just letting you know that if you're having any technical issues or have any general questions about the platform, you can contact me directly. Best regards, Daniel

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Prudence Katze globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site Friday, September 30, 2011 10:35:47 AM

Does anyone know how to add events to the google calendar? or who to contact? Thanks! in solidarity, Prudence

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From: To:

Subject: Date: Attachments:

globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of nikky schiller globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com; culture; occupywallstreetjournal@googlegroups.com; begoniasc@yahoo.es; begoniasc@yahoo.com; Lauren D; Vicente Rubio; Kira Annika; jwedes@gmail.com; WIKTOR SKOK; Franc Music; Thomas Lauterbach [GlobalRevolutionMedia] how to cook a pacific revolution: Guide/Roll-Up English Friday, September 30, 2011 10:09:22 AM Roll-Up_eng1.0..pdf

Hello everyone i would like you to invite you to spread out this Guide/Roll-up: "How to cook a Pacific Revolution" written by our brothers in Spain from 15M. Viva la Revolucin

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of nikky schiller globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com [GlobalRevolutionMedia] lorenzos email and my sandisk card Thursday, September 29, 2011 9:09:45 AM

ey guys can you give me Lorenzos email? by the way, i lend my Sandisk Extreme card to someone of the team some days ago. But i cant remember who was it :). If the one i lend can give it to me back, i would appreciate it as i had my footage in that card. Thanks Nikky

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Hank Testor globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com [GlobalRevolutionMedia] mobile power! Friday, September 30, 2011 6:31:42 PM

chicago has mobile power! see the pic: http://occupychi.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/20110930-142128.jpg

On 9/30/11 12:03 PM, Messiah Rhodes wrote: Funny about radiohead performing, I used one of Thom Yorke's song for The March to Union Square video. On Sep 30, 2011 12:57 PM, "Prudence Katze" <prudencekatze@gmail.com> wrote: > > It's a 100% accurate. > > The media team is going to stream 10 minutes of content during intermission. We need to curate that content ASAP. Millions of people can potentially be watching.. > Vlad - where are you? > > > > > On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> wrote: >> >> its a rumor... >> >> On Sep 30, 2011 11:48 AM, "Alvaro Corzo" <acorzo@hotmail.com> wrote: >> > >> > does anyone knows more about the rumor that radiohead will be playing for us today at 4pm? >> > >> > From: prudencekatze@gmail.com >> > Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 10:35:24 -0400 >> > Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site >> > To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com >> > >> > Does anyone know how to add events to the google calendar? or who to contact?
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>> >> >> >> >> > >

> > Thanks! > > in solidarity, Prudence >

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of nikky schiller globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com; culture [GlobalRevolutionMedia] new squares USA Thursday, September 29, 2011 11:57:48 AM

http://youranonnews.tumblr.com/post/10805917470/map-of-places-that-are-holdingor-will-hold

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Vlad T globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com [GlobalRevolutionMedia] NYC OCCUPYWALLST MEDIA MEETING TODAY AT NOON IN LIBERTY PARK Friday, September 30, 2011 7:26:18 AM

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of nikky schiller globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com [GlobalRevolutionMedia] videos 15 oct /livestream channels Thursday, September 29, 2011 1:32:32 PM

You tube ey guys please upload to our You Tube channel the following links which are part of the campeing for the next action 15 October. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksidEWJEmbE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLIOVqAMeMo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wdLLPC6EdOs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyziG5bUuBE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UapLko3G26A i encourage to make videos to promote the Global action 15 oct. thanks Nikky

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of katiedavison@rogueproduction.com globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Youtube Channels and URLs Friday, September 30, 2011 1:19:49 AM

Hey Everyone, We are trying to compile a list of urls to video content that has been created by the collective and can be posted on the livestream site. Please respond if you have a url that we can post. Thanks. Katie
Connected by a corporate tax dodger - aka Verizon Wireless. We pay-shouldn't they?

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Alvaro Corzo global revolution [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Youtube Channels and URLs Friday, September 30, 2011 3:15:00 AM

Hey guys check out this article from Salon, is interesting to see one of the many ways we are being seen. http://www.salon.com/news/politics/war_room/2011/09/29/at_occupy_wall_street/index.html Alvaro

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of MAd Hatter september17@googlegroups.com; ows_outreach@googlegroups.com; labor-outreachcommittee@googlegroups.com Michael Levitin; Justinmolito [september17discuss] #occupiedwallstreetjournal: yr paper Friday, September 30, 2011 9:51:48 PM

The work you all did to get this done in time for tomorrow is beyond amazing! Thanks so much. We need to set up outreach teams to distribute this tomorrow. 1. 11am meet at the new outreach table and look for Jillian. Join a team and attend slutwalk and nuke rallies, and distribute. At least 6 people at each event. We will have eventbdetails at 11am 2. At 2pm we need volunteers to gather to be around the 3pm march to hand out the paper. About 12-15 people for this would be great . 3. Sunday teams and turf should be handed out at some point Saturday as well. Please make an effort to "sign out" bulk papers so we can see what we are covering. On Monday we will have a couple organizing meetings where we will distribute bulk papers to go out to schools, cafes, streets, workplaces, etc.

On Friday, September 30, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: > Okay, we will be picking up the paper tomorrow, we are getting 50-70K issues > > This is a pilot project and the property of the General Assembly. This > is a movement newspaper, it is funded through Kickstarter. We don't > own this, just because the team that put it together took initiative, > we are not the owners of this project at all. It is yours. There is > plenty of $$ that has been raised by people from all over the world > wanting to support the NYGA and the occupywallstreet community. > > 100% of the proceeds from the kickstarter campaign are to be used for > printed materials for outreach. We need mechanisms of accountability > to be set up to make sure that the $$ is used towards these means. > This means that you can get stickers, posters, flyers, or more papers > with the money that has been raised. > http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-street-media > > We are now looking for people to help us both pick up and distribute > the papers between now and October 5th throughout the city. It would > be great if someone could round up a distribution team to hit critical > points for outreach in NYC. >
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> > > > > > > > > > > > > > >

We recommend that a print production working group should be formed with people who have experience or strong interest in working in printed media and outreach. Michael Levitin will be communicating this at the GA meeting tonight on behalf of the #occupywallstreet team, the rest of the team would like to come to the GA meeting on this but we have not slept in two days, we will see you at the march tomorrow as we help distribute the paper. Thanks again for your trust in us, we hope that you will be pleased with the results! Cheers-grim

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Mellow Yellow brooklynmass@lists.mutualaid.org; september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] #OccupyWallStreet Solidarity Rides! Thursday, September 29, 2011 3:18:06 PM

My Peeps in da streets! I'll be brief: 9/29 (And likely many future days) 10pm-ish - Broadway @ Cedar Cyclists join Time's Up! Sound system on a night tour-de-wall-street followed by a mellow dance party within walking distance of Liberty Square. 9/30 3pm Protest NYPD and all police brutality Press conference at City Hall followed by march/rally at 1 Police Plaza at 5pm. Even if you don't agree with me that "no criminality" for killer, reckless motorists is a form of NYPD brutality, perhaps you agree that unarmed, contained peaceful protestors need not be pepper-sprayed. Or maybe you just agree that we want our 1st amendment back. Or you would prefer an non-racist/sexist justice system. Whatever! Come join us. THEN... 7pm Union Square North or Broadway @ Cedar CRITICAL MASS! Its the last Friday of the month! All over the country, all over the world cyclists will gather in love of our community and our freedom to ride! It is the original #OccupyTogether, just with more fun and even less organization. If you have been scared and intimidated by police violence and bullshit tickets from participating in NYC...well, it is time to get over it. Stop living in fear! I suspect as we ride in solidarity with #occupyWallStreet, NYPD will be on better behavior, cause THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING. Bring lights, bells, your knowledge of laws and rights. And of course your cameras! IF ARRESTED CALL 212-679-6018 10/1 All sorts of stuff going down. I don't have time to describe it all, but I would personally recommend joining SlutWalk NYC at Union Square at noon, then head down to Liberty Square at 3pm for another MASSIVE Saturday of #OccupyWallStreet. IF ARRESTED CALL 212-679-6018 10/7 First Friday Critical Mass - Union Square North 7pm Staten Island Critical Mass - SI Boro Hall 7pm 10/14 Brooklyn Critical Mass - Williamsburg Bridge. Or Grand Army Plaza if you trust cops in cars with your bike safety. 7pm 10/21 Liberty Square Critical Mass 7pm - Just a suggestion for the third Friday of October. Don't hold me accountable if it results in massive fun, community or social revolution. Blame yourself if it doesn't! 10/28 HALLOWEEN CRITICAL MASS 7pm Union Square - Come flout NYC mask, assembly,
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and traffic laws! Time's Up! will have a kick ass after party. As always, the best way to keep track of the action is to follow me on twitter @critmasspanic, or let me know you want text message updates! More importantly visit Liberty Square soon and often as we revise the future through our peaceful community and discussion. Think globally, act locally (and collectively!). You can probably find details for above events online and on Facebook if you try. If you want to help co-ordinate #bikebloc support efforts for #occupywallstreet send me an email. Please forward and spread the word. We can bring back the 4K+ NYC Critical Mass. Just stop being afraid or lazy! At the very least keep being beautiful! Occupy All Streets! Mellow the Yellow

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Drew september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] @acampadasol wants to set up a Sunday 1pm Thursday, September 29, 2011 6:26:58 PM

@occupywallst @occupywallstnyc @nycsep17 @nyc_ga The @acampadasol assembly wants to set up a 2-way conversation Sunday around 1pm NY time @occupywallst @occupywallstnyc @nycsep17 @nyc_ga Would you please contact @takethesquare about setting that up? Thank you from @superbranch I can't manage this right now. Please someone set this up! -Drew

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Alexandre Machado De Sant"Anna Carvalho september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] A Call for Emancipation from the "One Line Demand" Meme - OccupyEverywhere Thursday, September 29, 2011 3:24:55 AM

People of the Movement: As someone who is deeply involved in this movement, who was arrested two times because of it, slept on the park repeatedly, and gave all hours of every single day to this grand effort, as well as witnessed many fellow brothers and sisters being harrassed, falling sick, pepper sprayed, and other abuses, i can't be silent anymore regarding the discussion of a "One Line Demand". I deeply respect Adbusters for sparking this with a great idea to occupy wall street. Nonetheless, i believe no one is the proprietor of this movement and in absolute should speak as the spokesperson for the masses. The recent publication at occupywallst.org of a list of demands, even though a plurality of demands, was a violation of solidarity. Simply because it was done for the people instead of with the people. I know that the intention wasn't to speak on behalf of all, but the newspapers quickly grasped it as the voice of the movement, which pardon my insistence, it is NOT. Myself and many others who are living it on the ground and across the virtual sphere feel that a "One Line Demand" is jeopardizing the amazing work we have done so far and is stopping us from imagining better alternatives - or rather, this one line plague is blinding people to the possibility of a better world that is happening right before their eyes at Liberty Square. Let me explain. A social movement is different than a protest, in the same way that a demand is different than a purpose. A demand/protest is by its very nature willing to work within the framework of the given, while a social movement is more: it is an agitation, a flux forward in response to dire oppression whose roots in society run much deeper. Protests are tangible and specific, usually built around a specific legislation on the table; when the vote is cast, for better or worse it dissipates in thin air, with business as usual returning. This is a reformist approach. The question that must be asked is if the crisis of our times will ever be solved with a specific and tangible "one line demand". Even if the one line "demand" is as bold as "Overthrow Capitalism" or "End Corporate Personhood". Not only that, demands pressupose that someone else has power and you have none, which is not the case in Liberty Square. And yes, the wording matters here, because we seem to be in pursuit of a language of rupture and not of conformism. A movement is characterized by stubborn people that won't stop until society transforms. Usually it rallies around principles of solidarity and people embody their vision of a better society. Movements keep pressure over time, and in order to be successful at recycling the dominant pathological memes and changing social practices, they must grow and have a broad base of support. Liberty Square is slowly reaching that beautiful moment, with labor unions finally joining in and demonstrating solidarity; we are doing the same supporting their struggles. At this moment, insisting on a misguided "one line demand" discussion is dangerous: every successful movement must have a broad base of support, not a narrow one, and one line demands or even a short list of demands is narrowing. It is close-ended instead of open-ended. It restricts instead of liberating. At liberty Square, we have queer groups, labor unions, environmentalists, human
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rights activists, artists, homeless people, animals (yes, we love them), undocumented immigrants, foodies, mentally ill patients, and a bunch of other groups that are lending their voice and support to our common struggle, which is a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Somehow, through the participatory democratic process that is being exercised at the General Assembly, these voices feel that they can be heard and their strength thus amplified, and that is why they are showing up. By all means, not because of a list of demands or worse, a "one line demand". I invite people to experience the thrill of the square and see it for themselves. A movement requires patience and diligence, not the absurdity of rushing demands just to please the anxiety of mainstream media. Because we have their pathological attention span for now are we settling for this? Please don't trust that thought. Let's aim for something better for ourselves. I guarantee that they will come back to cover our work as we continue to grow stronger. If not, well, then i invite people to remember the poet's words: "the revolution will not be televised" (Thanks Gil ScottHeron). Let's listen to the poet. Speaking of revolution, these happen when a movement breaks off the cozy order of the status quo due to strength of numbers. A revolution, such as the first American revolution, was the realization that true emancipation can never happen through the present dominant institutions, because they are the very ones that generate or replicate the hierarchies of injustice. Same applies for us: in the end, if we really want to change the world for our grandchildren, revolution is what we have to push for, not reformist games. Specially in days where capital flows beyond borders... OccupyEverywhere. The General Assemblies that are popping up all over America and the world are a clear sign of a beautiful new possibility: local participatory democracy that can self-legislate and operate; cooperate; and ultimately thrive. When and if coordinated, we can push for the stars. At Liberty Square, we already won. We liberated a space, a territoriality, and are building alternatives together. All of this done without fancy documents or tailored "one line demands". Our actions speak louder than our words, and the whole world is watching precisely because it feels that what we are doing is different than politics or business as usual. The general assembly is channeling a plurality of voices and uniting struggles in solidarity. We need much more a set of values and principles of solidarity (which we already have a draft of this living document at nycga.net) where these oppressed voices can rally around in the audacious task of dreaming a better society. And as they join us and we join them, we fight together for the goals that appear on the square and reivent political agency as a way of life. The General Assemblies are the convergence channel of anti-oppression voices, can't we realize that? Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity.

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Alexandre M.S. Carvalho, M.D., MPH 2009 Reynolds Fellow mobile +1 914 563 4209 home +1 914 633 0415 www.nyu.edu/reynolds

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Nathan Schneider september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] a FAQ in The Nation for ya Thursday, September 29, 2011 9:31:00 PM

Y'all don't need the basics of OWS, but maybe if someone you know does, this might help: http://www.thenation.com/article/163719/occupy-wall-street-faq Nathan Nathan Schneider Editor, Waging Nonviolence http://wagingnonviolence.org

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of grimwomyn september17 [september17discuss] Adopting occupychicago and occupyatlanta Friday, September 30, 2011 6:50:33 AM

I would like to suggest that a group from nyc reach out to the organizers in these two cities to offer ideas for actions, help, and support. They will also need promotion as well..... I would eat this one presently but dawn is breaking and I need some sleep.... Congrats everyone the achievements have been astonishing but until things begin to change for real... we cannot slack off..... Luv-grim

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17 [september17discuss] An apology + a praise Thursday, September 29, 2011 5:51:12 PM

Hi everyone, I want to apology for being so curt, frank or put-offish with many of you in the past few days. I've realized that I've taken on too many roles and am trying to balance them all at the expense of doing any of them particularly well. I've also transferred some of that stress onto y'all, which isn't fair. I'm going to try to focus my efforts on two things: co-chairing the Community Relations Committee and co-tweeting on the @OccupyWallStNYC feed. I'll also be training new folks to assist in those roles and other roles I've taken on by accident shout out to Kira, especially, for being so amazingly helpful to me for no logical reason. I love you all and am committed to making this beautiful project flourish. Love and peace and music, Justin

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] at least 4,000 people at liberty right now Friday, September 30, 2011 4:50:06 PM

If you're not at liberty right now, make sure you check out the live stream

On 09/28/11, Cesar<wintersiroco@gmail.com> wrote: Back to the drawing board. I think we should try to focus in format (bulleted points, one sentence, vision statement...?) and process (subgroups, online,paper boards...) inorder to keep moving slowly but steadily forward. The content discussion should continue in parallel. I do not see any shorcut, but to decide each step of the process at the GA. We may end up with a system that will allow the elaboration of complex pronouncements by a process of collective thought. Let's brainstorm that. Cesar Sent from phone

On Sep 28, 2011, at 12:53 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: What causes unify us? What are actual things we all can agree are important? Things that we can do now. These demands will be our first steps. Does the sentiment (NOT THE WORDING) of these things cause problems for anyone? What else can we agree on that are like these? FIRST STEPS: Get the influence of money out of politics End military aggression abroad Bring financial predators to justice

On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 7:36 PM, Chris _ <cunderscoreg@gmail.com> wrote: I've said this multiple times, but I think our demand should be for a True Peace Dividend. End the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and other foreign theaters. Use the money that has already been appropriated for these wars and direct it, instead, toward debt relief: mortgages, student loans, cars, etc. This is, one, a specific demand, two, theoretically do-able (if politically challenging), three, directly helps the people for whom we are fighting and, four, will probably have a great deal of popular support. On Sep 26, 6:47 pm, jemcgl...@verizon.net wrote: > +1 > > >

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> > > > > On 09/26/11,Amin Husain<amin.husain@gmail.com>wrote:All, > > I am sure I know many of you (e.g. Cesar, Isham, etc.) from Liberty Square. I am on the facilitation working group and others. I agree with all of you on the urgency of demands and/or vision/goals. I think that process can run parallel with Principles of Solidarity. I also think the Communique statement looks great as it has been revised (reserving judgment on the specific items mentioned, for the moment). I note that there is a consensus that the issue of demands/vision/goals in the context (or not) of the communique is on the agenda and should be so this evening at 7pm. If so, from the email exchanges, I think that is going to be a very difficult GA because of the competing approaches and understandings. I am concerned we will not get far enough. If I may respectfully suggest, in the interest of moving the discussion and its resolution along, that those who have proposed specific formulations here or at the GA to familiarize themselves with the competing proposal and try to be ready to make friendly amendment and get on board one or the other competing proposals, and have suggestions as point of compromise. This may help a great deal. Recognize that the GA, from experience, gets paralyzed if there are competing proposals to the body. We are likely to end up going in circles, and that may cause great damage to the cause, because people that are sitting in new on the GA will not like what they see. This is just a suggestion. We are doing great, and we can figure this out. I will say this. Let us not panic or get frustrated about not having demands; let's work hard on formulating them as soon as possible. > > > > Amin

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Lisa Fithian "Living River"; september17@googlegroups.com; "ufpj-activist" [september17discuss] Bank actions grow Saturday, October 01, 2011 12:52:25 PM

Hey folks, In addition to the growing occupy movement, a bunch of community based organizations, unions and allies are taking actions, shutting down banks, streets and re-occupying homes and linking up with the occupy movement. For upcoming actions http://www.newbottomline.com/upcomingevents LA kicks off on Monday..
Check out the attached clip. Its a totally sympathetic story on a mainstream station in LA which ends by sending people our website www.makebankspaycalifornia.org Heres the link to another kind of occupation to save a home http://www.ktla.com/videobeta/bfc9a7f3-012c-403f-bb6f-ebe2f090514c/News/KTLA-Family-Preparesfor-Foreclosure-Showdown-in-La-Puente-Elizabeth-Espinosa-reports

San Francisco action thurs http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2252581068864.2124812.1078404473 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/30/occupy-wall-street-sanfrancisco_n_988180.html#s381111 http://seiu1021.org/album/make-banks-pay-oakland-cleanup

Boston action yesturday http://thephoenix.com/Boston/news/127535-bostons-housing-crisis-spawns-a-grassroots-revolu/ hope you can make your local OCCUPATION check out http://www.occupytogether.org/ peace, Lisa FROM Bay Area

Friends, We wanted to extend our deepest thanks to all the individuals, organizations, unions and members of the faith community who made the Bay Areas Week of Actions a powerful beginning to what will hopefully be a fruitful movement to finally go on the offense and Re-Fund California!

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Just yesterday close to 1,000 people took to the streets of San Franciscos Financial District to have their voices heard. Our action ended at JP Morgan Chases branch on 2nd and Market where six community members and workers from ACCE and SEIU 1021 were arrested. The group was led by Chase borrower Brenda Reed who helped stage a move in equipped with sleeping bags and refused to leave until the Bank addressed the upcoming sale on her Oakland home. Please check out some footage here: http://www.kron.com/Article.aspx?ArticleID=2052 Yesterdays showing in the streets of SF in addition to the actions happening in Boston over the next two days, Los Angeles next week and NYC the week after that, is a clear sign that we are moving forward with our efforts to hold Banks accountable and finally make them pay! Bay Area next steps: We would like to remind everyone that this past week was just a launch. The Re-Fund California Campaign will be holding another series of action on November 8-9th led by the UC unions and student organizations. ACCE and many others will also continue to build on the momentum created this past week to continue pressuring Banks to keep families in their homes by reducing principal, pay their fair share, clean up and pay for their vacant properties and get those properties into the hands of working people! Please keep checking our Facebook page, listed below for updates!
Facebook's page on Make Wall Street Banks Pay California: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Make-Wall-Street-Banks-Pay-in-California/176185299124772

And last, but not least a Big thank you to: ACCE, SEIU 1021 members and retirees, OEA, UPTE, UAW 2865, PFT 1603, OCO, Supervisor John Avalos, SF Uncut, Rainforest Action Network, EBHO, Causa Justa::Just Cause, CNA, EBASE, UFCW Local 5, Unite-HERE 2850, IPFTE Local 21, Parent Voices, the California Partnership, TURN, Wellstone Democratic Club, Voluntarios de la comunidad, the San Francisco Labor Council, Brass Liberation Orchestra, Bitter Economy Choir, Fresh Juice collective and all of the individuals who participated this past week!!!!

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Jackie DiSalvo september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Brooklyn Program on OWS- Union for Radical Political Economics - URPE Thursday, September 29, 2011 10:55:58 AM

Brooklyn Program - Union for Radical Political Economics URPE

Conference: The War on the Working Class: Saturday, October 1; Sunday, October 2 St. Francis College Brooklyn 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn http://www.urpe.org/conf/brooklyn/brookprog.html Panel about Occupy Wall Street on Sunday 3:10-4:30. ,___

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Babak K september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Can someone from Labor Committee Please attend this Transport Workers Union meeting Friday?? They really want to support our effort! Thursday, September 29, 2011 10:38:50 AM

Hello: I would like to invite you to a community/labor support group for #occupywallstreet meeting to be held tomorrow september 30th at 11:30 place: TWU local 100 union office 1700 Broadway in manhattan NY ( across from the David letterman studio). Please RSVP by sending a reply to this email with your full name and contact info. Thank You, Christine Williams TWU local 100 718 781 3744 On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 9:59 PM, Luis Moreno-Caballud <morenocaballud@yahoo.es> wrote:

Terrific news!! Now, I think, we all have to work so that everyone perceives this as their movement. This march shouldn't be "a visit" to the "activists" at Liberty Park, but a way for more people join the movement. No one "owns" the movement, the movement is not the same as the space at Liberty Park, the movement can be everywhere. The movement is like a bonfire of empowerment and solidarity. People and groups approach the collective bonfire that everyone keeps alive at Liberty Park and they light their torches to take them with them... Let's make everyone feel at home! :)
On Sep 28, 2011, at 8:00 PM, Doug Singsen wrote: The Beyond May 12th Coalition of nonprofits and unions, which organized the massive march of 20,000 people on Wall St on May 12, has called a march from City Hall to Zucotti Park for Wed, Oct 5. While this won't be as big as May 12, which took months of preparation, it will be a significant show of support. Sent from my phone ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: "May Actions" <may12actions@gmail.com> Date: Sep 28, 2011 6:24 PM Subject: [May12-CC] Community-Labor March to Wall St./Zuccotti Park + Beyond May 12th Coalition meeting to plan for week of actions

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To: <may12-cc@googlegroups.com> COME JOIN BEYOND MAY 12TH FOR: Community Labor March to Wall St./Zuccotti Park - Let's march down to Wall Street to welcome the protesters and show the face of New Yorkers hardest hit by corporate greed. WHEN: October 5th at 4:30 pm WHERE: City Hall (250 Broadway) See attached flyer. Planning Meeting - Join labor unions, community organizations and activists as we lay out final plans for a Week of Actions Oct. 11-14 to tell politicians, millionaires, and bankers that the wealthy should pay their fair share. WHEN: Oct. 6 at 5:00 pm (not Oct. 4 as previously stated) WHERE: SEIU 32BJ, 101 Avenue of the Americas Please forward this email! For more info Contact: hannah.caruso@strongforall.org
**As a reminder we will have a direct action training September 29th from 7-9 pm at the Sixth Street Community Center (638 East Sixth Street).**

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson labor-outreach-committee@googlegroups.com; september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Friday, September 30, 2011 10:02:08 PM

Hi, all. If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL until tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media roll-out and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris Hayes on MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then let's play this up big. Here's their statement.
On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that corporate America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes they owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to work. We need jobs, not cuts. 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. and FL.

This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to train our medical team, the formulation and development of a committee to liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, mobilization on actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other labor support -- the works! We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was Dr. King's favorite union, while he lived). In solidarity! JAM -J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Drew september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Declaration of the Occupation of New York City [official] Friday, September 30, 2011 5:30:49 AM

http://nycga.cc/2011/09/30/declaration-of-the-occupation-of-new-york-city/ spread this far and wide! Short code: http://nycga.cc/?p=780 print for saturday

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of MAd Hatter september17 [september17discuss] Direct Action Training Tonight! Thursday, September 29, 2011 4:57:36 PM

a message from Rob from @Professional Staff Congress..... The may 12 coalition is marching with us wednesday.... free training. I am meeting people under the orange stucture by the park at 6:15pm to go to the May 12 direct action training. If anyone would like like to go with me, meet me there at 6:15pm tonight. If you would like to go on your own, here is the info: Beyond May 12th will be holding a DIRECT ACTION training on September 29th from 7-9pm at the Sixth Street Community Center (638 East 6th Street between Avenues B and C). It is accessible from the 2nd Avenue stop on the F train, the Astor Place stop on the 6 train, or the 1st Avenue stop on the L train. See you soon, Rob

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Lisa Fithian september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] FW: PHOTOS: Boston Art Attack Converts Bus Shelters to Bank of America Foreclosures Thursday, September 29, 2011 3:57:50 PM

FYI

PHOTOS: Boston Art Attack Converts Bus Shelters to Bank of America Foreclosures
Concerned citizens launched a city-wide art attack in Boston today, converting a host of bus shelters into Bank of America foreclosures to showcase the devastating results of the financial giants predatory practices. Life-size images of boarded houses, squatter occupied bedrooms and empty nurseries now dot high-traffic areas from Hyde Park to Revere including many of the communities hardest hit by foreclosure and eviction. Each installation includes a large realty sign reading This foreclosure brought to you by Bank of America. PHOTOS OF SEVERAL BofA FORECLOSURES/SHELTERS ARE ATTACHED, WITH A LIST OF CORRESPONDING LOCATIONS BELOW. The art attack follows weeks of eviction blockades, protests and other demonstrations at the homes of Bank of America executives and local bank branches across the commonwealth. The effort is set to swell Friday with a massive march on Bank of Americas Massachusetts headquarters. High-resolution stills are available. Call (617) 286-4430 or email Jason@massuniting.org for additional information. COMMUNITY/AREA Brookline Cambridge Chelsea Dorchester Financial District Franklin Park Zoo Hyde Park Revere Medford Mission Hill Roxbury South Boston Waterfront/South Boston LOCATION Intersection of Brookline and Longwood Massachusetts Ave at Dawes Island Chelsea City Hall Outside of JFK/UMASS T Station Intersection of Court, State and Washington (near Citizens Bank) Intersection of Columbia and Blue Hill Cleary Square (Opposite police station) Revere City Hall Medford Senior Center Huntington Ave & Parker Hill Intersection of Tremont, Malcolm X and Columbus Intersection of E. Concord and Albany Outside of South Station - ### -

MASSUNITING is a coalition of neighbors, community groups, faith organizations and labor united in the fight for good jobs, corporate accountability and stronger communities. For more information visit www.massuniting.org.

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Jason A Stephany Communications Director MASSUNITING 617.286.4430 office 608.444.0060 cell www.MassUniting.org

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17 monicalopezcastilla [september17discuss] Fwd: #OccupyWallStreet Saturday, October 01, 2011 8:45:23 PM

also, can an admin get monica from media team on this list. ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Jon Kest, NYCC <jkest@nycommunties.org> Date: Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 12:30 PM Subject: #OccupyWallStreet To: jwedes@gmail.com

Join us on Wednesday 10/5 in Solidarity with #OccupyWallStreet! Click here to RSVP. Dear Justin, It has been amazing watching #OccupyWallStreet grow over the past two weeks. As someone who has been involved in the social justice movement in New York for more than 30 years, it's a rare occasion that I get to watch a movement like this develop from the outside. Over the past several years, while the big banks have destroyed our economy and working people have fought to make do with less and less, the richest one percent of Americans continue to take of more of the pie. That's why I'm excited to announce that New York Communities for Change and many of our allies in community organizing and labor will be showing our support for #OccupyWallStreet next week. Click here to RSVP for the Solidarity March on Wednesday 10/5 at 4:30 PM. No place is more symbolic of that gross inequity than Wall Street and there is no better symbol for what all of us are working to achieve than seeing Zuccotti Park full of people who are ready to say that the American people are not going to take it anymore. The levels of inequity in this county, and in New York especially are out of hand-- and no one knows that more than we do. We've seen our Mayor and our Governor slash our social safety net in the name of austerity while turning their noses up at new sources of revenue such as renewing the Millionaire's Tax and seeking claw backs for improperly used public subsidies. Even when elected officials like New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman take a stand against the big banks, corporations and the politicians in their pockets do everything they can do derail his efforts. That's why we're joined thousands of New Yorkers on May 12 to demand that Wall Street banks pay their fair share and it's why we'll be back on Wednesday October 5th to continue our
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On May 12, almost 20,000 New Yorkers flooded Wall Street to protest Bloomberg's Budget and Stand Up to the Big Banks. Next week we return to support the #OccupyWallStreet protesters.

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stand against the big banks and show our support to the protesters who have been on Wall Street for days. Click here to RSVP. Wednesday's solidarity march will be a precursor to a week of actions planned by many of the groups that participated in the May 12 Coalition. The action will draw attention to the levels of inequity that exist in New York and demand that the wealthiest New Yorkers don't receive a tax break when the Millionaire's Tax expires at the end of this year. We hope that energy, spirit, voices that are present in Liberty Plaza will be with us as we demand the Governor renews the Millionaire's tax. Click here to RSVP. When the big banks tanked our economy they took away millions of people's shot at achieving the American Dream. It's about time all these people come together and hold Wall Street accountable for what they've done to our futures and the future of this country. Whether you're a union worker whose rights have been under attack, or a parent whose watched the funding for your child's school go into the pocket of a Wall Street CEO, or one of the millions of people, young and old, who are looking for work with no avail, on Wednesday we will stand together to demand justice. And hopefully it will be the first day of many. In Solidarity, Jon Kest Executive Director New York Communities for Change P.S. Even if you can't make it to the march in person on Friday, head over to the RSVP page and sign up to participate in our virtual rally.

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Doug Singsen september17 [september17discuss] Fwd: (nyciso) Penny Lewis"s article in Labor Notes, re Union rallying to OWS Friday, September 30, 2011 2:51:08 PM

---------- Forwarded message ---------From: "Lucy H" <lucyh1234@gmail.com> Date: Sep 30, 2011 2:29 PM Subject: (nyciso) Penny Lewis&apos;s article in Labor Notes, re Union rallying to OWS To: "Nyciso@googlegroups.com" <nyciso@googlegroups.com>
http://labornotes.org/2011/09/unions-rally-wall-street-occupation

Unions Rally to Wall Street Occupation


Penny Lewis | September 30, 2011 Wall Street occupiers have been sitting in for two weeks. Several unions will rally in support today, and plan to march October 5 starting at New York's City Hall. Photo: David Shankbone Login or register to post comments Print this Send to friend Share this story RSS Make text larger or smaller Since September 17 protesters united under the banner of "We are the 99%" have occupied Wall Streetor at least a park a few blocks north. This loose and varied encampment of several hundred mostly young people has been taking a stand against runaway corporate power in the United States and the incredible inequality that exists today. To this end, they have been practicing nonviolent direct action: leading small and larger marches around the Wall Street area, protesting Georgias execution of Troy Davis, picketing at Verizon headquarters with Communications Workers fighting for good contracts, and disrupting auctions at Sothebyswhich has locked out its unionized workers. (For a good story on the Occupy Wall Street phenomenon, check out Liza Featherstone's coverage in Newsday). Readers might not have heard about Occupy Wall Street had it not been for what happened last Saturday, when OWS marched to Union Square. As videos show, protesters were met with police attacks, including violent arrests and the pepperspraying of people in custody.

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A few professors at the City University of New York, some of us officers of our union, the Professional Staff Congress, began to plan a solidarity demonstration against these repressive police tactics. We put out a call which was quickly signed by many others: individuals and leaders from the PSC and the UAW; longtime activists and new organizers; journalists and other writers; students and more. This demo is today, at One Police Plaza in Manhattan at 5:30 p.m. The OWS protesters have voted to join us, and many other groups have now put out a call to come. But ours is now one of many solidarity efforts being launched. According to reports, Transport Workers Union Local 100 has endorsed OWS, and a big contingent from SEIU 32BJ, the big janitors local, arrived Thursday, with banners and signs. Perhaps most important, a coalition including A Strong Economy for All, which includes many of New York's largest unions, along with Communities for Change, the Working Families Party, and others, have called for a solidarity demonstration on October 5 at 4:30 p.m., starting at City Hall and marching to Zuccotti Park. These organizations mounted the May 12 action that brought more than 10,000 people to Wall Street.

Union Solidarity Two Ways


From where I sit, these are amazing developments. Union solidarity is expressing itself at two levels, both of which are key to the New York City labor movement but have national implications as well. Todays rally is protesting police tactics, which have crushed everyones capacity to demonstrate in New York since the Giuliani era in the 1990sthough it got markedly worse after 9/11/2001. Demonstrating in New York has meant, at best, being trapped inside metal pens with strict crowd control, if you're lucky enough to get a permit. Unpermitted marches have been met with violence, massing of officers, and other dangerous and intimidating tactics. Unions should be out in front challenging these restrictions on the right to peaceful assemblyand today will be a step in that direction. But more, these unions are now coming out as part of the "99 percent." As in Seattle in 1999, when anarchists and young protesters committed to direct democracy were joined by their brothers and sisters in the unions, OWS has now opened up a space where protesters and union membersusually coming from different cultures and backgroundsare finding common ground. Theyre saying the 99 percent cant afford not to unite. I mean, this is a city where its richest citizen is also its mayorand some unions have spent a lot of time being very cozy with that poster child of the 1 percent. The unions stand against the 1 percent comes just after the membership of New York state's Public Employees Federation rejected an austerity contract this week. PEF President Ken Brynien said his rank-and-file members clearly feel they are being asked to sacrifice more than others, particularly in light of the pending expiration of the state's millionaire's tax."

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It's unclear where this will all lead. But it's good to see some action.

Penny Lewis teaches at the Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies at the City University of New York and is on the executive council of PSCCUNY, AFT Local 2334.
-WWW.NYCSOCIALIST.ORG

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Matthew Presto september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Fwd: [nyc@] J.P. Morgan gives NYPD $4.6 million Saturday, October 01, 2011 10:08:21 PM

---------- Forwarded message ---------From: andy podell <andy.podell@gmail.com> Date: Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 6:18 PM Subject: [nyc@] J.P. Morgan gives NYPD $4.6 million To: NEW YORK CITY POLICE FOUNDATION NEW YORK JPMorgan Chase recently donated an unprecedented $4.6 million to the New York City Police Foundation. The gift was the largest in the history of the foundation and will enable the New York City Police Department to strengthen security in the Big Apple. The money will pay for 1,000 new patrol car laptops, as well as security monitoring software in the NYPD's main data center. New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly sent CEO and Chairman Jamie Dimon a note expressing "profound gratitude" for the company's donation. "These officers put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe," Dimon said. "We're incredibly proud to help them build this program and let them know how much we value their hard work." http://www.jpmorganchase.com/corporate/Home/article/ny-13.htm

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17 jezbold@gmail.com [september17discuss] Fwd: Art Truck + Occupy Wall Street Thursday, September 29, 2011 5:49:03 PM

What do y'all think? Can someone take this on? Love, justin ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Marlene Frontera <mfronter@g.risd.edu> Date: Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 3:09 PM Subject: Art Truck + Occupy Wall Street To: marisaholmes@gmail.com, jwedes@gmail.com Cc: Throat Fun Razor <throat.razor@gmail.com> Dear Marisa and Justin, My name is Marlene Frontera and I am writing you on behalf of THROAT, a nonprofit art organization based in Brooklyn made up of recently graduated students from Rhode Island School of Design. I was given your contacts by Adbuster's Nicole whom I had contacted because the THROAT Team would love the opportunity to collaborate with Occupy Wall Street during its upcoming Art Truck event. This moving art exhibition - which will be located in the back of a truck - will take place this first weekend of October. Artists have submitted from Spain, Canada, South Korea and all over USA. The truck will drive through and make stops in Brooklyn, Chelsea, LES, and Long Island City. We aim to show and promote new work by artists to unexpected audiences, providing anyone and everyone the opportunity to have their work seen. No one's work was turned down based on aesthetic biases. The truck is being provided by artist-run moving company Rabbit Movers. THROAT was hoping to make Wall Street one of its stops this weekend. I just moved from Barcelona where I witnessed and joined the indignant crowds that occupied Plaa Catalunya. The similar current phenomenon that is Occupy Wall Street makes it an appropriate and exciting site for this inclusive truck to stop at. So far we are making stops at PS1, Washington Square Park, Chelsea, Dumbo and McCarren Park during the course of Saturday and Sunday. We would appreciate if you could let us know if this is of interest to you and where would be most recommendable to park so that we can plan a time and day to stop. Thank you in advance and we look forward to hearing back from you soon,
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Marlene Frontera + THROAT Team -Marlene Frontera USA: 00 1 787 365 9234 BCN: +34 652 23 27 91 Skype: marfrontera

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Sahar Vahidi september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Fwd: Wow -- he maced them again Friday, September 30, 2011 12:55:39 PM

The Demand Progress team standing up for protestors' rights. ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Wade Mollison <info@demandprogress.org> Date: Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:53 PM Subject: Wow -- he maced them again To: Sahar Vahidi <saharvahidi@gmail.com>

Sahar, He did it again. Footage has emerged of a second macing of nonviolent protesters by NYPD officer Anthony Bologna (below). The NYPD is claiming it's going to investigate, but Commissioner Raymond Kelly is skeptical that Bologna did anything wrong! He said of the footage of the incident: "In my experience, proponents of a certain position would show you just what they want to show you."

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17 [september17discuss] Good article re community board Thursday, September 29, 2011 5:37:49 PM

Only thing wrong is title! http://www.observer.com/2011/09/wall-street-protesters-preoccupy-communityboard/ Haven't heard back from cb1 yet re meeting. Will keep y'all posted

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17 [september17discuss] Governor Paterson visit soon Thursday, September 29, 2011 1:30:42 PM

Hi all, After being on former govs radio show yesterday, he wants to come by this afternoon. I'm coordinating his visit to camp in about 30 mins. Is general assembly already going?

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of gabjoh2@gmail.com september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Guy with overlooking office Friday, September 30, 2011 5:12:53 PM

Call 2124168806 and ask for Jeff. Within the next hour or two. --glj Sent on the Sprint Now Network from my BlackBerry

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Conor Toms Reed september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Labor working group action dates needed Thursday, September 29, 2011 1:15:33 PM

Hey, all. I'm trying to get the dates of the labor actions that the OWS labor action group is supporting. Will someone please email me directly with the info through the end of next week? many thanks, -Conor

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of dhornbein@gmail.com september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Liberty Plaza (september17@googlegroups.com) Thursday, September 29, 2011 5:17:41 AM

I've shared Liberty Plaza


Message from dhornbein@gmail.com: Look what I made for everyone!! You guys can edit! I'll put this on the site! I'm SO SLEEPY! Click to open: Liberty Plaza Google Docs makes it easy to create, store and share online documents, spreadsheets and presentations.

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of MAd Hatter september17 [september17discuss] Meet at Big Red Thing @ 11 am Tomorrow for Labor Direct Action Thursday, September 29, 2011 3:39:55 PM

http://files.cwa-union.org/national/verizon/VZ_iphone5_app.pdf

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] My reponse to Bloomberg on OWS Friday, September 30, 2011 1:02:01 PM

http://jamyerson.com/2011/09/30/shut-up-mike/

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of rob hollander september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] National radio support for Occupy Wall Street and its open demand process! Saturday, October 01, 2011 7:29:32 AM

Public Radio International and WKCRW in Santa Monica broadcast on WNYC AM radio (National Public Radio in New York City) devoted a lengthy segment on Occupy Wall Street with Allison Kilkenny of CItizens Radio, Marvin Holland of the Transportation Workers Union, Richard Freeman of Harvard's Bureau of Economics Research, Georgetown University history professor and co-editor of Dissent Magazine Michael Kazin, and Peter Goodman, Huffington Post editor giving a brilliant analysis of Occupy Wall Street, including the significance of the open process and open demands -- in fact, praise for the open demands process! Thier take might not represent the loftiest ideals of Occupy Wall Street -- they are mostly focused on the economy, rather than on politics -- but they all think you guys rock! And for once, no criticism of the lack of demands and lack of leadership, especially at 32 minutes: Peter Goodman, business editor of the Huffington Post, pinpoints one of the crucial virtues of not having doctrinaire demands. These analysts admire you, admire what you are accomplishing and admire your novel, principled methods. http://www.wnyc.org/shows/point/about/ It's the first segment -- you have to download it to listen. (Notice that the segment is coupled with a report on debit card fees. Clearly the programer wants the listener to get the message: the ordinary citizen is getting screwed coming and going by corporate finance.) Keep doing what you're doing -- people are listening. Your open process is paying off. You guys are the greatest! -Rob Hollander Lower East Side Residents for Responsible Development http://savethelowereastside.blogspot.com/ 622 E 11, #10 NYC, 10009 212-228-6152

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Antonio Serna september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] NY1 Caller shouts-out to OWS Thursday, September 29, 2011 9:22:03 PM

Watching NY1 Call in segment now... subject of call in: Bank of America adding $5 month fee on debit card use. caller said something about being tired of banks, and mentioning that the people occupying wall street right now are there for you, and that it is growing with the teachers union joining... a positive shout-out for OWS! -A

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17 [september17discuss] NYPD tells daily news they can"t kick us out Thursday, September 29, 2011 1:59:06 PM

NYPD officials say they can't break up the sit-in because the plaza is private land open to the public around the clock.

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Gary Roland september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] OCCUPY PITTSBURGH FACILITATOR TRAINING BEING SCHEDULED FOR THIS EVENING Thursday, September 29, 2011 12:24:28 PM

Just wanted to let you know that Ash and I will be conducting a Facilitator training in Pittsburgh this evening. It looks like it will be at 8pm but we will be able to confirm at 2pm the time and location. Any help getting the word out when we set the time and place would be appreciated. ~GARY

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Ashley Anderson september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Occupy Salt Lake City FB grp 5000+ strong, planning meeting tonight. Thursday, September 29, 2011 6:58:49 PM

Just a shot in the arm from SLC.

I won't make a habit out of posting new threads like this. But I wanted you to see that if it can happen in Utah, it can happen any...everywhere. I'll be at the DC occupation soon , and I hope to see some of you there. (I was involved in that plan before I heard about the brilliant kaleidoscope that is #OWS. Which is why I am not in NYC) Y'all are damned inspirational. http://www.facebook.com/groups/269481496407269/ I'll find out what kind of support this crowd can offer.

Ashley Anderson
Director Peaceful Uprising 801-652-2971 | Tw | Fb Core Principles

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Conor Toms Reed september17@googlegroups.com; justine@occupywallst.org [september17discuss] Occupy Wall Street Labor Action Group publicity blast: Thursday, September 29, 2011 2:49:18 PM Step 1.doc nystudentsrising.doc

Hey, lovelies. I just whipped this info up into a quick'n'dirty flyer for labor outreach throughout next week. I'm still waiting for the OWS labor group's email contact info to put on the flyer before I print copies, which I'll then bring down to Liberty Plaza. Also attached is info for the Oct 5 student walkout and Oct 7 CUNY Conference on Defending Public Higher Education Please feel free to blast this info on OWS's site, NYCGA's site, etc., etc. on behalf of the Labor Action Group of Occupy Wall Street, -Conor Adjunct Project

flyer text (no weblinks, sorry):


Step 1: Step 2:

#OccupyWallStreet #OccupyWorkPlaces

Contact _(I need this email address!)_ to join/contribute to Occupy Wall Streets Labor Action Group 1pm, 7pm daily General Assemblies @Liberty Plaza (corner of Liberty&Bway-A/C/4/5 to Fulton St)

Friday 9.30
11am: Flash-Mob to Support Verizon Phone Workers Meet underneath Liberty Plazas Big Red Sculpture @11am sharp for secret instructions 1PM: Protest Union-Busting at Sothebys Rally with IBT 814 union members @Sothebys HQ: 1334 York Ave. (b/t 71 & 72 st) 4PM: Mass Peoples Rally/March against NYPD Brutality (PSC-CUNY union

solidarity call)
Rally @Liberty Plaza, March to One Police Plaza for 5:30pm Demonstration

Monday 10.3
6PM: Next OWS Labor Action Group mtg @Liberty Plaza (corner of Cedar &

Trinity)

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Tuesday 10.4
4PM: NYC Says NO to Bloomberg Laying Off 700 School Workers! Rally with DC37 union @City Hall Park, wear green in support

Wednesday 10.5
12PM: Student Walk-Outs across New York State against Tuition Hikes & Budget

Cuts
4:30PM: Beyond May 12 Rally w. Students/Labor/Public @City Hall, March to

Liberty Plaza

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of guindave@aol.com september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Question for Arts and Culture Thursday, September 29, 2011 4:55:53 PM

My band is considering coming down to the squire tomorrow with Are amps and trying to borrow drums from a friend (with the knowledge these things may get confiscated) and playing at liberty park maybe just a couple songs. What do you think of this would this be a big problem for the movement because of the sound permit issue ? we could not do it if so. It also be nice to have some people to help us move our amps there. - Dave http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBxL0cxuua8 here is a video of us

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Lauren september17 [september17discuss] Re: A Call for Emancipation from the "One Line Demand" Meme - OccupyEverywhere Thursday, September 29, 2011 4:39:05 PM

I'm with Alexandre here.

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Drew september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Re: Bad news argh Thursday, September 29, 2011 2:20:00 AM

I made the mistake of taking a look at the comments...

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Lauren september17 [september17discuss] Re: can we try to come up with one demand? Thursday, September 29, 2011 7:47:31 AM

A lot of the traditional left is not taking us seriously because they expect exactly what Justine mentioned she feared. Also, regarding food, didn't we have an offer for a huge kitchen in the city? If we can get support from small farmers and support them back it would be a boon. Hell, if we could just take over and restore some abandoned building in Lower Manhattan as a home base it would be a boon (we could call it urban renewal, since it's exactly what it is and most of these abandoned buildings have been for long enough that often nobody is sure about "legal" ownership anyway). A platform based on only lofty electoral reform won't remove corporate control.

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Drew september17@googlegroups.com Amin Husain; jemcgloin@verizon.net; Will; Chris _; Cesar; Jon Good; Gabriel Johnson; Snafu [september17discuss] Re: can we try to come up with one demand? Thursday, September 29, 2011 2:25:17 AM

Lets forget about the demand and promote what this movement already is. We are building the community we WANT in this world. One that feeds, shelters (if we could...), and cares for all it's members. A community that hears every voice. Lets focus on making our community exactly what we want, sustainable, open, free, and full of love. What better demand is there than showing the world what is possible even inside the heart of darkness.

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Re: Governor Paterson visit soon Thursday, September 29, 2011 1:49:58 PM

And yes be ready w tough questions On Thursday, September 29, 2011, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: > Nope, I'll bring him thru to meet peeps and maybe talk. There may be a diversity of opinions re him > > On Thursday, September 29, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: >> Ga is going should I let them know? I'm on site >> >> On Sep 29, 2011 1:30 PM, "J Wedes" <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: >>> Hi all, >>> >>> After being on former govs radio show yesterday, he wants to come by this >>> afternoon. >>> >>> I'm coordinating his visit to camp in about 30 mins. Is general assembly >>> already going? >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Re: Governor Paterson visit soon Thursday, September 29, 2011 1:50:36 PM

Nope, I'll bring him thru to meet peeps and maybe talk. There may be a diversity of opinions re him On Thursday, September 29, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: > Ga is going should I let them know? I'm on site > > On Sep 29, 2011 1:30 PM, "J Wedes" <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: >> Hi all, >> >> After being on former govs radio show yesterday, he wants to come by this >> afternoon. >> >> I'm coordinating his visit to camp in about 30 mins. Is general assembly >> already going? >

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Gabriel Johnson september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Re: Guy with overlooking office Saturday, October 01, 2011 2:12:08 AM

Sorry about not contextualizing that; I was on my phone. To clarify; this guy came up to me on the street corner and said he had an office with a really good view of Liberty Plaza, and wanted to get a media person with a camera to take a picture. Had no hope of finding anyone in the (really awesomely big and packed!) crowd, so I sent the email hoping to reach the appropriate person. Turns out everything ended up working out; we got photos that weren't exactly what we wanted, but apparently pretty good anyway. Also, YES 1199! --glj On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 5:12 PM, <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: Call 2124168806 and ask for Jeff. Within the next hour or two. --glj Sent on the Sprint Now Network from my BlackBerry

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Drew 917-arts-and-culture@googlegroups.com september17 [september17discuss] Re: Have minutes? Want them on the web site? NOW YOU CAN! Thursday, September 29, 2011 2:37:22 AM

That e-mail address is minutes[at]nycga.net

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Conor Toms Reed september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Re: Labor working group action dates needed Thursday, September 29, 2011 1:54:24 PM

Does the labor working group have email contact info? -C 2011/9/29 Conor Toms Reed <conortomasreed@gmail.com> Hey, all. I'm trying to get the dates of the labor actions that the OWS labor action group is supporting. Will someone please email me directly with the info through the end of next week? many thanks, -Conor

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Lauren september17 [september17discuss] Re: Liberty Plaza (september17@googlegroups.com) Thursday, September 29, 2011 10:26:52 PM

It was bothersome for us not to be able to hear our speaker very well on Mondays forum because of the music. Musicians need to respect the hard work of event organizers and working groups. I am sure they will understand that sometimes they may need to stop or go somewhere else. The red thing is a strategic place for teach ins and other informative activities as it is the area of the plaza with the most transit. Lets proove that we are working to build up a true democracy and not a party. Perhaps we can encourage them to play at other times, such as after the GA. Lauren*

On Sep 29, 11:52 am, Vicente Rubio <vrubi...@gmail.com> wrote: > I agree with Justin. Besides the crucial outreach aspect, I think it's also > important that this movement shows that it is not a traditional protest, but > something else: a space for and by people, organizing and empowering > themselves, learning, sharing ideas. Yesterday evening, when I arrived to > the square, there was no drums (they were probably at the march). There was > a quiet but yet intense atmosphere there: small groups discussing on > different things, people speaking. I believe that quietness was far more > eloquent and powerful than a thousand drums. > > 2011/9/29 MAd Hatter <progressivecha...@gmail.com> > > > > > nope. Not going to give up that easy. We need to ask them to go to > > back steps for a few hours so we can grow our movement. I think if we > > do it in a respectful organized way, it is possible. > > > On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 2:35 PM, Jackie DiSalvo <jdisa...@nyc.rr.com> > > wrote: > > > Often claimed by drummers etc., who wont yield, too noisy; try back > > steps. > > > > ________________________________ > > > > From: september17@googlegroups.com [mailto:september17@googlegroups.com] > > On > > > Behalf Of Vicente Rubio > > > Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2011 2:19 PM > > > To: september17@googlegroups.com > > > Subject: Re: [september17discuss] Liberty Plaza > > > (september17@googlegroups.com) > > > > Yes! That would be great! The steps would be a great space. It would also
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> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >

> > > > >

> help to give some kind of spatial structure to the events. The other day, in > our first forum, the beginning was a bit confusing due to that (some people > didn't know if they had to sit down or not, for example).

> > 2011/9/29 MAd Hatter <progressivecha...@gmail.com> > > Drew this awesome. Are there plans to put this in some sort of > orientation > > guide? I will fwd it to folks working on the paper. > > > > > > > > > > > Some of those organizing the teach ins and open forums wonder if they can > get the steps by the Red Thing designated as a Teach-in/Open Forum area. > We have had several already, with many more planned. It is difficult for > people coming in the square for the 1st time to find the teach ins. One of > the goals of the forums is to bring in folks who have not been to the square > before, even people walking by. So having this location would be key for our > growing outreach.

> > On Thursday, September 29, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwo...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> this is awesome-- no edits from me > >> On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:13 AM, <dhornb...@gmail.com> wrote: > >>> I've shared Liberty > >>> Plaza < >https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1IogufPj9b50BU9ZiqW95b2XL8nRSVQvr0... > >>> Message from dhornb...@gmail.com: > >>> Look what I made for everyone!! You guys can edit! I'll put this on the > >>> site! I'm SO SLEEPY! > >>> Click to open: > >>> Liberty > >>> Plaza < >https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1IogufPj9b50BU9ZiqW95b2XL8nRSVQvr0... > >>> Google Docs makes it easy to create, store and share online documents, > >>> spreadsheets and presentations. > >>> <https://docs.google.com>- Hide quoted text - Show quoted text -

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Conor Conor Toms Reed september17@googlegroups.com; justine@occupywallst.org [september17discuss] Re: Occupy Wall Street Labor Action Group publicity blast: Thursday, September 29, 2011 4:05:33 PM

200 copies of the flyer are at the info table at liberty plaza. Please disseminate when the rain ceases! Internet folks, please include these dates/times on the OccupyWallSt.org and nycga.net site calendars & msg blasts. Many thanks, hearty solidarity, -Conor

On Sep 29, 2011, at 2:58 PM, Conor Toms Reed <conortomasreed@gmail.com> wrote: Seeing no info provided, I'm making the contact info sentence read: Contact general@occupywallst.org to join/contribute to Occupy Wall Streets Labor Action Group Printing copies now, see y'all soon, -Conor 2011/9/29 Conor Toms Reed <conortomasreed@gmail.com> Hey, lovelies. I just whipped this info up into a quick'n'dirty flyer for labor outreach throughout next week. I'm still waiting for the OWS labor group's email contact info to put on the flyer before I print copies, which I'll then bring down to Liberty Plaza. Also attached is info for the Oct 5 student walkout and Oct 7 CUNY Conference on Defending Public Higher Education Please feel free to blast this info on OWS's site, NYCGA's site, etc., etc. on behalf of the Labor Action Group of Occupy Wall Street, -Conor Adjunct Project

flyer text (no weblinks, sorry):


Step 1: Step 2:

#OccupyWallStreet #OccupyWorkPlaces

Contact _(I need this email address!)_ to join/contribute to Occupy Wall


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Streets Labor Action Group 1pm, 7pm daily General Assemblies @Liberty Plaza (corner of Liberty&Bway--A/C/4/5 to Fulton St)

Friday 9.30
11am: Flash-Mob to Support Verizon Phone Workers Meet underneath Liberty Plazas Big Red Sculpture @11am sharp for secret instructions 1PM: Protest Union-Busting at Sothebys Rally with IBT 814 union members @Sothebys HQ: 1334 York Ave. (b/t 71 & 72 st) 4PM: Mass Peoples Rally/March against NYPD Brutality (PSC-

CUNY union solidarity call)


Rally @Liberty Plaza, March to One Police Plaza for 5:30pm Demonstration

Monday 10.3
6PM: Next OWS Labor Action Group mtg @Liberty Plaza (corner of

Cedar & Trinity)

Tuesday 10.4
4PM: NYC Says NO to Bloomberg Laying Off 700 School Workers! Rally with DC37 union @City Hall Park, wear green in support

Wednesday 10.5
12PM: Student Walk-Outs across New York State against Tuition

Hikes & Budget Cuts 4:30PM: Beyond May 12 Rally w. Students/Labor/Public @City Hall, March to Liberty Plaza

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Conor Toms Reed september17@googlegroups.com; justine@occupywallst.org [september17discuss] Re: Occupy Wall Street Labor Action Group publicity blast: Thursday, September 29, 2011 2:58:51 PM

Seeing no info provided, I'm making the contact info sentence read: Contact general@occupywallst.org to join/contribute to Occupy Wall Streets Labor Action Group Printing copies now, see y'all soon, -Conor 2011/9/29 Conor Toms Reed <conortomasreed@gmail.com> Hey, lovelies. I just whipped this info up into a quick'n'dirty flyer for labor outreach throughout next week. I'm still waiting for the OWS labor group's email contact info to put on the flyer before I print copies, which I'll then bring down to Liberty Plaza. Also attached is info for the Oct 5 student walkout and Oct 7 CUNY Conference on Defending Public Higher Education Please feel free to blast this info on OWS's site, NYCGA's site, etc., etc. on behalf of the Labor Action Group of Occupy Wall Street, -Conor Adjunct Project

flyer text (no weblinks, sorry):


Step 1: Step 2:

#OccupyWallStreet #OccupyWorkPlaces

Contact _(I need this email address!)_ to join/contribute to Occupy Wall Streets Labor Action Group 1pm, 7pm daily General Assemblies @Liberty Plaza (corner of Liberty&Bway-A/C/4/5 to Fulton St)

Friday 9.30
11am: Flash-Mob to Support Verizon Phone Workers Meet underneath Liberty Plazas Big Red Sculpture @11am sharp for secret instructions 1PM: Protest Union-Busting at Sothebys Rally with IBT 814 union members @Sothebys HQ: 1334 York Ave. (b/t 71 & 72 st)
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4PM: Mass Peoples Rally/March against NYPD Brutality (PSC-CUNY union

solidarity call)
Rally @Liberty Plaza, March to One Police Plaza for 5:30pm Demonstration

Monday 10.3
6PM: Next OWS Labor Action Group mtg @Liberty Plaza (corner of Cedar &

Trinity)

Tuesday 10.4
4PM: NYC Says NO to Bloomberg Laying Off 700 School Workers! Rally with DC37 union @City Hall Park, wear green in support

Wednesday 10.5
12PM: Student Walk-Outs across New York State against Tuition Hikes &

Budget Cuts 4:30PM: Beyond May 12 Rally w. Students/Labor/Public @City Hall, March to Liberty Plaza

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Lauren september17 [september17discuss] Re: Sound permit Thursday, September 29, 2011 3:59:36 PM

Taping this is a great idea! We should definitely expose the video if they do not allow us. It is so ridiculous that we cannot use loudspeakers to organize our assemblies. Is the legal committee looking into this? Lauren* On Sep 27, 4:51 pm, J Wedes <jwe...@gmail.com> wrote: > Lorenzo went to do this this AM. > > He will report back soon on what happened. > > I told him to videotape as much of the process as possible and keep copies > of everything. > >j > > > > On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 4:10 PM, Lauren <laurendapfr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > I am working today. Please keep us posted with this. > > > Would allow sound permit for one day or regularly? > > > On Sep 27, 10:57 am, Justin Wedes <jwe...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > Hi all, I'm unable to go into precinct today. Can someone please take in > > the application, this is critically important, to start this process so we > > can later apply pressure > > > > Justin Wedes > > > Activist & Educator, Brooklyn > > > > Use your voice! > > > Web:www.OurSchoolsNYC.org<http://www.ourschoolsnyc.org/> > > > Twitter: NYCPubSchooler > >>>~ > > > There's something going on in the Islands... Check it out at > > USUncut.org/yeslab > > > ~- Hide quoted text > > - Show quoted text -

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of MAd Hatter september17; ows_outreach@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Re: The Occupy Wall Street Journal Thursday, September 29, 2011 12:33:17 PM

If those who tweet and post to the website can help publicize this project, it would be much appreciated. On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 12:05 PM, MAd Hatter <progressivechange@gmail.com> wrote: > Introducing... The Occupy Wall Street Journal! > In order to grow the numbers in New York, we are developing a > newspaper that explains the movement and encourages folks to join. We > simply can not allow the main stream media to define us. We are in a > very special moment now, and we plan to bring tens of thousands into > streets in the coming weeks. Please donate to this important outreach > project now so we can hand out 50,000 copies this weekend! > > http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-street-media >

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Jeremy Bold september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Submission Forms for volunteers and/or ideas Thursday, September 29, 2011 1:04:11 PM

I have helped the Arts and Culture committee create a submission form that can be embedded on their tab of the NYCGA.net site for ideas of creative Stunts to be performed on Wall Street. The link to that form is below. If any other committees want something like this to make an easy way to collect volunteers or materials for the movement, please let me know and I'll pull something together. What I need from you is an idea of what kind of information you are requesting from people and I'll also try to advise on best possible organization of that info in the form! hurray for information!!!!!!! jez Begin forwarded message:
From: jezbold@gmail.com Date: September 29, 2011 12:44:37 PM EDT To: jezbold@gmail.com Subject: The Arts & Culture "Inventory of Stunts" !

If you have trouble viewing or submitting this form, you can fill it out online: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform? formkey=dDhXN20yUGJyZ2JnUTZ5SW9LZm01Y2c6MQ Do you have an idea for the Arts and Culture Committee to put on at Liberty Plaza, the Financial District, or somewhere in the New York area? Submit it here! We'll contact you soon so we can help you manifest your ideas. Or come join the Arts and Culture Committee to propose it to us: meetings are everyday at 12 pm and 6 pm at Liberty Plaza (formerly Zuccotti Park).

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Taibbi"s report after checking us out Thursday, September 29, 2011 9:32:09 AM

http://current.com/shows/countdown/videos/matt-taibbi-on-the-evolution-of-theoccupy-wall-street-protest -J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] The live stream is watchable on the NY Times web site Saturday, October 01, 2011 8:12:04 PM

The live stream is watchable on the NY Times web site in the city blog article on the Bkln Bridge arrests.

On 10/01/11, J Wedes<jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: tweeted! Five Things That #OccupyWallStreet Has Done Right via @DissentMagazine http://www.dissentmagazine.org/atw.php?id=563 On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 7:58 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote: 5 things occupy wall st did right http://www.dissentmagazine.org/atw.php?id=563

On 10/01/11, diane sare<dwsare@gmail.com> wrote: A few thoughts: 1. It's true, Glen Beck is a liar 2. Whether the institution in question foreclosed on his parents' home or not, we can be reasonably certain that it foreclosed on a whole bunch of other people. 3. Obviously we should always try to present our case truthfully, since the crimes of Wall Street are so massive, they can hardly be exaggerated 4. DOn't worry about "perception" -- just stick to the truth and as things worsen for our neighbors, more and more of them will be with us. (I have been organizing with Lyndon LaROuche for 23 years, when he was in jail in the 80's etc., and will assert that part of the reason that we are in this mess, is that so many people have allowed their opinions to be determined by what the media wants them to think that everybody else thinks, that "conscience hath made cowards of us all.") On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 2:19 AM, Drew <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: I made the mistake of taking a look at the comments...

-Diane Sare cell: 201-220-7731

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of MAd Hatter september17; ows_outreach@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] The Occupy Wall Street Journal has raised 8,000 already! Thursday, September 29, 2011 5:59:10 PM

That was before we even released this amazing video! http://vimeo.com/29804481

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of MAd Hatter september17; ows_outreach@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] The Occupy Wall Street Journal Thursday, September 29, 2011 12:05:27 PM

Introducing... The Occupy Wall Street Journal! In order to grow the numbers in New York, we are developing a newspaper that explains the movement and encourages folks to join. We simply can not allow the main stream media to define us. We are in a very special moment now, and we plan to bring tens of thousands into streets in the coming weeks. Please donate to this important outreach project now so we can hand out 50,000 copies this weekend! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-street-media

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Antonio Serna september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] Urgent: arrest info Saturday, October 01, 2011 10:29:14 PM

Anyone know where to get arrestee info online. Greatly needed. Passing on more info, please pass along. Going to one police plaza now: Ed pages Jack smith Nick garner Valera Allen Allen michaels Henry Sanford Still looking for: Michael peligati -Antonio

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson labor-outreach-committee@googlegroups.com; september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] URGENT: diversity fervently requested. Thursday, September 29, 2011 8:28:45 PM

URGENT: please tell everyone there, announce at GA, something! I am meeting the 1199 executive council tomorrow to try and convince them to come out for us. It's in midtown and I *need* someone to be with me, and that person needs not to be white. This will mean the difference, I bet. Please, please, please have someone who's down give me a call as soon as possible! Thanks, JAM -J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of grimwomyn september17; andrew@thehumanchannel.org [september17discuss] Video for all social media Saturday, October 01, 2011 11:41:08 AM

I found this and it really hits a lot of points home that we are concerned with, I think that this would be a great video to start spreading around the web: http://youtu.be/rpbRXXntGM8 from inequality.org which is a wealth (pun intended) of information that we should be spreading to move the conversation from the occupation to the reasons for the occupation. by the way-- I love each and every one of you- grim

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of guindave@aol.com september17@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] WE GOT A BIGGER PROBLEM NOW ! Friday, September 30, 2011 11:38:15 AM

Not Bigger then Wal-Street but almost or as big, is the biggest most vile union busting world destroying biggest company in the history of the world WAl- MART is trying to come to NYC. I am so proud of all of you who are camping down there and really making it happen ! We however cant let Wal- MARt slip into NYC while we are not watching we must expand the movement ! I have been typing negative things about Wal Mart on there face book but they keep deleting them please help me lets make it so they get so many they cant stop us ! http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=46302490#!/walmartNYC there is the link (we have bigger problem now is a just a dead kenndys song)

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jason ahmadi september17@googlegroups.com; 917-arts-and-culture@googlegroups.com [september17discuss] What is your favorite protest/liberation song?!?! Thursday, September 29, 2011 8:49:50 AM

Hey lovelies, I've been thinking rather than chanting, it would be really cool if we could all sing in unison on one of our marches. If people like it we could repeat it. I can make copies at my office so if people want to send me their favorite songs for everyone to sing I could print out some lyric sheets! Let's also try and break free from the old school protest songs (even though I am including "we shall overcome") and try some new stuff like "where is the love?" by Black Eyed Peas. But don't let that stop you from suggesting those oldies and goodies for me to write down. The grannies shouldn't be the ones having all the fun! Peace and Love, Jason

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globalrevolutiontv@googlegroups.com on behalf of Drew H globalrevolutiontv@googlegroups.com Fwd: OccupyWallSt.org, Live to 50 Million on Ustream Friday, September 30, 2011 12:54:34 PM

Ruby from Ustreamjust called me, please see the attached message. ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Ruby Tugade <rtugade@ustream.tv> Date: Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:49 PM Subject: OccupyWallSt.org, Live to 50 Million on Ustream To: drew@nycga.net Cc: bill@occupywallst.org
Hi, Drew! It was great connecting with you just now! Please forward the information to your colleagues so that we may publicizing your efforts across the planet (we have a huge presence in Asia, Europe, and Latin America, too). Here's what you need to do and deliver as soon as possible: Register for a free account: http://www.ustream.tv Create your channel URL: In your account, click on "Create Show" and choose a title that will become your Channel URL. You only do this once, so choose a Show Title that reflects your general brand. Do not create a new show every time, as a new URL will be created. Rather, schedule a new "Event". Schedule your event: How to Schedule Your Event Create promotional banner: 300x165 pixels (leave the lower 40 pixels without text) Send the banner to events@ustream.tv with your Ustream channel URL Set-Up your Ustream on Facebook app: http://www.ustream.tv/facebook Update your Channel Info Section with details Update your channel design Review broadcasting instructions: http://helpcenter.ustream.tv/ Ideal: Dedicated Internet Connection - 1mbps upload and download speed Doable: Laptop camera or attach external camera via firewire to the computer Download encoding software (Ustream Producer or Adobe FMLE) Camera Recommendations Cheers, Ruby

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Vlad T globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Fwd: Livestream contacts Saturday, October 01, 2011 10:34:25 AM

nothing yet. the issue with hd is that we will have a hard time putting up an hd stream and most of our users dont have ability to watch hd. but they can help us sort out a lot of techinical issues related to sound and switching.... On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:30 AM, katiedavison@rogueproduction.com <katiedavison@rogueproduction.com> wrote: Agreed. What are they offering? HD upgrade?
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-----Original message----From: Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Sent: Sat, Oct 1, 2011 04:56:27 GMT+00:00 Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Fwd: Livestream contacts

So livestream is also offering us additional resources. we will try to setup a meeting with them. I personally feel that we should reward livestreams decision to just remove advertising and not charge us after advertisers dropped us. this is exactly of corporations we should encourage.... ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Daniel Pacheco <daniel.pacheco@livestream.com> Date: Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 5:17 PM Subject: Livestream contacts To: vlad@glassbeadcollective.org Vlad, Just letting you know that if you're having any technical issues or have any general questions about the platform, you can contact me directly. Best regards, Daniel

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of katiedavison@rogueproduction.com globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Fwd: Livestream contacts Saturday, October 01, 2011 10:30:53 AM

Agreed. What are they offering? HD upgrade?


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-----Original message----From: Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Sent: Sat, Oct 1, 2011 04:56:27 GMT+00:00 Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Fwd: Livestream contacts

So livestream is also offering us additional resources. we will try to setup a meeting with them. I personally feel that we should reward livestreams decision to just remove advertising and not charge us after advertisers dropped us. this is exactly of corporations we should encourage.... ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: Daniel Pacheco <daniel.pacheco@livestream.com> Date: Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 5:17 PM Subject: Livestream contacts To: vlad@glassbeadcollective.org Vlad, Just letting you know that if you're having any technical issues or have any general questions about the platform, you can contact me directly. Best regards, Daniel

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Vlad T globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site Friday, September 30, 2011 1:00:03 PM

setting up bank acct for globalrevolution be back in 15 On Sep 30, 2011 12:57 PM, "Prudence Katze" <prudencekatze@gmail.com> wrote: > It's a 100% accurate. > > The media team is going to stream 10 minutes of content during intermission. > We need to curate that content ASAP. Millions of people can potentially be > watching.. > Vlad - where are you? > > > > On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org>wrote: > >> its a rumor... >> On Sep 30, 2011 11:48 AM, "Alvaro Corzo" <acorzo@hotmail.com> wrote: >> > >> > does anyone knows more about the rumor that radiohead will be playing for >> us today at 4pm? >> > >> > From: prudencekatze@gmail.com >> > Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 10:35:24 -0400 >> > Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St >> site >> > To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com >> > >> > Does anyone know how to add events to the google calendar? or who to >> contact? >> > >> > Thanks! >> > >> > in solidarity, Prudence >> > >>

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Vlad T globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com RE: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site Friday, September 30, 2011 12:01:55 PM

its a rumor... On Sep 30, 2011 11:48 AM, "Alvaro Corzo" <acorzo@hotmail.com> wrote: > > does anyone knows more about the rumor that radiohead will be playing for us today at 4pm? > > From: prudencekatze@gmail.com > Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 10:35:24 -0400 > Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site > To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com > > Does anyone know how to add events to the google calendar? or who to contact? > > Thanks! > > in solidarity, Prudence >

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Prudence Katze globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site Friday, September 30, 2011 12:59:26 PM

Okay, sorry. I just talked with Nikky and she says that we have content ready... On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:53 PM, Prudence Katze <prudencekatze@gmail.com> wrote: It's a 100% accurate. The media team is going to stream 10 minutes of content during intermission. We need to curate that content ASAP. Millions of people can potentially be watching.. Vlad - where are you?

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> wrote: its a rumor... On Sep 30, 2011 11:48 AM, "Alvaro Corzo" <acorzo@hotmail.com> wrote: > > does anyone knows more about the rumor that radiohead will be playing for us today at 4pm? > > From: prudencekatze@gmail.com > Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 10:35:24 -0400 > Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site > To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com > > Does anyone know how to add events to the google calendar? or who to contact? > > Thanks! > > in solidarity, Prudence >

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Alvaro Corzo global revolution RE: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site Friday, September 30, 2011 12:59:35 PM

are we 100% positive is happening?

From: prudencekatze@gmail.com Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 12:53:53 -0400 Subject: Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com It's a 100% accurate. The media team is going to stream 10 minutes of content during intermission. We need to curate that content ASAP. Millions of people can potentially be watching.. Vlad - where are you?

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> wrote: its a rumor... On Sep 30, 2011 11:48 AM, "Alvaro Corzo" <acorzo@hotmail.com> wrote: > > does anyone knows more about the rumor that radiohead will be playing for us today at 4pm? > > From: prudencekatze@gmail.com > Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 10:35:24 -0400 > Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site > To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com > > Does anyone know how to add events to the google calendar? or who to contact? > > Thanks! > > in solidarity, Prudence >

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Messiah Rhodes globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site Friday, September 30, 2011 1:03:22 PM

Funny about radiohead performing, I used one of Thom Yorke's song for The March to Union Square video. On Sep 30, 2011 12:57 PM, "Prudence Katze" <prudencekatze@gmail.com> wrote: > > It's a 100% accurate. > > The media team is going to stream 10 minutes of content during intermission. We need to curate that content ASAP. Millions of people can potentially be watching.. > Vlad - where are you? > > > > > On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> wrote: >> >> its a rumor... >> >> On Sep 30, 2011 11:48 AM, "Alvaro Corzo" <acorzo@hotmail.com> wrote: >> > >> > does anyone knows more about the rumor that radiohead will be playing for us today at 4pm? >> > >> > From: prudencekatze@gmail.com >> > Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 10:35:24 -0400 >> > Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site >> > To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com >> > >> > Does anyone know how to add events to the google calendar? or who to contact? >> > >> > Thanks! >> > >> > in solidarity, Prudence >> > > >

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Prudence Katze globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site Friday, September 30, 2011 12:57:52 PM

It's a 100% accurate. The media team is going to stream 10 minutes of content during intermission. We need to curate that content ASAP. Millions of people can potentially be watching.. Vlad - where are you?

On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> wrote: its a rumor... On Sep 30, 2011 11:48 AM, "Alvaro Corzo" <acorzo@hotmail.com> wrote: > > does anyone knows more about the rumor that radiohead will be playing for us today at 4pm? > > From: prudencekatze@gmail.com > Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 10:35:24 -0400 > Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site > To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com > > Does anyone know how to add events to the google calendar? or who to contact? > > Thanks! > > in solidarity, Prudence >

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Alvaro Corzo global revolution RE: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site Friday, September 30, 2011 11:48:30 AM

does anyone knows more about the rumor that radiohead will be playing for us today at 4pm? From: prudencekatze@gmail.com Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 10:35:24 -0400 Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] google calender for the Occupy Wall St site To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Does anyone know how to add events to the google calendar? or who to contact? Thanks! in solidarity, Prudence

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Tony Robinson globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] how to cook a pacific revolution: Guide/Roll-Up English Friday, September 30, 2011 10:24:02 AM

Hi all, It would be good to not distribute this just yet. I'm proofreading it and correcting the translation at the moment and should have it ready this weekend. Best wishes, Tony On 30 September 2011 15:09, nikky schiller <nikkyschiller@gmail.com> wrote: Hello everyone i would like you to invite you to spread out this Guide/Roll-up: "How to cook a Pacific Revolution" written by our brothers in Spain from 15M. Viva la Revolucin

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of katiedavison@rogueproduction.com globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] lorenzos email and my sand isk card Thursday, September 29, 2011 4:09:20 PM

Media postponed only til the rain let's up! Watch the weather and meet at the media table as soon as it stops.
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-----Original message----From: "katiedavison@rogueproduction.com" <katiedavison@rogueproduction.com> To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Sent: Thu, Sep 29, 2011 18:55:54 GMT+00:00 Subject: Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] lorenzos email and my sand isk card

We are having a media meeting at 4p today at the media center. Please attend if you can. This is an important meeting for moving forward as a collective.
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-----Original message----From: nikky schiller <nikkyschiller@gmail.com> To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Sent: Thu, Sep 29, 2011 13:10:10 GMT+00:00 Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] lorenzos email and my sand isk card

ey guys can you give me Lorenzos email? by the way, i lend my Sandisk Extreme card to someone of the team some days ago. But i cant remember who was it :). If the one i lend can give it to me back, i would appreciate it as i had my footage in that card. Thanks Nikky

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of katiedavison@rogueproduction.com globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] lorenzos email and my sand isk card Thursday, September 29, 2011 4:34:13 PM

Rain is letting up. Start congregating at the media center.


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-----Original message----From: "katiedavison@rogueproduction.com" <katiedavison@rogueproduction.com> To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Sent: Thu, Sep 29, 2011 18:55:54 GMT+00:00 Subject: Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] lorenzos email and my sand isk card

We are having a media meeting at 4p today at the media center. Please attend if you can. This is an important meeting for moving forward as a collective.
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-----Original message----From: nikky schiller <nikkyschiller@gmail.com> To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Sent: Thu, Sep 29, 2011 13:10:10 GMT+00:00 Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] lorenzos email and my sand isk card

ey guys can you give me Lorenzos email? by the way, i lend my Sandisk Extreme card to someone of the team some days ago. But i cant remember who was it :). If the one i lend can give it to me back, i would appreciate it as i had my footage in that card. Thanks Nikky

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of katiedavison@rogueproduction.com globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] lorenzos email and my sand isk card Thursday, September 29, 2011 2:55:28 PM

We are having a media meeting at 4p today at the media center. Please attend if you can. This is an important meeting for moving forward as a collective.
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-----Original message----From: nikky schiller <nikkyschiller@gmail.com> To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Sent: Thu, Sep 29, 2011 13:10:10 GMT+00:00 Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] lorenzos email and my sand isk card

ey guys can you give me Lorenzos email? by the way, i lend my Sandisk Extreme card to someone of the team some days ago. But i cant remember who was it :). If the one i lend can give it to me back, i would appreciate it as i had my footage in that card. Thanks Nikky

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Brennan Cavanaugh globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com; september17@googlegroups.com globalrevolutiontv@googlegroups.com; Lauri Faggioni Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Musical coalition in solidarity Thursday, September 29, 2011 4:09:30 AM

Tom Morello, formerly of Rage Against The Machine and currently in a Woody Guthrie-esque phase with The Watchmen was just in town playing The City Winery. He, I imagine, would be a great musician candidate to couple with this cause, performance. I have no contact info, just saying. Brennan -Brennan Cavanaugh Photography www.brennancavanaugh.com Ph (917) 450-8321

On 9/28/11 5:56 PM, "Joshua van Praag" <jvanpraag@me.com> wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Hey y'all Vanessa Wruble from Okay Player got in touch with us today. She is working with The Roots who have expressed an interest in joining our movement and helping to spread awareness by creating a coalition of big-name musicians who could visit the park, participate in marches and perhaps even organize a concert or two down the road. She suggested that the brilliant Quest Love himself might be prepared to front this coalition. People -- this could be really great for us, both in terms of morale booster for everyone in the square and for outreach and media coverage. I have given her a rundown of how things have been working on a daily basis, and directed her to www.nycga.org for a schedule of events. She understands that it's important to bring people down asap and she's figuring out people's schedules on her end and will be in touch. Im cc-ing Lauri Faggioni on this email -- she's been helping out at the park with various things and is an avid supporter of the movement. As a music video director and production designer she has also worked with lots of amazing musicians and is busy reaching out to more as we speak. She is prepared to help coordinate any bigger events and I ask that an administrator please add her to this listserve. As soon as we have an idea of when artists might be coming down we can collab with media relations to get the word out. Vanessa is also trying to get a web page up on www.okayplayer.com dedicated to OWS but there having problems with their designer. They are looking for someone with good HTML / Flash skills to lend a hand. The site gets hundreds of thousands of hits a day so it could be great again for spreading awareness. Anyone who's interested should contact me right away off-list Solidarity Josh. Joshua van Praag jvanpraag@me.com

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of DMS globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] NYC OCCUPYWALLST MEDIA MEETING TODAY AT NOON IN LIBERTY PARK Friday, September 30, 2011 9:42:35 AM

Can't make it. I will be at Sotheby's photographing. David On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 9:39 AM, Prudence Katze <prudencekatze@gmail.com> wrote: OKAY On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:21 AM, Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> wrote:

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Prudence Katze globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] NYC OCCUPYWALLST MEDIA MEETING TODAY AT NOON IN LIBERTY PARK Friday, September 30, 2011 9:39:36 AM

OKAY On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:21 AM, Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> wrote:

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Mnica Lpez globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] video of police taking down tarp @ media center today Thursday, September 29, 2011 5:12:58 AM

who recorded this? upload it too in our youtube channel!!!!!!!!! 2011/9/29 Messiah Rhodes <rhodes.messiah@gmail.com> Get the view count up. Could be raining for the next two days. On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 9:47 PM, Prudence Katze <prudencekatze@gmail.com> wrote: fuck On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 8:57 PM, Vlad T <vlad@glassbeadcollective.org> wrote: http://bit.ly/nFhGxY

-Mnica Lpez Castilla Photo Journalist Telf.: (+34) 639.345.644 Madrid. Spain.

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of niel@squat.net globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Re: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Youtube Channels and URLs Friday, September 30, 2011 7:44:30 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvAPSoUA1ww&feature=player_embedded The music I putted didn't work I don't know why, I will try again but I don't have the time for the moment so you can use it like this :)

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Hey Everyone, We are trying to compile a list of urls to video content that has been created by the collective and can be posted on the livestream site. Please respond if you have a url that we can post. Thanks. Katie Connected by a corporate tax dodger - aka Verizon Wireless. We pay-shouldn't they?

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globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com on behalf of Alvaro Corzo globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com RE: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Youtube Channels and URLs Friday, September 30, 2011 3:13:21 AM

Hey guys check out this article from Salon, is interesting to see one of the many ways we are being seen. Alvaro From: katiedavison@rogueproduction.com To: globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 01:19:35 -0400 Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Youtube Channels and URLs

Hey Everyone, We are trying to compile a list of urls to video content that has been created by the collective and can be posted on the livestream site. Please respond if you have a url that we can post. Thanks. Katie
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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Gabriel Johnson september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] #occupiedwallstreetjournal: yr paper Saturday, October 01, 2011 8:43:04 AM

I think they're giving it away? I'm not sure, but that seemed to be implied. Also, I saw the video; good job Occupy Boston! --glj On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 8:17 AM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: Just a note: nothing says "moribund leftist movement" like folks walking around trying to sell newspapers. I'm off occupying Boston this weekend, but I hope we can come up with a distribution model that doesn't look like that.

On Sep 30, 2011, at 9:51 PM, MAd Hatter <progressivechange@gmail.com> wrote: The work you all did to get this done in time for tomorrow is beyond amazing! Thanks so much. We need to set up outreach teams to distribute this tomorrow. 1. 11am meet at the new outreach table and look for Jillian. Join a team and attend slutwalk and nuke rallies, and distribute. At least 6 people at each event. We will have eventbdetails at 11am 2. At 2pm we need volunteers to gather to be around the 3pm march to hand out the paper. About 12-15 people for this would be great . 3. Sunday teams and turf should be handed out at some point Saturday as well. Please make an effort to "sign out" bulk papers so we can see what we are covering. On Monday we will have a couple organizing meetings where we will distribute bulk papers to go out to schools, cafes, streets, workplaces, etc.

On Friday, September 30, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: > Okay, we will be picking up the paper tomorrow, we are getting 5070K issues >
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> This is a pilot project and the property of the General Assembly. This > is a movement newspaper, it is funded through Kickstarter. We don't > own this, just because the team that put it together took initiative, > we are not the owners of this project at all. It is yours. There is > plenty of $$ that has been raised by people from all over the world > wanting to support the NYGA and the occupywallstreet community. > > 100% of the proceeds from the kickstarter campaign are to be used for > printed materials for outreach. We need mechanisms of accountability > to be set up to make sure that the $$ is used towards these means. > This means that you can get stickers, posters, flyers, or more papers > with the money that has been raised. > http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-streetmedia > > We are now looking for people to help us both pick up and distribute > the papers between now and October 5th throughout the city. It would > be great if someone could round up a distribution team to hit critical > points for outreach in NYC. > > We recommend that a print production working group should be formed > with people who have experience or strong interest in working in > printed media and outreach. > > Michael Levitin will be communicating this at the GA meeting tonight > on behalf of the #occupywallstreet team, the rest of the team would > like to come to the GA meeting on this but we have not slept in two > days, we will see you at the march tomorrow as we help distribute the > paper. > > Thanks again for your trust in us, we hope that you will be pleased > with the results! > > Cheers-grim >

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of grimwomyn september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] #occupiedwallstreetjournal: yr paper Saturday, October 01, 2011 10:05:15 AM

the paper is FREE On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 8:17 AM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: > Just a note: nothing says "moribund leftist movement" like folks walking > around trying to sell newspapers. I'm off occupying Boston this weekend, but > I hope we can come up with a distribution model that doesn't look like > that. > > > > On Sep 30, 2011, at 9:51 PM, MAd Hatter <progressivechange@gmail.com> wrote: > > The work you all did to get this done in time for tomorrow is beyond > amazing! Thanks so much. > > We need to set up outreach teams to distribute this tomorrow. > > 1. 11am meet at the new outreach table and look for Jillian. Join a team and > attend slutwalk and nuke rallies, and distribute. At least 6 people at each > event. We will have eventbdetails at 11am > > 2. At 2pm we need volunteers to gather to be around the 3pm march to hand > out the paper. About 12-15 people for this would be great . > > 3. Sunday teams and turf should be handed out at some point Saturday as > well. > > Please make an effort to "sign out" bulk papers so we can see what we are > covering. > > On Monday we will have a couple organizing meetings where we will > distribute bulk papers to go out to schools, cafes, streets, workplaces, > etc. > > > > > > On Friday, September 30, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: >> Okay, we will be picking up the paper tomorrow, we are getting 50-70K >> issues >> >> This is a pilot project and the property of the General Assembly. This >> is a movement newspaper, it is funded through Kickstarter. We don't >> own this, just because the team that put it together took initiative, >> we are not the owners of this project at all. It is yours. There is >> plenty of $$ that has been raised by people from all over the world >> wanting to support the NYGA and the occupywallstreet community. >> >> 100% of the proceeds from the kickstarter campaign are to be used for >> printed materials for outreach. We need mechanisms of accountability >> to be set up to make sure that the $$ is used towards these means. >> This means that you can get stickers, posters, flyers, or more papers

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>> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >>

with the money that has been raised. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-street-media We are now looking for people to help us both pick up and distribute the papers between now and October 5th throughout the city. It would be great if someone could round up a distribution team to hit critical points for outreach in NYC. We recommend that a print production working group should be formed with people who have experience or strong interest in working in printed media and outreach. Michael Levitin will be communicating this at the GA meeting tonight on behalf of the #occupywallstreet team, the rest of the team would like to come to the GA meeting on this but we have not slept in two days, we will see you at the march tomorrow as we help distribute the paper. Thanks again for your trust in us, we hope that you will be pleased with the results! Cheers-grim

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] #occupiedwallstreetjournal: yr paper Saturday, October 01, 2011 11:51:09 AM

Let's make sure to get these to local businesses that support us. If somebody will deliver about 300 to me I'll send them off with my committee to local folks. -justin On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:05 AM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: the paper is FREE On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 8:17 AM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: > Just a note: nothing says "moribund leftist movement" like folks walking > around trying to sell newspapers. I'm off occupying Boston this weekend, but > I hope we can come up with a distribution model that doesn't look like > that. > > > > On Sep 30, 2011, at 9:51 PM, MAd Hatter <progressivechange@gmail.com> wrote: > > The work you all did to get this done in time for tomorrow is beyond > amazing! Thanks so much. > > We need to set up outreach teams to distribute this tomorrow. > > 1. 11am meet at the new outreach table and look for Jillian. Join a team and > attend slutwalk and nuke rallies, and distribute. At least 6 people at each > event. We will have eventbdetails at 11am > > 2. At 2pm we need volunteers to gather to be around the 3pm march to hand > out the paper. About 12-15 people for this would be great . > > 3. Sunday teams and turf should be handed out at some point Saturday as > well. > > Please make an effort to "sign out" bulk papers so we can see what we are > covering. > > On Monday we will have a couple organizing meetings where we will > distribute bulk papers to go out to schools, cafes, streets, workplaces, > etc. > > > > > > On Friday, September 30, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: >> Okay, we will be picking up the paper tomorrow, we are getting 50-70K >> issues
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>> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >>

This is a pilot project and the property of the General Assembly. This is a movement newspaper, it is funded through Kickstarter. We don't own this, just because the team that put it together took initiative, we are not the owners of this project at all. It is yours. There is plenty of $$ that has been raised by people from all over the world wanting to support the NYGA and the occupywallstreet community. 100% of the proceeds from the kickstarter campaign are to be used for printed materials for outreach. We need mechanisms of accountability to be set up to make sure that the $$ is used towards these means. This means that you can get stickers, posters, flyers, or more papers with the money that has been raised. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-street-media We are now looking for people to help us both pick up and distribute the papers between now and October 5th throughout the city. It would be great if someone could round up a distribution team to hit critical points for outreach in NYC. We recommend that a print production working group should be formed with people who have experience or strong interest in working in printed media and outreach. Michael Levitin will be communicating this at the GA meeting tonight on behalf of the #occupywallstreet team, the rest of the team would like to come to the GA meeting on this but we have not slept in two days, we will see you at the march tomorrow as we help distribute the paper. Thanks again for your trust in us, we hope that you will be pleased with the results! Cheers-grim

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Winter Siroco september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] #occupiedwallstreetjournal: yr paper Saturday, October 01, 2011 11:57:23 AM

Perhaps this is on the plan..., but just in case, the distribution could be use the distribution machine of The Indypendent, which is located in friendly locations all over the city. Cesar On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 11:50 AM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: Let's make sure to get these to local businesses that support us. If somebody will deliver about 300 to me I'll send them off with my committee to local folks. -justin On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:05 AM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: the paper is FREE On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 8:17 AM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: > Just a note: nothing says "moribund leftist movement" like folks walking > around trying to sell newspapers. I'm off occupying Boston this weekend, but > I hope we can come up with a distribution model that doesn't look like > that. > > > > On Sep 30, 2011, at 9:51 PM, MAd Hatter <progressivechange@gmail.com> wrote: > > The work you all did to get this done in time for tomorrow is beyond > amazing! Thanks so much. > > We need to set up outreach teams to distribute this tomorrow. > > 1. 11am meet at the new outreach table and look for Jillian. Join a team and > attend slutwalk and nuke rallies, and distribute. At least 6 people at each > event. We will have eventbdetails at 11am > > 2. At 2pm we need volunteers to gather to be around the 3pm march to hand > out the paper. About 12-15 people for this would be great . > > 3. Sunday teams and turf should be handed out at some point Saturday as > well. > > Please make an effort to "sign out" bulk papers so we can see what we are > covering. > > On Monday we will have a couple organizing meetings where we will > distribute bulk papers to go out to schools, cafes, streets, workplaces, > etc.
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> > > > > > On Friday, September 30, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: >> Okay, we will be picking up the paper tomorrow, we are getting 50-70K >> issues >> >> This is a pilot project and the property of the General Assembly. This >> is a movement newspaper, it is funded through Kickstarter. We don't >> own this, just because the team that put it together took initiative, >> we are not the owners of this project at all. It is yours. There is >> plenty of $$ that has been raised by people from all over the world >> wanting to support the NYGA and the occupywallstreet community. >> >> 100% of the proceeds from the kickstarter campaign are to be used for >> printed materials for outreach. We need mechanisms of accountability >> to be set up to make sure that the $$ is used towards these means. >> This means that you can get stickers, posters, flyers, or more papers >> with the money that has been raised. >> http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-street-media >> >> We are now looking for people to help us both pick up and distribute >> the papers between now and October 5th throughout the city. It would >> be great if someone could round up a distribution team to hit critical >> points for outreach in NYC. >> >> We recommend that a print production working group should be formed >> with people who have experience or strong interest in working in >> printed media and outreach. >> >> Michael Levitin will be communicating this at the GA meeting tonight >> on behalf of the #occupywallstreet team, the rest of the team would >> like to come to the GA meeting on this but we have not slept in two >> days, we will see you at the march tomorrow as we help distribute the >> paper. >> >> Thanks again for your trust in us, we hope that you will be pleased >> with the results! >> >> Cheers-grim >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Matthew Bralow september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] #occupiedwallstreetjournal: yr paper Saturday, October 01, 2011 12:01:20 PM

which working group put or is putting the content for this paper together? is there a point of contact? thanks! matt On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 11:57 AM, Winter Siroco <wintersiroco@gmail.com> wrote: > Perhaps this is on the plan..., but just in case, the distribution could be > use the distribution machine of The Indypendent, which is located in > friendly locations all over the city. > Cesar > > On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 11:50 AM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Let's make sure to get these to local businesses that support us. If >> somebody will deliver about 300 to me I'll send them off with my committee >> to local folks. >> >> -justin >> >> On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:05 AM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: >>> >>> the paper is FREE >>> >>> On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 8:17 AM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> >>> wrote: >>> > Just a note: nothing says "moribund leftist movement" like folks >>> > walking >>> > around trying to sell newspapers. I'm off occupying Boston this >>> > weekend, but >>> > I hope we can come up with a distribution model that doesn't look like >>> > that. >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> > On Sep 30, 2011, at 9:51 PM, MAd Hatter <progressivechange@gmail.com> >>> > wrote: >>> > >>> > The work you all did to get this done in time for tomorrow is beyond >>> > amazing! Thanks so much. >>> > >>> > We need to set up outreach teams to distribute this tomorrow. >>> > >>> > 1. 11am meet at the new outreach table and look for Jillian. Join a >>> > team and >>> > attend slutwalk and nuke rallies, and distribute. At least 6 people at >>> > each >>> > event. We will have eventbdetails at 11am >>> > >>> > 2. At 2pm we need volunteers to gather to be around the 3pm march to >>> > hand >>> > out the paper. About 12-15 people for this would be great . >>> > >>> > 3. Sunday teams and turf should be handed out at some point Saturday >>> > as >>> > well.

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>>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >> > >

> > Please make an effort to "sign out" bulk papers so we can see what we > are > covering. > > On Monday we will have a couple organizing meetings where we will > distribute bulk papers to go out to schools, cafes, streets, > workplaces, > etc. > > > > > > On Friday, September 30, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: >> Okay, we will be picking up the paper tomorrow, we are getting 50-70K >> issues >> >> This is a pilot project and the property of the General Assembly. This >> is a movement newspaper, it is funded through Kickstarter. We don't >> own this, just because the team that put it together took initiative, >> we are not the owners of this project at all. It is yours. There is >> plenty of $$ that has been raised by people from all over the world >> wanting to support the NYGA and the occupywallstreet community. >> >> 100% of the proceeds from the kickstarter campaign are to be used for >> printed materials for outreach. We need mechanisms of accountability >> to be set up to make sure that the $$ is used towards these means. >> This means that you can get stickers, posters, flyers, or more papers >> with the money that has been raised. >> http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-street-media >> >> We are now looking for people to help us both pick up and distribute >> the papers between now and October 5th throughout the city. It would >> be great if someone could round up a distribution team to hit critical >> points for outreach in NYC. >> >> We recommend that a print production working group should be formed >> with people who have experience or strong interest in working in >> printed media and outreach. >> >> Michael Levitin will be communicating this at the GA meeting tonight >> on behalf of the #occupywallstreet team, the rest of the team would >> like to come to the GA meeting on this but we have not slept in two >> days, we will see you at the march tomorrow as we help distribute the >> paper. >> >> Thanks again for your trust in us, we hope that you will be pleased >> with the results! >> >> Cheers-grim >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Jon Good september17@googlegroups.com september17@googlegroups.com; ows_outreach@googlegroups.com; labor-outreachcommittee@googlegroups.com; Michael Levitin; Justinmolito Re: [september17discuss] #occupiedwallstreetjournal: yr paper Saturday, October 01, 2011 8:18:10 AM

Just a note: nothing says "moribund leftist movement" like folks walking around trying to sell newspapers. I'm off occupying Boston this weekend, but I hope we can come up with a distribution model that doesn't look like that.

On Sep 30, 2011, at 9:51 PM, MAd Hatter <progressivechange@gmail.com> wrote: The work you all did to get this done in time for tomorrow is beyond amazing! Thanks so much. We need to set up outreach teams to distribute this tomorrow. 1. 11am meet at the new outreach table and look for Jillian. Join a team and attend slutwalk and nuke rallies, and distribute. At least 6 people at each event. We will have eventbdetails at 11am 2. At 2pm we need volunteers to gather to be around the 3pm march to hand out the paper. About 12-15 people for this would be great . 3. Sunday teams and turf should be handed out at some point Saturday as well. Please make an effort to "sign out" bulk papers so we can see what we are covering. On Monday we will have a couple organizing meetings where we will distribute bulk papers to go out to schools, cafes, streets, workplaces, etc.

On Friday, September 30, 2011, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: > Okay, we will be picking up the paper tomorrow, we are getting 5070K issues > > This is a pilot project and the property of the General Assembly. This > is a movement newspaper, it is funded through Kickstarter. We don't > own this, just because the team that put it together took initiative, > we are not the owners of this project at all. It is yours. There is > plenty of $$ that has been raised by people from all over the world > wanting to support the NYGA and the occupywallstreet community.
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> > 100% of the proceeds from the kickstarter campaign are to be used for > printed materials for outreach. We need mechanisms of accountability > to be set up to make sure that the $$ is used towards these means. > This means that you can get stickers, posters, flyers, or more papers > with the money that has been raised. > http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-streetmedia > > We are now looking for people to help us both pick up and distribute > the papers between now and October 5th throughout the city. It would > be great if someone could round up a distribution team to hit critical > points for outreach in NYC. > > We recommend that a print production working group should be formed > with people who have experience or strong interest in working in > printed media and outreach. > > Michael Levitin will be communicating this at the GA meeting tonight > on behalf of the #occupywallstreet team, the rest of the team would > like to come to the GA meeting on this but we have not slept in two > days, we will see you at the march tomorrow as we help distribute the > paper. > > Thanks again for your trust in us, we hope that you will be pleased > with the results! > > Cheers-grim >

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17@googlegroups.com monicalopezcastilla Re: [september17discuss] @acampadasol wants to set up a Sunday 1pm Thursday, September 29, 2011 6:37:50 PM

Monica - can you help set this up? You will be in town then -j On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:26 PM, Drew <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: @occupywallst @occupywallstnyc @nycsep17 @nyc_ga The @acampadasol assembly wants to set up a 2-way conversation Sunday around 1pm NY time @occupywallst @occupywallstnyc @nycsep17 @nyc_ga Would you please contact @takethesquare about setting that up? Thank you from @superbranch I can't manage this right now. Please someone set this up! -Drew

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of vanessazet@gmail.com september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] [URGENT NEED] Facilitation guide! Thursday, September 29, 2011 11:38:53 AM

Hey! I can help with this video too! when can we shoot this?? Vanessa 2011/9/29 Drew Hornbein <dhornbein@gmail.com> I think Media is covering this, please everyone pressure them. We NEED facilitation guide up soon! http://occupytogether.org/ On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Drew Hornbein <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: sounds good, I will speak with facilitation today. On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 11:48 AM, Joshua van Praag <jvanpraag@me.com> wrote: Great, we're assembling a crew! Perhaps we can continue planning over email, meet Thursday and plan to shoot Friday?

Joshua van Praag jvanpraag@me.com +1.347.445.8315 +44.(0)7787.896952 On Sep 27, 2011, at 10:50 AM, Marisa Holmes <marisaholmes@gmail.com> wrote: > I second the need for a video on facilitation, > and I'd be happy to help with it. > > Marisa > > On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 5:02 PM, Joshua van Praag <jvanpraag@me.com> wrote: >> Drew >> >> Am shooting on a job through Weds night but am planning to be back down in Zuccotti to shoot on Thursday. Would be happy to meet then otherwise I am reachable by phone or you can find me here :-) >> >> Joshua van Praag >> jvanpraag@me.com
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>> >> +1.347.445.8315 >> +44.(0)7787.896952 >> >> On Sep 27, 2011, at 2:00 AM, Drew <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>> @joshua can you make it to Internet group meeting 5pm on tuesday? I would like to discuss this. I will also try and bring it up with facilitation. >>> >>> Thanks everyone >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Gary Roland september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] [URGENT NEED] Facilitation guide! Thursday, September 29, 2011 11:40:25 AM

I am conducting a facilitator training for Occupy Pittsburgh tonight. If someone sends me text I can look over it and add input. I may try and typed something up for you guys but I have a couple of documents I am working on right now. Let me know how I can help from afar. ~GARY On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:24 AM, Drew Hornbein <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: I think Media is covering this, please everyone pressure them. We NEED facilitation guide up soon! http://occupytogether.org/ On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Drew Hornbein <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: sounds good, I will speak with facilitation today. On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 11:48 AM, Joshua van Praag <jvanpraag@me.com> wrote: Great, we're assembling a crew! Perhaps we can continue planning over email, meet Thursday and plan to shoot Friday?

Joshua van Praag jvanpraag@me.com +1.347.445.8315 +44.(0)7787.896952 On Sep 27, 2011, at 10:50 AM, Marisa Holmes <marisaholmes@gmail.com> wrote: > I second the need for a video on facilitation, > and I'd be happy to help with it. > > Marisa > > On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 5:02 PM, Joshua van Praag <jvanpraag@me.com> wrote: >> Drew >> >> Am shooting on a job through Weds night but am planning to be back down in Zuccotti to shoot on Thursday. Would be happy to meet then otherwise I am reachable by phone or you can find me here :-) >>
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>> Joshua van Praag >> jvanpraag@me.com >> >> +1.347.445.8315 >> +44.(0)7787.896952 >> >> On Sep 27, 2011, at 2:00 AM, Drew <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>> @joshua can you make it to Internet group meeting 5pm on tuesday? I would like to discuss this. I will also try and bring it up with facilitation. >>> >>> Thanks everyone >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Drew Hornbein september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] [URGENT NEED] Facilitation guide! Thursday, September 29, 2011 4:25:01 AM

I think Media is covering this, please everyone pressure them. We NEED facilitation guide up soon! http://occupytogether.org/ On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 12:01 PM, Drew Hornbein <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: sounds good, I will speak with facilitation today. On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 11:48 AM, Joshua van Praag <jvanpraag@me.com> wrote: Great, we're assembling a crew! Perhaps we can continue planning over email, meet Thursday and plan to shoot Friday?

Joshua van Praag jvanpraag@me.com +1.347.445.8315 +44.(0)7787.896952 On Sep 27, 2011, at 10:50 AM, Marisa Holmes <marisaholmes@gmail.com> wrote: > I second the need for a video on facilitation, > and I'd be happy to help with it. > > Marisa > > On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 5:02 PM, Joshua van Praag <jvanpraag@me.com> wrote: >> Drew >> >> Am shooting on a job through Weds night but am planning to be back down in Zuccotti to shoot on Thursday. Would be happy to meet then otherwise I am reachable by phone or you can find me here :-) >> >> Joshua van Praag >> jvanpraag@me.com >> >> +1.347.445.8315 >> +44.(0)7787.896952 >> >> On Sep 27, 2011, at 2:00 AM, Drew <dhornbein@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>> @joshua can you make it to Internet group meeting 5pm on tuesday? I would like to discuss this. I will also try and bring it up with facilitation.
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>>> >>> Thanks everyone >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] 700 airline pilots protested on Wall St on Wed 9/30 - did anyone see or talk to them? Saturday, October 01, 2011 9:38:37 AM

Nice piece of performance art too!

On 10/01/11, Doug Singsen<dougsingsen@gmail.com> wrote:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2042680/Wall-Street-Protests-Continental-United-Airlines-pilotsfed-bosses.html

Ladies and gentleman, we are currently cruising down Wall Street because we are fed up with our bosses! Pilots stage protest
By Daily Mail Reporter Last updated at 9:02 AM on 28th September 2011 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2042680/Wall-Street-Protests-Continental-United-Airlines-pilotsfed-bosses.html#ixzz1ZX9MbAOj

Wall Street saw yet another surge in protesters today - as hundreds of Continental and United Airlines pilots demonstrated in New York City's financial district. Over 700 hundred activists, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) carriers, took their grievances to the streets as they protested for wages and benefits in light of a stalled merger between the airlines. The demonstration coincided with the 11th straight day the Occupy Wall Street encampment, which has seen thousands of demonstrators descend onto downtown Manhattan - and hundreds arrested.

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United: Over 700 hundred Continental and United pilots, joined by additional pilots from other Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) carriers, demonstrate in front of Wall Street on Tuesday

Organised: The pilots want to draw attention to the lack of progress on negotiations of the pilots' joint collective

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bargaining agreement ahead of the one-year anniversary of the corporate merger close date

Continental's ALPA unit announced the union rally, saying the company needed to 'get serious' about negotiating a joint contract. United officials have said they want a fair contract and have been meeting with pilots from both unions since August 2010, arguing that none of the major sections dealing with work rules, pay, scope/job protection or retirement/benefits has been resolved. Management wanted a deal in place by theend of 2011, but said over the summer the target would be missed. No new date has been set. Without a joint contract that merges seniority and duties, the carrier cannot achieve the full measure of cost and revenue benefits forecast as part of the merger. The announcement came after pilots at United Airlines asked a federal judge on Monday to halt integration withContinental Airlines, saying the company is moving too fast in its bid to merge operations fully. The United chapter of the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), which filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, sought a stay of Friday's deadlineto complete the next phase of training and begin new procedures.

Peaceful protest: United officials have said they want a fair contract and have been meeting with pilots from both unions since August 2010

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'What's a pilot worth?' United management wanted a deal in place by the end of 2011, but said over the summer the target would be missed. No new date has been set

The union said the proposed level and timeline of training necessary for United Continental Holdings Inc (UAL.N) to earn single operating authority from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is inadequate. FAA clearance is the final step in the merger to create the world's biggest airline. The deal closed last year. Pilots contend interrupting the deadlinefor new procedures would allow the union and management to either negotiate a resolution or arbitrate the dispute. A court hearing in Brooklyn is scheduled for Wednesday. The union said most of the training changes involve United pilots, who are adopting many of Continental's cockpit procedures. United said the suit was without merit and was a shameful attempt to influence negotiations on a joint contractbetween United and Continental pilots.

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Uniform: Continental's ALPA unit announced the union rally, saying the company needed to 'get serious' about negotiating a joint contract

Union rally: ALPA represents over 53,000 pilots at 39 airlines in the United States and Canada, including

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approximately 5000 at Continental and nearly 6,000 at United

United spokeswoman Julie King said in a statement: 'Our training procedures, which are fully approved and closely monitored by the FAA, meet or exceed safety standards and we area safe airline.' United's union chairman, Wendy Morse, said safety issues and the union contract are separate, adding: 'United management continues to squander this golden opportunity to create the world class airline it promised to the employees, to the shareholders and to the flying public nearly 17 months ago when the United/Continental merger was announced. The longer these negotiations toward a joint collective bargaining agreement drag on, the less likely the company will be able to enjoy the benefits this merger offers. 'The company has wallowed in the weeds long enough. It's time for management to stop focusing on the minutia and turn its attention toward the issues that really matter to the pilots of United and get this contract completed. The days of our pilotslaboring under a bankruptcy contract have to end,' she said. Captain Jay Pierce, chairman of the Continental pilots union, stated: 'Management may be attempting to portray success with the progress of the merger, but the reality is thatit takes more than painting airplanes, hanging new airport signs and revamping a frequent-flier program. We are ready to begin the real work of creating the world's largest and best airline, and that starts with reaching agreement on a pilot contract. Real progress with implementing the merger requires the involvement of pilots and an acknowledgement by management of the contributions that pilots make in creating a successful airline.' ALPA represents over 53,000 pilots at 39airlines in the United States and Canada, including approximately 5000 at Continental and nearly 6,000 at United.

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Jackie DiSalvo september17@googlegroups.com RE: [september17discuss] 700 airline pilots protested on Wall St on Wed 9/30 - did anyone see or talk to them? Saturday, October 01, 2011 9:59:57 AM

I talked to some pilots at the park last week but they didnt mention the protest; they werent going to be in NY. I have now contacted the union.

On Behalf Of Doug Singsen 700 airline pilots protested on Wall St on Wed 9/30 - did anyone see or talk to them?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2042680/Wall-Street-Protests-Continental-United-Airlines-pilots-fedbosses.html

Ladies and gentleman, we are currently cruising down Wall Street because we are fed up with our bosses! Pilots stage protest
By Daily Mail Reporter Last updated at 9:02 AM on 28th September 2011 Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2042680/Wall-Street-Protests-ContinentalUnited-Airlines-pilots-fed-bosses.html#ixzz1ZX9MbAOj

Wall Street saw yet another surge in protesters today - as hundreds of Continental and United Airlines pilots demonstrated in New York City's financial district. Over 700 hundred activists, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) carriers, took their grievances to the streets as they protested for wages and benefits in light of a stalled merger between the airlines. The demonstration coincided with the 11th straight day the Occupy Wall Street encampment, which has seen thousands of demonstrators descend onto downtown Manhattan - and hundreds arrested.

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United: Over 700 hundred Continental and United pilots, joined by additional pilots from other Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) carriers, demonstrate in front of Wall Street on Tuesday

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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Organised: The pilots want to draw attention to the lack of progress on negotiations of the pilots' joint collective bargaining agreement ahead of the one-year anniversary of the corporate merger close date

Continental's ALPA unit announced the union rally, saying the company needed to 'get serious' about negotiating a joint contract. United officials have said they want a fair contract and have been meeting with pilots from both unions since August 2010, arguing that none of the major sections dealing with work rules, pay, scope/job protection or retirement/benefits has been resolved. Management wanted a deal in place by the end of 2011, but said over the summer the target would be missed. No new date has been set. Without a joint contract that merges seniority and duties, the carrier cannot achieve the full measure of cost and revenue benefits forecast as part of the merger. The announcement came after pilots at United Airlines asked a federal judge on Monday to halt integration with Continental Airlines, saying the company is moving too fast in its bid to merge operations fully. The United chapter of the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), which filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, sought a stay of Friday's deadline to complete the next phase of training and begin new procedures.

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Peaceful protest: United officials have said they want a fair contract and have been meeting with pilots from both unions since August 2010

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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'What's a pilot worth?' United management wanted a deal in place by the end of 2011, but said over the summer the target would be missed. No new date has been set

The union said the proposed level and timeline of training necessary for United Continental Holdings Inc (UAL.N) to earn single operating authority from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is inadequate. FAA clearance is the final step in the merger to create the world's biggest airline. The deal closed last year. Pilots contend interrupting the deadline for new procedures would allow the union and management to either negotiate a resolution or arbitrate the dispute. A court hearing in Brooklyn is scheduled for Wednesday. The union said most of the training changes involve United pilots, who are adopting many of Continental's cockpit procedures. United said the suit was without merit and was a shameful attempt to influence negotiations on a joint contract between United and Continental pilots.

Uniform: Continental's ALPA unit announced the union rally, saying the company needed to 'get serious' about negotiating a joint contract

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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Union rally: ALPA represents over 53,000 pilots at 39 airlines in the United States and Canada, including approximately 5000 at Continental and nearly 6,000 at United

United spokeswoman Julie King said in a statement: 'Our training procedures, which are fully approved and closely monitored by the FAA, meet or exceed safety standards and we are a safe airline.' United's union chairman, Wendy Morse, said safety issues and the union contract are separate, adding: 'United management continues to squander this golden opportunity to create the world class airline it promised to the employees, to the shareholders and to the flying public nearly 17 months ago when the United/Continental merger was announced. The longer these negotiations toward a joint collective bargaining agreement drag on, the less likely the company will be able to enjoy the benefits this merger offers. 'The company has wallowed in the weeds long enough. It's time for management to stop focusing on the minutia and turn its attention toward the issues that really matter to the pilots of United and get this contract completed. The days of our pilots laboring under a bankruptcy contract have to end,' she said. Captain Jay Pierce, chairman of the Continental pilots union, stated: 'Management may be attempting to portray success with the progress of the merger, but the reality is that it takes more than painting airplanes, hanging new
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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airport signs and revamping a frequent-flier program. We are ready to begin the real work of creating the world's largest and best airline, and that starts with reaching agreement on a pilot contract. Real progress with implementing the merger requires the involvement of pilots and an acknowledgement by management of the contributions that pilots make in creating a successful airline.' ALPA represents over 53,000 pilots at 39 airlines in the United States and Canada, including approximately 5000 at Continental and nearly 6,000 at United.

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Micah White september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] A Call for Emancipation from the "One Line Demand" Meme - OccupyEverywhere Thursday, September 29, 2011 3:57:40 PM

Hi Alexandre, It seems like there is some confusion as to who runs which websites... I just want to make sure you know that occupywallst.org is *not* run by Adbusters. It is an independent site run by Justine and others. Adbusters runs occupywallstreet.org which redirects to http://www.adbusters.org/campaigns/occupywallstreet/ All the best, Micah

On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 12:24 AM, Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: People of the Movement: As someone who is deeply involved in this movement, who was arrested two times because of it, slept on the park repeatedly, and gave all hours of every single day to this grand effort, as well as witnessed many fellow brothers and sisters being harrassed, falling sick, pepper sprayed, and other abuses, i can't be silent anymore regarding the discussion of a "One Line Demand". I deeply respect Adbusters for sparking this with a great idea to occupy wall street. Nonetheless, i believe no one is the proprietor of this movement and in absolute should speak as the spokesperson for the masses. The recent publication at occupywallst.org of a list of demands, even though a plurality of demands, was a violation of solidarity. Simply because it was done for the people instead of with the people. I know that the intention wasn't to speak on behalf of all, but the newspapers quickly grasped it as the voice of the movement, which pardon my insistence, it is NOT. Myself and many others who are living it on the ground and across the virtual sphere feel that a "One Line Demand" is jeopardizing the amazing work we have done so far and is stopping us from imagining better alternatives - or rather, this one line plague is blinding people to the possibility of a better world that is happening right before their eyes at Liberty Square. Let me explain. A social movement is different than a protest, in the same way that a demand is different than a purpose. A demand/protest is by its very nature willing to work within the framework of the given, while a social movement is more: it is an agitation, a flux forward in response to dire oppression whose roots in society run much deeper. Protests are tangible and specific, usually built around a specific legislation on the table; when the vote is cast, for better or worse it dissipates in thin air, with business as usual returning. This is a reformist approach. The question that must be asked is if the crisis of our times will ever be solved with a specific and tangible "one line demand". Even if the one line
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"demand" is as bold as "Overthrow Capitalism" or "End Corporate Personhood". Not only that, demands pressupose that someone else has power and you have none, which is not the case in Liberty Square. And yes, the wording matters here, because we seem to be in pursuit of a language of rupture and not of conformism. A movement is characterized by stubborn people that won't stop until society transforms. Usually it rallies around principles of solidarity and people embody their vision of a better society. Movements keep pressure over time, and in order to be successful at recycling the dominant pathological memes and changing social practices, they must grow and have a broad base of support. Liberty Square is slowly reaching that beautiful moment, with labor unions finally joining in and demonstrating solidarity; we are doing the same supporting their struggles. At this moment, insisting on a misguided "one line demand" discussion is dangerous: every successful movement must have a broad base of support, not a narrow one, and one line demands or even a short list of demands is narrowing. It is close-ended instead of open-ended. It restricts instead of liberating. At liberty Square, we have queer groups, labor unions, environmentalists, human rights activists, artists, homeless people, animals (yes, we love them), undocumented immigrants, foodies, mentally ill patients, and a bunch of other groups that are lending their voice and support to our common struggle, which is a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Somehow, through the participatory democratic process that is being exercised at the General Assembly, these voices feel that they can be heard and their strength thus amplified, and that is why they are showing up. By all means, not because of a list of demands or worse, a "one line demand". I invite people to experience the thrill of the square and see it for themselves. A movement requires patience and diligence, not the absurdity of rushing demands just to please the anxiety of mainstream media. Because we have their pathological attention span for now are we settling for this? Please don't trust that thought. Let's aim for something better for ourselves. I guarantee that they will come back to cover our work as we continue to grow stronger. If not, well, then i invite people to remember the poet's words: "the revolution will not be televised" (Thanks Gil Scott-Heron). Let's listen to the poet. Speaking of revolution, these happen when a movement breaks off the cozy order of the status quo due to strength of numbers. A revolution, such as the first American revolution, was the realization that true emancipation can never happen through the present dominant institutions, because they are the very ones that generate or replicate the hierarchies of injustice. Same applies for us: in the end, if we really want to change the world for our grandchildren, revolution is what we have to push for, not reformist games. Specially in days where capital flows beyond borders... OccupyEverywhere. The General Assemblies that are popping up all over America and the world are a clear sign of a beautiful new possibility: local participatory democracy that can self-legislate and operate; cooperate; and ultimately thrive. When and if coordinated, we can push for the stars. At Liberty Square, we already won. We liberated a space, a territoriality, and are building alternatives together. All of this done without fancy documents or tailored "one line
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demands". Our actions speak louder than our words, and the whole world is watching precisely because it feels that what we are doing is different than politics or business as usual. The general assembly is channeling a plurality of voices and uniting struggles in solidarity. We need much more a set of values and principles of solidarity (which we already have a draft of this living document at nycga.net) where these oppressed voices can rally around in the audacious task of dreaming a better society. And as they join us and we join them, we fight together for the goals that appear on the square and reivent political agency as a way of life. The General Assemblies are the convergence channel of anti-oppression voices, can't we realize that? Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity.

-Alexandre M.S. Carvalho, M.D., MPH 2009 Reynolds Fellow mobile +1 914 563 4209 home +1 914 633 0415 www.nyu.edu/reynolds

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Snafu september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] A Call for Emancipation from the "One Line Demand" Meme - OccupyEverywhere Thursday, September 29, 2011 5:41:51 PM

glad to see the meme of the one demand has been finally suppressed. Thanks Alexandre! I cannot but endorse all the points assembled by Jon except for the last one. I would replace the demand of a "national job programs" with a more radical demand, which has been advanced by social movements all over the world for more than a decade now: g. Introduce a minimum income guaranteed for all citizens. Enable a framework for all people to share the works that are socially necessary. Every other activity should be freed from the slavery of the wage. --> Breaking the wage means in my view to work in the direction of a post-capitalist society, a society that does not need to grow and be productive in order to be healthy. Asking for a "national job program" means on the contrary to reinstate the mechanism by which you need to produce in order to get an income in order to shop, etc.

On 9/29/11 5:27 PM, Jon Good wrote: Does somebody (not me, I'll be out of town all weekend and have done enough meddling anyhow) want to propose this to the GA? I am, of course, totally open to amendments, further specific demands, etc. Awesome, Jon On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:11 PM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: word glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:10 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: Sorry for the ambiguity; I would be fully behind these, despite the fact that I may not see them as completely perfect. That is my point; the slightly imperfect is better than nothing. --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:08 PM, L. W. Wind <play.reality@gmail.com> wrote: I would have a preference on agreeing on everything, rather then continuing to disagree.. remember we will not get all ourt demands met..but we may very well get some of them!
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On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:58 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: E is a bit of a paper tiger, and I'm not entirely sure about C and F, but i would be SO PUMPED if the GA passed this. Superawesomes. --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:49 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: JEM said: " I can't remember who I stole this idea from, but we should have
our "demands" broken out into levels so that people can access them at the level of detail they are comfortable with. For some people one overarching "demand" is too simple. For others along list of demands withexplanantions is way to complicated. Some people would like a few broad principles. We should have all three:"

This was from me, I think. OUR GOAL: End Corporate Control OUR VISION: 1. Stop special treatment for banks, corporations, and the super-rich; 2. Create a real democracy of the people, by the people, and for the people; 3. Build a society free from oppression, with opportunities, jobs, and economic justice for all OUR DEMANDS: a. Stop the housing crisis. Halt all foreclosures due to predatory lending and huge medical bills. b.Reinstate the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act. Separate investment banking from commercial banking and stop gambling peoples savings on Wall Street. c.Introduce a Robin Hood tax on all securities transfers now. Tax all financial transactions like tangible goods, using a sales tax. d. Repeal the Tax Reconciliation Act (the Bush tax cuts) now. Tax capital gains at the same rate as income tax. e. End corporate personhood. Corporations are not and will never be people. f. Radically reform the electoral system. Ban all corporate funding to political candidates and allow new political groups compete on an equal footing with the two major parties. g. Create a national jobs program. Focus the economy on providing honest livelihoods for as many people as possible, rather than returning maximum profit to shareholders.

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On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: This, this, ten thousand times this. It's going to be a fun exercise (and by "fun", I here mean "difficult") trying to balance different people's ideological viewpoints putting this together, but it's necessary, in my opinion. --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:17 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote:

I can't remember who I stole this idea from, but we should have our "demands" broken out into levels so that people can access them at the level of detail they are comfortable with. For some people one overarching "demand" is too simple. For others along list of demands withexplanantions is way to complicated. Some people would like a few broad principles. We should have all three: Our One Big Demand Principle 1 ... Principle 2 ... Principle 3 ... Detailed Demand 1 ... Detailed Demand 2 ... Detailed Demand 3 ... etc This way people that want a soundbite can get a soundbite People that want to know what we believe in can see our principles And People that want to know exactly what we plan to do can read all of the demands Thank you for your patience, and your impatience, John

our thougts to sound bites. Labor and other organizations are joining, so, the reach out pressure has declined...and mainstream media credibility bubble is about to burst once more, so, who cares.
Nevertheless, we should strive for a mechanism that will allow for the participatory and cooperative ellaboration of our collective thougts. I very much think that we should initiate a calmed discussion about all this at the GA. Those of us who have not been talking past each other have learned a lot. Cesar Sent from phone

On 09/29/11, Cesar<wintersiroco@gmail.com> wrote:

I agee with you in many ways, particularly in reducing

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Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

On Sep 29, 2011, at 3:24 AM, "Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho" <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: People of the Movement: As someone who is deeply involved in this movement, who was arrested two times because of it, slept on the park repeatedly, and gave all hours of every single day to this grand effort, as well as witnessed many fellow brothers and sisters being harrassed, falling sick, pepper sprayed, and other abuses, i can't be silent anymore regarding the discussion of a "One Line Demand". I deeply respect Adbusters for sparking this with a great idea to occupy wall street. Nonetheless, i believe no one is the proprietor of this movement and in absolute should speak as the spokesperson for the masses. The recent publication at occupywallst.org of a list of demands, even though a plurality of demands, was a violation of solidarity. Simply because it was done for the people instead of with the people. I know that the intention wasn't to speak on behalf of all, but the newspapers quickly grasped it as the voice of the movement, which pardon my insistence, it is NOT. Myself and many others who are living it on the ground and across the virtual sphere feel that a "One Line Demand" is jeopardizing the amazing work we have done so far and is stopping us from imagining better alternatives - or rather, this one line plague is blinding people to the possibility of a better world that is happening right before their eyes at Liberty Square. Let me explain. A social movement is different than a protest, in the same way that a demand is different than a purpose. A demand/protest is by its very nature willing to work within the framework of the given, while a social movement is more: it is an agitation, a flux forward in response to dire oppression whose roots in society run much deeper. Protests are tangible and specific, usually built around a specific legislation on the table; when the vote is cast, for better or worse it dissipates in thin air, with business as usual returning. This is a reformist approach. The question that must be asked is if the crisis of our times will ever be solved with a specific and tangible "one line demand". Even if the one line "demand" is as bold as "Overthrow Capitalism" or "End Corporate Personhood". Not only that, demands pressupose that someone else has power and you have none, which is not the case in Liberty Square. And yes, the wording matters here, because we seem to be in pursuit of a language of rupture and not of conformism. A movement is characterized by stubborn people that won't stop until society transforms. Usually it rallies around principles of solidarity and people embody their vision of a better society. Movements keep pressure over time, and in order to be successful at recycling the dominant pathological memes and changing social practices, they must grow and have a broad
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

base of support. Liberty Square is slowly reaching that beautiful moment, with labor unions finally joining in and demonstrating solidarity; we are doing the same supporting their struggles. At this moment, insisting on a misguided "one line demand" discussion is dangerous: every successful movement must have a broad base of support, not a narrow one, and one line demands or even a short list of demands is narrowing. It is close-ended instead of openended. It restricts instead of liberating. At liberty Square, we have queer groups, labor unions, environmentalists, human rights activists, artists, homeless people, animals (yes, we love them), undocumented immigrants, foodies, mentally ill patients, and a bunch of other groups that are lending their voice and support to our common struggle, which is a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Somehow, through the participatory democratic process that is being exercised at the General Assembly, these voices feel that they can be heard and their strength thus amplified, and that is why they are showing up. By all means, not because of a list of demands or worse, a "one line demand". I invite people to experience the thrill of the square and see it for themselves. A movement requires patience and diligence, not the absurdity of rushing demands just to please the anxiety of mainstream media. Because we have their pathological attention span for now are we settling for this? Please don't trust that thought. Let's aim for something better for ourselves. I guarantee that they will come back to cover our work as we continue to grow stronger. If not, well, then i invite people to remember the poet's words: "the revolution will not be televised" (Thanks Gil Scott-Heron). Let's listen to the poet. Speaking of revolution, these happen when a movement breaks off the cozy order of the status quo due to strength of numbers. A revolution, such as the first American revolution, was the realization that true emancipation can never happen through the present dominant institutions, because they are the very ones that generate or replicate the hierarchies of injustice. Same applies for us: in the end, if we really want to change the world for our grandchildren, revolution is what we have to push for, not reformist games. Specially in days where capital flows beyond borders... OccupyEverywhere. The General Assemblies that are popping up all over America and the world are a clear sign of a beautiful new possibility: local participatory democracy that can self-legislate and operate; cooperate; and ultimately thrive. When and if coordinated, we can push for the stars. At Liberty Square, we already won. We liberated a space, a territoriality, and are building alternatives together. All of this done without fancy documents or tailored "one line demands". Our actions speak louder than our words, and the whole world is watching precisely because it feels that what we are doing is different than politics or business as usual. The general assembly is channeling a plurality of voices and
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

uniting struggles in solidarity. We need much more a set of values and principles of solidarity (which we already have a draft of this living document at nycga.net) where these oppressed voices can rally around in the audacious task of dreaming a better society. And as they join us and we join them, we fight together for the goals that appear on the square and reivent political agency as a way of life. The General Assemblies are the convergence channel of anti-oppression voices, can't we realize that? Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity.

-Alexandre M.S. Carvalho, M.D., MPH 2009 Reynolds Fellow mobile +1 914 563 4209 home +1 914 633 0415 www.nyu.edu/reynolds

--Ms. Wind

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

From: To: Subject: Date:

september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Jon Good september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] A Call for Emancipation from the "One Line Demand" Meme - OccupyEverywhere Thursday, September 29, 2011 5:53:01 PM

I agree with you Snafu; when I was putting this together, I was debating between putting it as a guaranteed minimum income for all and a national jobs program. I guessed that the jobs program demand would be more palatable to the GA, but I could easily get behind either. On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:41 PM, Snafu <snafu@thething.it> wrote: glad to see the meme of the one demand has been finally suppressed. Thanks Alexandre! I cannot but endorse all the points assembled by Jon except for the last one. I would replace the demand of a "national job programs" with a more radical demand, which has been advanced by social movements all over the world for more than a decade now: g. Introduce a minimum income guaranteed for all citizens. Enable a framework for all people to share the works that are socially necessary. Every other activity should be freed from the slavery of the wage. --> Breaking the wage means in my view to work in the direction of a postcapitalist society, a society that does not need to grow and be productive in order to be healthy. Asking for a "national job program" means on the contrary to reinstate the mechanism by which you need to produce in order to get an income in order to shop, etc.

On 9/29/11 5:27 PM, Jon Good wrote: Does somebody (not me, I'll be out of town all weekend and have done enough meddling anyhow) want to propose this to the GA? I am, of course, totally open to amendments, further specific demands, etc. Awesome, Jon On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:11 PM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: word glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:10 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: Sorry for the ambiguity; I would be fully behind these, despite the fact that I may not see them as completely perfect. That is my point; the slightly imperfect is better than nothing. --glj

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:08 PM, L. W. Wind <play.reality@gmail.com> wrote: I would have a preference on agreeing on everything, rather then continuing to disagree.. remember we will not get all ourt demands met..but we may very well get some of them! On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:58 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: E is a bit of a paper tiger, and I'm not entirely sure about C and F, but i would be SO PUMPED if the GA passed this. Superawesomes. --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:49 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: JEM said: " I can't remember who I stole this idea from, but we should have
our "demands" broken out into levels so that people can access them at the level of detail they are comfortable with. For some people one overarching "demand" is too simple. For others along list of demands withexplanantions is way to complicated. Some people would like a few broad principles. We should have all three:"

This was from me, I think. OUR GOAL: End Corporate Control OUR VISION: 1. Stop special treatment for banks, corporations, and the super-rich; 2. Create a real democracy of the people, by the people, and for the people; 3. Build a society free from oppression, with opportunities, jobs, and economic justice for all OUR DEMANDS: a. Stop the housing crisis. Halt all foreclosures due to predatory lending and huge medical bills. b.Reinstate the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act. Separate investment banking from commercial banking and stop gambling peoples savings on Wall Street. c.Introduce a Robin Hood tax on all securities transfers now. Tax all financial transactions like tangible goods, using a sales tax. d. Repeal the Tax Reconciliation Act (the Bush tax cuts) now. Tax capital gains at the same rate as income tax. e. End corporate personhood. Corporations are not and will never be people. f. Radically reform the electoral system. Ban all corporate
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

funding to political candidates and allow new political groups compete on an equal footing with the two major parties. g. Create a national jobs program. Focus the economy on providing honest livelihoods for as many people as possible, rather than returning maximum profit to shareholders.

On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: This, this, ten thousand times this. It's going to be a fun exercise (and by "fun", I here mean "difficult") trying to balance different people's ideological viewpoints putting this together, but it's necessary, in my opinion. --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:17 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote:

I can't remember who I stole this idea from, but we should have our "demands" broken out into levels so that people can access them at the level of detail they are comfortable with. For some people one overarching "demand" is too simple. For others along list of demands withexplanantions is way to complicated. Some people would like a few broad principles. We should have all three: Our One Big Demand Principle 1 ... Principle 2 ... Principle 3 ... Detailed Demand 1 ... Detailed Demand 2 ... Detailed Demand 3 ... etc This way people that want a soundbite can get a soundbite People that want to know what we believe in can see our principles And People that want to know exactly what we plan to do can read all of the demands Thank you for your patience, and your impatience, John

our thougts to sound bites. Labor and other organizations are joining, so, the reach out pressure has declined...and mainstream media credibility bubble is about to burst once more, so, who cares.
Nevertheless, we should strive for a mechanism that will allow for the
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

On 09/29/11, Cesar<wintersiroco@gmail.com> wrote:

I agee with you in many ways, particularly in reducing

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

participatory and cooperative ellaboration of our collective thougts. I very much think that we should initiate a calmed discussion about all this at the GA. Those of us who have not been talking past each other have learned a lot. Cesar Sent from phone

On Sep 29, 2011, at 3:24 AM, "Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho" <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: People of the Movement: As someone who is deeply involved in this movement, who was arrested two times because of it, slept on the park repeatedly, and gave all hours of every single day to this grand effort, as well as witnessed many fellow brothers and sisters being harrassed, falling sick, pepper sprayed, and other abuses, i can't be silent anymore regarding the discussion of a "One Line Demand". I deeply respect Adbusters for sparking this with a great idea to occupy wall street. Nonetheless, i believe no one is the proprietor of this movement and in absolute should speak as the spokesperson for the masses. The recent publication at occupywallst.org of a list of demands, even though a plurality of demands, was a violation of solidarity. Simply because it was done for the people instead of with the people. I know that the intention wasn't to speak on behalf of all, but the newspapers quickly grasped it as the voice of the movement, which pardon my insistence, it is NOT. Myself and many others who are living it on the ground and across the virtual sphere feel that a "One Line Demand" is jeopardizing the amazing work we have done so far and is stopping us from imagining better alternatives - or rather, this one line plague is blinding people to the possibility of a better world that is happening right before their eyes at Liberty Square. Let me explain. A social movement is different than a protest, in the same way that a demand is different than a purpose. A demand/protest is by its very nature willing to work within the framework of the given, while a social movement is more: it is an agitation, a flux forward in response to dire oppression whose roots in society run much deeper. Protests are tangible and specific, usually built around a specific legislation on the table; when the vote is cast, for better or worse it dissipates in thin air, with business as usual returning. This is a reformist approach. The question that must be asked is if the crisis of our times will ever be solved with a specific and tangible "one line demand". Even if the one line "demand" is as bold as "Overthrow Capitalism" or "End Corporate Personhood". Not only that, demands pressupose that someone else has power and you have none, which is not
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

the case in Liberty Square. And yes, the wording matters here, because we seem to be in pursuit of a language of rupture and not of conformism. A movement is characterized by stubborn people that won't stop until society transforms. Usually it rallies around principles of solidarity and people embody their vision of a better society. Movements keep pressure over time, and in order to be successful at recycling the dominant pathological memes and changing social practices, they must grow and have a broad base of support. Liberty Square is slowly reaching that beautiful moment, with labor unions finally joining in and demonstrating solidarity; we are doing the same supporting their struggles. At this moment, insisting on a misguided "one line demand" discussion is dangerous: every successful movement must have a broad base of support, not a narrow one, and one line demands or even a short list of demands is narrowing. It is close-ended instead of open-ended. It restricts instead of liberating. At liberty Square, we have queer groups, labor unions, environmentalists, human rights activists, artists, homeless people, animals (yes, we love them), undocumented immigrants, foodies, mentally ill patients, and a bunch of other groups that are lending their voice and support to our common struggle, which is a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Somehow, through the participatory democratic process that is being exercised at the General Assembly, these voices feel that they can be heard and their strength thus amplified, and that is why they are showing up. By all means, not because of a list of demands or worse, a "one line demand". I invite people to experience the thrill of the square and see it for themselves. A movement requires patience and diligence, not the absurdity of rushing demands just to please the anxiety of mainstream media. Because we have their pathological attention span for now are we settling for this? Please don't trust that thought. Let's aim for something better for ourselves. I guarantee that they will come back to cover our work as we continue to grow stronger. If not, well, then i invite people to remember the poet's words: "the revolution will not be televised" (Thanks Gil Scott-Heron). Let's listen to the poet. Speaking of revolution, these happen when a movement breaks off the cozy order of the status quo due to strength of numbers. A revolution, such as the first American revolution, was the realization that true emancipation can never happen through the present dominant institutions, because they are the very ones that generate or replicate the hierarchies of injustice. Same applies for us: in the end, if we really want to change the world for our grandchildren, revolution is what we have to push for, not reformist games. Specially in days where capital flows beyond borders... OccupyEverywhere. The General Assemblies that are
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

popping up all over America and the world are a clear sign of a beautiful new possibility: local participatory democracy that can self-legislate and operate; cooperate; and ultimately thrive. When and if coordinated, we can push for the stars. At Liberty Square, we already won. We liberated a space, a territoriality, and are building alternatives together. All of this done without fancy documents or tailored "one line demands". Our actions speak louder than our words, and the whole world is watching precisely because it feels that what we are doing is different than politics or business as usual. The general assembly is channeling a plurality of voices and uniting struggles in solidarity. We need much more a set of values and principles of solidarity (which we already have a draft of this living document at nycga.net) where these oppressed voices can rally around in the audacious task of dreaming a better society. And as they join us and we join them, we fight together for the goals that appear on the square and reivent political agency as a way of life. The General Assemblies are the convergence channel of antioppression voices, can't we realize that? Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity.

-Alexandre M.S. Carvalho, M.D., MPH 2009 Reynolds Fellow mobile +1 914 563 4209 home +1 914 633 0415 www.nyu.edu/reynolds

--Ms. Wind

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

From: To: Subject: Date:

september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Gabriel Johnson september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] A Call for Emancipation from the "One Line Demand" Meme - OccupyEverywhere Thursday, September 29, 2011 6:06:53 PM

If we do go with guaranteed minimum income, make sure we mention the support of both Richard Nixon and Martin Luther King, Jr. for such a measure. I'd somewhat prefer the national jobs program, and if we go that way, make sure it's phrased in a way that "national jobs program" can't be interpreted as "tax breaks for the rich and corporations". Also, I thought this was well worth sharing (via @OccupyWallSt on Twitter): http://www.editorialcartoonists.com/cartoons/CohenD/2011/CohenD20110928_low.jpg --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:52 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: I agree with you Snafu; when I was putting this together, I was debating between putting it as a guaranteed minimum income for all and a national jobs program. I guessed that the jobs program demand would be more palatable to the GA, but I could easily get behind either. On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:41 PM, Snafu <snafu@thething.it> wrote: glad to see the meme of the one demand has been finally suppressed. Thanks Alexandre! I cannot but endorse all the points assembled by Jon except for the last one. I would replace the demand of a "national job programs" with a more radical demand, which has been advanced by social movements all over the world for more than a decade now: g. Introduce a minimum income guaranteed for all citizens. Enable a framework for all people to share the works that are socially necessary. Every other activity should be freed from the slavery of the wage. --> Breaking the wage means in my view to work in the direction of a postcapitalist society, a society that does not need to grow and be productive in order to be healthy. Asking for a "national job program" means on the contrary to reinstate the mechanism by which you need to produce in order to get an income in order to shop, etc.

On 9/29/11 5:27 PM, Jon Good wrote: Does somebody (not me, I'll be out of town all weekend and have done enough meddling anyhow) want to propose this to the GA? I am, of course, totally open to amendments, further specific demands, etc. Awesome,

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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Jon On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:11 PM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: word glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:10 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: Sorry for the ambiguity; I would be fully behind these, despite the fact that I may not see them as completely perfect. That is my point; the slightly imperfect is better than nothing. --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:08 PM, L. W. Wind <play.reality@gmail.com> wrote: I would have a preference on agreeing on everything, rather then continuing to disagree.. remember we will not get all ourt demands met..but we may very well get some of them! On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:58 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: E is a bit of a paper tiger, and I'm not entirely sure about C and F, but i would be SO PUMPED if the GA passed this. Superawesomes. --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:49 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: JEM said: " I can't remember who I stole this idea from, but we should have
our "demands" broken out into levels so that people can access them at the level of detail they are comfortable with. For some people one overarching "demand" is too simple. For others along list of demands withexplanantions is way to complicated. Some people would like a few broad principles. We should have all three:"

This was from me, I think. OUR GOAL: End Corporate Control OUR VISION: 1. Stop special treatment for banks, corporations, and the super-rich; 2. Create a real democracy of the people, by the people, and for the people; 3. Build a society free from oppression, with opportunities, jobs, and economic justice for all

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

OUR DEMANDS: a. Stop the housing crisis. Halt all foreclosures due to predatory lending and huge medical bills. b.Reinstate the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act. Separate investment banking from commercial banking and stop gambling peoples savings on Wall Street. c.Introduce a Robin Hood tax on all securities transfers now. Tax all financial transactions like tangible goods, using a sales tax. d. Repeal the Tax Reconciliation Act (the Bush tax cuts) now. Tax capital gains at the same rate as income tax. e. End corporate personhood. Corporations are not and will never be people. f. Radically reform the electoral system. Ban all corporate funding to political candidates and allow new political groups compete on an equal footing with the two major parties. g. Create a national jobs program. Focus the economy on providing honest livelihoods for as many people as possible, rather than returning maximum profit to shareholders.

On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: This, this, ten thousand times this. It's going to be a fun exercise (and by "fun", I here mean "difficult") trying to balance different people's ideological viewpoints putting this together, but it's necessary, in my opinion. --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:17 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote:

I can't remember who I stole this idea from, but we should have our "demands" broken out into levels so that people can access them at the level of detail they are comfortable with. For some people one overarching "demand" is too simple. For others along list of demands withexplanantions is way to complicated. Some people would like a few broad principles. We should have all three: Our One Big Demand Principle 1 ... Principle 2 ... Principle 3 ... Detailed Demand 1 ... Detailed Demand 2 ... Detailed Demand 3 ...

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

etc This way people that want a soundbite can get a soundbite People that want to know what we believe in can see our principles And People that want to know exactly what we plan to do can read all of the demands Thank you for your patience, and your impatience, John

our thougts to sound bites. Labor and other organizations are joining, so, the reach out pressure has declined...and mainstream media credibility bubble is about to burst once more, so, who cares.
Nevertheless, we should strive for a mechanism that will allow for the participatory and cooperative ellaboration of our collective thougts. I very much think that we should initiate a calmed discussion about all this at the GA. Those of us who have not been talking past each other have learned a lot. Cesar Sent from phone

On 09/29/11, Cesar<wintersiroco@gmail.com> wrote:

I agee with you in many ways, particularly in reducing

On Sep 29, 2011, at 3:24 AM, "Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho" <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: People of the Movement: As someone who is deeply involved in this movement, who was arrested two times because of it, slept on the park repeatedly, and gave all hours of every single day to this grand effort, as well as witnessed many fellow brothers and sisters being harrassed, falling sick, pepper sprayed, and other abuses, i can't be silent anymore regarding the discussion of a "One Line Demand". I deeply respect Adbusters for sparking this with a great idea to occupy wall street. Nonetheless, i believe no one is the proprietor of this movement and in absolute should speak as the spokesperson for the masses. The recent publication at occupywallst.org of a list of demands, even though a plurality of demands, was a violation of solidarity. Simply because it was done for the people instead of with the people. I know that the intention wasn't to speak on behalf of all, but the newspapers quickly grasped it as the voice of the movement, which pardon my insistence, it is NOT. Myself and many others who are living it on the ground and across the virtual sphere feel that a "One Line Demand" is jeopardizing the amazing work we have done so far and is stopping us from imagining better alternatives - or rather, this one line plague is blinding people to the possibility of a better world that is happening right
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

before their eyes at Liberty Square. Let me explain. A social movement is different than a protest, in the same way that a demand is different than a purpose. A demand/protest is by its very nature willing to work within the framework of the given, while a social movement is more: it is an agitation, a flux forward in response to dire oppression whose roots in society run much deeper. Protests are tangible and specific, usually built around a specific legislation on the table; when the vote is cast, for better or worse it dissipates in thin air, with business as usual returning. This is a reformist approach. The question that must be asked is if the crisis of our times will ever be solved with a specific and tangible "one line demand". Even if the one line "demand" is as bold as "Overthrow Capitalism" or "End Corporate Personhood". Not only that, demands pressupose that someone else has power and you have none, which is not the case in Liberty Square. And yes, the wording matters here, because we seem to be in pursuit of a language of rupture and not of conformism. A movement is characterized by stubborn people that won't stop until society transforms. Usually it rallies around principles of solidarity and people embody their vision of a better society. Movements keep pressure over time, and in order to be successful at recycling the dominant pathological memes and changing social practices, they must grow and have a broad base of support. Liberty Square is slowly reaching that beautiful moment, with labor unions finally joining in and demonstrating solidarity; we are doing the same supporting their struggles. At this moment, insisting on a misguided "one line demand" discussion is dangerous: every successful movement must have a broad base of support, not a narrow one, and one line demands or even a short list of demands is narrowing. It is close-ended instead of open-ended. It restricts instead of liberating. At liberty Square, we have queer groups, labor unions, environmentalists, human rights activists, artists, homeless people, animals (yes, we love them), undocumented immigrants, foodies, mentally ill patients, and a bunch of other groups that are lending their voice and support to our common struggle, which is a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Somehow, through the participatory democratic process that is being exercised at the General Assembly, these voices feel that they can be heard and their strength thus amplified, and that is why they are showing up. By all means, not because of a list of demands or worse, a "one line demand". I invite people to experience the thrill of the square and see it for themselves. A movement requires patience and diligence, not the absurdity of rushing demands just to please the anxiety of mainstream media. Because we have their pathological
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

attention span for now are we settling for this? Please don't trust that thought. Let's aim for something better for ourselves. I guarantee that they will come back to cover our work as we continue to grow stronger. If not, well, then i invite people to remember the poet's words: "the revolution will not be televised" (Thanks Gil Scott-Heron). Let's listen to the poet. Speaking of revolution, these happen when a movement breaks off the cozy order of the status quo due to strength of numbers. A revolution, such as the first American revolution, was the realization that true emancipation can never happen through the present dominant institutions, because they are the very ones that generate or replicate the hierarchies of injustice. Same applies for us: in the end, if we really want to change the world for our grandchildren, revolution is what we have to push for, not reformist games. Specially in days where capital flows beyond borders... OccupyEverywhere. The General Assemblies that are popping up all over America and the world are a clear sign of a beautiful new possibility: local participatory democracy that can self-legislate and operate; cooperate; and ultimately thrive. When and if coordinated, we can push for the stars. At Liberty Square, we already won. We liberated a space, a territoriality, and are building alternatives together. All of this done without fancy documents or tailored "one line demands". Our actions speak louder than our words, and the whole world is watching precisely because it feels that what we are doing is different than politics or business as usual. The general assembly is channeling a plurality of voices and uniting struggles in solidarity. We need much more a set of values and principles of solidarity (which we already have a draft of this living document at nycga.net) where these oppressed voices can rally around in the audacious task of dreaming a better society. And as they join us and we join them, we fight together for the goals that appear on the square and reivent political agency as a way of life. The General Assemblies are the convergence channel of anti-oppression voices, can't we realize that? Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity.

-Alexandre M.S. Carvalho, M.D., MPH 2009 Reynolds Fellow mobile +1 914 563 4209
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home +1 914 633 0415 www.nyu.edu/reynolds

--Ms. Wind

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Cesar september17@googlegroups.com september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] A Call for Emancipation from the "One Line Demand" Meme - OccupyEverywhere Thursday, September 29, 2011 6:43:48 PM

I have been thinking and talking in the plaza alon those terms, but not indemand framework. General goals, then strategies, but right now we are just spinning the weels without agreed process. Cesar Sent from phone

On Sep 29, 2011, at 4:17 PM, jemcgloin@verizon.net wrote:


I can't remember who I stole this idea from, but we should have our "demands" broken out into levels so that people can access them at the level of detail they are comfortable with. For some people one overarching "demand" is too simple. For others along list of demands withexplanantions is way to complicated. Some people would like a few broad principles. We should have all three: Our One Big Demand Principle 1 ... Principle 2 ... Principle 3 ... Detailed Demand 1 ... Detailed Demand 2 ... Detailed Demand 3 ... etc This way people that want a soundbite can get a soundbite People that want to know what we believe in can see our principles And People that want to know exactly what we plan to do can read all of the demands Thank you for your patience, and your impatience, John

our thougts to sound bites. Labor and other organizations are joining, so, the reach out pressure has declined...and mainstream media credibility bubble is about to burst once more, so, who cares.
Nevertheless, we should strive for a mechanism that will allow for the participatory and cooperative ellaboration of our collective thougts. I very much think that we should initiate a calmed discussion about all this at the GA. Those of us who have not been talking past each other have learned a lot. Cesar Sent from phone

On 09/29/11, Cesar<wintersiroco@gmail.com> wrote:

I agee with you in many ways, particularly in reducing

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

On Sep 29, 2011, at 3:24 AM, "Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho" <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: People of the Movement: As someone who is deeply involved in this movement, who was arrested two times because of it, slept on the park repeatedly, and gave all hours of every single day to this grand effort, as well as witnessed many fellow brothers and sisters being harrassed, falling sick, pepper sprayed, and other abuses, i can't be silent anymore regarding the discussion of a "One Line Demand". I deeply respect Adbusters for sparking this with a great idea to occupy wall street. Nonetheless, i believe no one is the proprietor of this movement and in absolute should speak as the spokesperson for the masses. The recent publication at occupywallst.org of a list of demands, even though a plurality of demands, was a violation of solidarity. Simply because it was done for the people instead of with the people. I know that the intention wasn't to speak on behalf of all, but the newspapers quickly grasped it as the voice of the movement, which pardon my insistence, it is NOT. Myself and many others who are living it on the ground and across the virtual sphere feel that a "One Line Demand" is jeopardizing the amazing work we have done so far and is stopping us from imagining better alternatives - or rather, this one line plague is blinding people to the possibility of a better world that is happening right before their eyes at Liberty Square. Let me explain. A social movement is different than a protest, in the same way that a demand is different than a purpose. A demand/protest is by its very nature willing to work within the framework of the given, while a social movement is more: it is an agitation, a flux forward in response to dire oppression whose roots in society run much deeper. Protests are tangible and specific, usually built around a specific legislation on the table; when the vote is cast, for better or worse it dissipates in thin air, with business as usual returning. This is a reformist approach. The question that must be asked is if the crisis of our times will ever be solved with a specific and tangible "one line demand". Even if the one line "demand" is as bold as "Overthrow Capitalism" or "End Corporate Personhood". Not only that, demands pressupose that someone else has power and you have none, which is not the case in Liberty Square. And yes, the wording matters here, because we seem to be in pursuit of a language of rupture and not of conformism. A movement is characterized by stubborn people that won't stop until society transforms. Usually it rallies around principles of solidarity and people embody their vision of a better society. Movements keep pressure over time, and in order to be successful at recycling the dominant pathological memes and changing social practices, they must grow and have a broad base of support. Liberty Square is slowly reaching that beautiful moment, with labor unions finally joining in and demonstrating solidarity; we are doing the same supporting their struggles. At this moment, insisting on a misguided "one line demand" discussion is dangerous: every successful movement must have a broad base of support, not a narrow one, and one line demands or even a short list of demands is narrowing. It is close-ended instead of open-ended. It restricts instead of liberating. At liberty Square, we have queer groups, labor unions, environmentalists, human rights activists, artists, homeless people, animals (yes, we love them),
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

undocumented immigrants, foodies, mentally ill patients, and a bunch of other groups that are lending their voice and support to our common struggle, which is a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Somehow, through the participatory democratic process that is being exercised at the General Assembly, these voices feel that they can be heard and their strength thus amplified, and that is why they are showing up. By all means, not because of a list of demands or worse, a "one line demand". I invite people to experience the thrill of the square and see it for themselves. A movement requires patience and diligence, not the absurdity of rushing demands just to please the anxiety of mainstream media. Because we have their pathological attention span for now are we settling for this? Please don't trust that thought. Let's aim for something better for ourselves. I guarantee that they will come back to cover our work as we continue to grow stronger. If not, well, then i invite people to remember the poet's words: "the revolution will not be televised" (Thanks Gil ScottHeron). Let's listen to the poet. Speaking of revolution, these happen when a movement breaks off the cozy order of the status quo due to strength of numbers. A revolution, such as the first American revolution, was the realization that true emancipation can never happen through the present dominant institutions, because they are the very ones that generate or replicate the hierarchies of injustice. Same applies for us: in the end, if we really want to change the world for our grandchildren, revolution is what we have to push for, not reformist games. Specially in days where capital flows beyond borders... OccupyEverywhere. The General Assemblies that are popping up all over America and the world are a clear sign of a beautiful new possibility: local participatory democracy that can self-legislate and operate; cooperate; and ultimately thrive. When and if coordinated, we can push for the stars. At Liberty Square, we already won. We liberated a space, a territoriality, and are building alternatives together. All of this done without fancy documents or tailored "one line demands". Our actions speak louder than our words, and the whole world is watching precisely because it feels that what we are doing is different than politics or business as usual. The general assembly is channeling a plurality of voices and uniting struggles in solidarity. We need much more a set of values and principles of solidarity (which we already have a draft of this living document at nycga.net) where these oppressed voices can rally around in the audacious task of dreaming a better society. And as they join us and we join them, we fight together for the goals that appear on the square and reivent political agency as a way of life. The General Assemblies are the convergence channel of anti-oppression voices, can't we realize that? Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity.

-Alexandre M.S. Carvalho, M.D., MPH 2009 Reynolds Fellow mobile +1 914 563 4209 home +1 914 633 0415
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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www.nyu.edu/reynolds

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Cesar september17@googlegroups.com september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] A Call for Emancipation from the "One Line Demand" Meme - OccupyEverywhere Thursday, September 29, 2011 6:43:28 PM

Let's agree on format and process before content Cesar Sent from phone

On Sep 29, 2011, at 4:49 PM, Jon Good <therealjongood@gmail.com> wrote: JEM said: " I can't remember who I stole this idea from, but we should have our "demands"
broken out into levels so that people can access them at the level of detail they are comfortable with. For some people one overarching "demand" is too simple. For others along list of demands withexplanantions is way to complicated. Some people would like a few broad principles. We should have all three:"

This was from me, I think. OUR GOAL: End Corporate Control OUR VISION: 1. Stop special treatment for banks, corporations, and the super-rich; 2. Create a real democracy of the people, by the people, and for the people; 3. Build a society free from oppression, with opportunities, jobs, and economic justice for all OUR DEMANDS: a. Stop the housing crisis. Halt all foreclosures due to predatory lending and huge medical bills. b.Reinstate the 1933 Glass-Steagall Act. Separate investment banking from commercial banking and stop gambling peoples savings on Wall Street. c.Introduce a Robin Hood tax on all securities transfers now. Tax all financial transactions like tangible goods, using a sales tax. d. Repeal the Tax Reconciliation Act (the Bush tax cuts) now. Tax capital gains at the same rate as income tax. e. End corporate personhood. Corporations are not and will never be people. f. Radically reform the electoral system. Ban all corporate funding to political candidates and allow new political groups compete on an equal footing with the two major parties. g. Create a national jobs program. Focus the economy on providing honest livelihoods for as many people as possible, rather than returning
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maximum profit to shareholders. On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:29 PM, Gabriel Johnson <gabjoh2@gmail.com> wrote: This, this, ten thousand times this. It's going to be a fun exercise (and by "fun", I here mean "difficult") trying to balance different people's ideological viewpoints putting this together, but it's necessary, in my opinion. --glj On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 4:17 PM, <jemcgloin@verizon.net> wrote:

I can't remember who I stole this idea from, but we should have our "demands" broken out into levels so that people can access them at the level of detail they are comfortable with. For some people one overarching "demand" is too simple. For others along list of demands withexplanantions is way to complicated. Some people would like a few broad principles. We should have all three: Our One Big Demand Principle 1 ... Principle 2 ... Principle 3 ... Detailed Demand 1 ... Detailed Demand 2 ... Detailed Demand 3 ... etc This way people that want a soundbite can get a soundbite People that want to know what we believe in can see our principles And People that want to know exactly what we plan to do can read all of the demands Thank you for your patience, and your impatience, John

our thougts to sound bites. Labor and other organizations are joining, so, the reach out pressure has declined...and mainstream media credibility bubble is about to burst once more, so, who cares.
Nevertheless, we should strive for a mechanism that will allow for the participatory and cooperative ellaboration of our collective thougts. I very much think that we should initiate a calmed discussion about all this at the GA. Those of us who have not been talking past each other have learned a lot. Cesar Sent from phone

On 09/29/11, Cesar<wintersiroco@gmail.com> wrote:

I agee with you in many ways, particularly in reducing

On Sep 29, 2011, at 3:24 AM, "Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho" <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote:
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

People of the Movement: As someone who is deeply involved in this movement, who was arrested two times because of it, slept on the park repeatedly, and gave all hours of every single day to this grand effort, as well as witnessed many fellow brothers and sisters being harrassed, falling sick, pepper sprayed, and other abuses, i can't be silent anymore regarding the discussion of a "One Line Demand". I deeply respect Adbusters for sparking this with a great idea to occupy wall street. Nonetheless, i believe no one is the proprietor of this movement and in absolute should speak as the spokesperson for the masses. The recent publication at occupywallst.org of a list of demands, even though a plurality of demands, was a violation of solidarity. Simply because it was done for the people instead of with the people. I know that the intention wasn't to speak on behalf of all, but the newspapers quickly grasped it as the voice of the movement, which pardon my insistence, it is NOT. Myself and many others who are living it on the ground and across the virtual sphere feel that a "One Line Demand" is jeopardizing the amazing work we have done so far and is stopping us from imagining better alternatives - or rather, this one line plague is blinding people to the possibility of a better world that is happening right before their eyes at Liberty Square. Let me explain. A social movement is different than a protest, in the same way that a demand is different than a purpose. A demand/protest is by its very nature willing to work within the framework of the given, while a social movement is more: it is an agitation, a flux forward in response to dire oppression whose roots in society run much deeper. Protests are tangible and specific, usually built around a specific legislation on the table; when the vote is cast, for better or worse it dissipates in thin air, with business as usual returning. This is a reformist approach. The question that must be asked is if the crisis of our times will ever be solved with a specific and tangible "one line demand". Even if the one line "demand" is as bold as "Overthrow Capitalism" or "End Corporate Personhood". Not only that, demands pressupose that someone else has power and you have none, which is not the case in Liberty Square. And yes, the wording matters here, because we seem to be in pursuit of a language of rupture and not of conformism. A movement is characterized by stubborn people that won't stop until society transforms. Usually it rallies around principles of solidarity and people embody their vision of a better society. Movements keep pressure over time, and in order to be successful at recycling the dominant pathological memes and changing social practices, they must grow and have a broad base of support. Liberty Square is slowly reaching that beautiful moment, with labor unions finally joining in and demonstrating solidarity; we are doing the same supporting their struggles. At this moment, insisting on a misguided "one line demand" discussion is dangerous: every successful movement must have a broad base of support, not a narrow one, and one line demands or even a short list of demands is narrowing. It is closeended instead of open-ended. It restricts instead of liberating. At liberty Square, we have queer groups, labor unions, environmentalists, human rights activists, artists, homeless people, animals (yes, we love them), undocumented immigrants, foodies, mentally ill patients, and a bunch of other groups that are lending their voice and support to our common struggle, which is a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Somehow, through the
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

participatory democratic process that is being exercised at the General Assembly, these voices feel that they can be heard and their strength thus amplified, and that is why they are showing up. By all means, not because of a list of demands or worse, a "one line demand". I invite people to experience the thrill of the square and see it for themselves. A movement requires patience and diligence, not the absurdity of rushing demands just to please the anxiety of mainstream media. Because we have their pathological attention span for now are we settling for this? Please don't trust that thought. Let's aim for something better for ourselves. I guarantee that they will come back to cover our work as we continue to grow stronger. If not, well, then i invite people to remember the poet's words: "the revolution will not be televised" (Thanks Gil Scott-Heron). Let's listen to the poet. Speaking of revolution, these happen when a movement breaks off the cozy order of the status quo due to strength of numbers. A revolution, such as the first American revolution, was the realization that true emancipation can never happen through the present dominant institutions, because they are the very ones that generate or replicate the hierarchies of injustice. Same applies for us: in the end, if we really want to change the world for our grandchildren, revolution is what we have to push for, not reformist games. Specially in days where capital flows beyond borders... OccupyEverywhere. The General Assemblies that are popping up all over America and the world are a clear sign of a beautiful new possibility: local participatory democracy that can self-legislate and operate; cooperate; and ultimately thrive. When and if coordinated, we can push for the stars. At Liberty Square, we already won. We liberated a space, a territoriality, and are building alternatives together. All of this done without fancy documents or tailored "one line demands". Our actions speak louder than our words, and the whole world is watching precisely because it feels that what we are doing is different than politics or business as usual. The general assembly is channeling a plurality of voices and uniting struggles in solidarity. We need much more a set of values and principles of solidarity (which we already have a draft of this living document at nycga.net) where these oppressed voices can rally around in the audacious task of dreaming a better society. And as they join us and we join them, we fight together for the goals that appear on the square and reivent political agency as a way of life. The General Assemblies are the convergence channel of anti-oppression voices, can't we realize that? Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity.

-Alexandre M.S. Carvalho, M.D., MPH 2009 Reynolds Fellow mobile +1 914 563 4209 home +1 914 633 0415 www.nyu.edu/reynolds
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Jon Good september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] A Call for Emancipation from the "One Line Demand" Meme - OccupyEverywhere Thursday, September 29, 2011 8:42:33 AM

I can get behind this. But I do believe we need a one-line, real-world answer to the question "Why are we here?" or "What unites us?"

On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 3:24 AM, Alexandre Machado De Sant'Anna Carvalho <ac3018@nyu.edu> wrote: People of the Movement: As someone who is deeply involved in this movement, who was arrested two times because of it, slept on the park repeatedly, and gave all hours of every single day to this grand effort, as well as witnessed many fellow brothers and sisters being harrassed, falling sick, pepper sprayed, and other abuses, i can't be silent anymore regarding the discussion of a "One Line Demand". I deeply respect Adbusters for sparking this with a great idea to occupy wall street. Nonetheless, i believe no one is the proprietor of this movement and in absolute should speak as the spokesperson for the masses. The recent publication at occupywallst.org of a list of demands, even though a plurality of demands, was a violation of solidarity. Simply because it was done for the people instead of with the people. I know that the intention wasn't to speak on behalf of all, but the newspapers quickly grasped it as the voice of the movement, which pardon my insistence, it is NOT. Myself and many others who are living it on the ground and across the virtual sphere feel that a "One Line Demand" is jeopardizing the amazing work we have done so far and is stopping us from imagining better alternatives - or rather, this one line plague is blinding people to the possibility of a better world that is happening right before their eyes at Liberty Square. Let me explain. A social movement is different than a protest, in the same way that a demand is different than a purpose. A demand/protest is by its very nature willing to work within the framework of the given, while a social movement is more: it is an agitation, a flux forward in response to dire oppression whose roots in society run much deeper. Protests are tangible and specific, usually built around a specific legislation on the table; when the vote is cast, for better or worse it dissipates in thin air, with business as usual returning. This is a reformist approach. The question that must be asked is if the crisis of our times will ever be solved with a specific and tangible "one line demand". Even if the one line "demand" is as bold as "Overthrow Capitalism" or "End Corporate Personhood". Not only that, demands pressupose that someone else has power and you have none, which is not the case in Liberty Square. And yes, the wording matters here, because we seem to be in pursuit of a language of rupture and not of conformism. A movement is characterized by stubborn people that won't stop until society transforms. Usually it rallies around principles of solidarity and people embody their vision of a better society. Movements keep pressure over time, and in order to be successful at recycling the dominant pathological memes and changing social practices, they must grow and have a broad base of support. Liberty Square is
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

slowly reaching that beautiful moment, with labor unions finally joining in and demonstrating solidarity; we are doing the same supporting their struggles. At this moment, insisting on a misguided "one line demand" discussion is dangerous: every successful movement must have a broad base of support, not a narrow one, and one line demands or even a short list of demands is narrowing. It is close-ended instead of open-ended. It restricts instead of liberating. At liberty Square, we have queer groups, labor unions, environmentalists, human rights activists, artists, homeless people, animals (yes, we love them), undocumented immigrants, foodies, mentally ill patients, and a bunch of other groups that are lending their voice and support to our common struggle, which is a human struggle against oppression in all its forms. Somehow, through the participatory democratic process that is being exercised at the General Assembly, these voices feel that they can be heard and their strength thus amplified, and that is why they are showing up. By all means, not because of a list of demands or worse, a "one line demand". I invite people to experience the thrill of the square and see it for themselves. A movement requires patience and diligence, not the absurdity of rushing demands just to please the anxiety of mainstream media. Because we have their pathological attention span for now are we settling for this? Please don't trust that thought. Let's aim for something better for ourselves. I guarantee that they will come back to cover our work as we continue to grow stronger. If not, well, then i invite people to remember the poet's words: "the revolution will not be televised" (Thanks Gil Scott-Heron). Let's listen to the poet. Speaking of revolution, these happen when a movement breaks off the cozy order of the status quo due to strength of numbers. A revolution, such as the first American revolution, was the realization that true emancipation can never happen through the present dominant institutions, because they are the very ones that generate or replicate the hierarchies of injustice. Same applies for us: in the end, if we really want to change the world for our grandchildren, revolution is what we have to push for, not reformist games. Specially in days where capital flows beyond borders... OccupyEverywhere. The General Assemblies that are popping up all over America and the world are a clear sign of a beautiful new possibility: local participatory democracy that can self-legislate and operate; cooperate; and ultimately thrive. When and if coordinated, we can push for the stars. At Liberty Square, we already won. We liberated a space, a territoriality, and are building alternatives together. All of this done without fancy documents or tailored "one line demands". Our actions speak louder than our words, and the whole world is watching precisely because it feels that what we are doing is different than politics or business as usual. The general assembly is channeling a plurality of voices and uniting struggles in solidarity. We need much more a set of values and principles of solidarity (which we already have a draft of this living document at nycga.net) where these oppressed voices can rally around in the audacious task of dreaming a better society. And as they join us and we join them, we fight together for the goals that appear on the square and reivent political agency as a way of life. The General Assemblies are the convergence channel of anti-oppression voices, can't we realize
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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that? Humanization, Emancipation, Solidarity.

-Alexandre M.S. Carvalho, M.D., MPH 2009 Reynolds Fellow mobile +1 914 563 4209 home +1 914 633 0415 www.nyu.edu/reynolds

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of grimwomyn september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] Adopting occupychicago and occupyatlanta Friday, September 30, 2011 7:25:09 AM

Terrific! And I am only as awesome as the inspiring souls I meet daily.... so that is to say, back at u and everyone who works so hard on this in everyway :) night On Sep 30, 2011 7:01 AM, "Lorenzo Serna" <lorenzo.serna@gmail.com> wrote: > Grim, > > You're awesome! I keep trying to thank you in person for all the work you've > been doing. Hopefully I'll run into you soon. > > I know the media team has been trying to compile on the ground contacts with > people at various occupations. We have a few solid contacts at chicago, and > I'll try to start looking for some in Atlanta. > > Thanks! > > Lorenzo > > On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 6:50 AM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: > >> I would like to suggest that a group from nyc reach out to the organizers >> in these two cities to offer ideas for actions, help, and support. They will >> also need promotion as well..... I would eat this one presently but dawn is >> breaking and I need some sleep.... >> >> Congrats everyone the achievements have been astonishing but until things >> begin to change for real... we cannot slack off..... >> >> Luv-grim >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Gary Roland september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] Adopting occupychicago and occupyatlanta Friday, September 30, 2011 8:59:10 AM

FYIToday I am meeting with the Pittsburgh organizers. Tomorrow Philly then Baltimore. If one pops up in Charleston SC after DC I will be able to make it there. I can also stop in Atlanta and Birmingham Alabama, before making my way to New Orleans, then Houston and Austin. If you pick up contacts in any of these cities please pass them along. Also, do you know who is running the OCCUPY TOGETHER website? Would love to get in contact with them. ~GARY On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 7:25 AM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: Terrific! And I am only as awesome as the inspiring souls I meet daily.... so that is to say, back at u and everyone who works so hard on this in everyway :) night On Sep 30, 2011 7:01 AM, "Lorenzo Serna" <lorenzo.serna@gmail.com> wrote: > Grim, > > You're awesome! I keep trying to thank you in person for all the work you've > been doing. Hopefully I'll run into you soon. > > I know the media team has been trying to compile on the ground contacts with > people at various occupations. We have a few solid contacts at chicago, and > I'll try to start looking for some in Atlanta. > > Thanks! > > Lorenzo > > On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 6:50 AM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: > >> I would like to suggest that a group from nyc reach out to the organizers >> in these two cities to offer ideas for actions, help, and support. They will >> also need promotion as well..... I would eat this one presently but dawn is >> breaking and I need some sleep.... >> >> Congrats everyone the achievements have been astonishing but until things >> begin to change for real... we cannot slack off..... >> >> Luv-grim >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Martin september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] Adopting occupychicago and occupyatlanta Friday, September 30, 2011 11:51:55 AM

Hey guys, I know lots of wobblies in the ATL who are probably involved with or interested in occupy Atlanta. If you wanna message me off list I can get you some contact information. Solidarity, Martin

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Lorenzo Serna september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] Adopting occupychicago and occupyatlanta Friday, September 30, 2011 7:01:26 AM

Grim, You're awesome! I keep trying to thank you in person for all the work you've been doing. Hopefully I'll run into you soon. I know the media team has been trying to compile on the ground contacts with people at various occupations. We have a few solid contacts at chicago, and I'll try to start looking for some in Atlanta. Thanks! Lorenzo On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 6:50 AM, grimwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote: I would like to suggest that a group from nyc reach out to the organizers in these two cities to offer ideas for actions, help, and support. They will also need promotion as well..... I would eat this one presently but dawn is breaking and I need some sleep.... Congrats everyone the achievements have been astonishing but until things begin to change for real... we cannot slack off..... Luv-grim

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of jemcgloin@verizon.net september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] An apology + a praise Friday, September 30, 2011 11:51:29 PM

thanks for everything justin you rock

On 09/29/11, J Wedes<jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: Hi everyone, I want to apology for being so curt, frank or put-offish with many of you in the past few days. I've realized that I've taken on too many roles and am trying to balance them all at the expense of doing any of them particularly well. I've also transferred some of that stress onto y'all, which isn't fair. I'm going to try to focus my efforts on two things: co-chairing the Community Relations Committee and cotweeting on the @OccupyWallStNYC feed. I'll also be training new folks to assist in those roles and other roles I've taken on by accident - shout out to Kira, especially, for being so amazingly helpful to me for no logical reason. I love you all and am committed to making this beautiful project flourish. Love and peace and music, Justin

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Kelley Wolcott september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] An apology + a praise Friday, September 30, 2011 3:52:24 AM

We still love you! And get some sleep dammit. That's an order. On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:50 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: Hi everyone, I want to apology for being so curt, frank or put-offish with many of you in the past few days. I've realized that I've taken on too many roles and am trying to balance them all at the expense of doing any of them particularly well. I've also transferred some of that stress onto y'all, which isn't fair. I'm going to try to focus my efforts on two things: co-chairing the Community Relations Committee and co-tweeting on the @OccupyWallStNYC feed. I'll also be training new folks to assist in those roles and other roles I've taken on by accident - shout out to Kira, especially, for being so amazingly helpful to me for no logical reason. I love you all and am committed to making this beautiful project flourish. Love and peace and music, Justin

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] Can someone from Labor Committee Please attend this Transport Workers Union meeting Friday?? They really want to support our effort! Thursday, September 29, 2011 10:42:49 AM

I think I can go. Depends on when 1199 slots me for. But they're in the same neighborhood and I'll have just done a similar thing so it'll be really convenient for me. I'll keep everyone posted in case there's a time conflict. JAM On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 10:38 AM, Babak K <bkarimi17@gmail.com> wrote: Hello: I would like to invite you to a community/labor support group for #occupywallstreet meeting to be held tomorrow september 30th at 11:30 place: TWU local 100 union office 1700 Broadway in manhattan NY ( across from the David letterman studio). Please RSVP by sending a reply to this email with your full name and contact info. Thank You, Christine Williams TWU local 100 718 781 3744 On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 9:59 PM, Luis Moreno-Caballud <morenocaballud@yahoo.es> wrote:

Terrific news!! Now, I think, we all have to work so that everyone perceives this as their movement. This march shouldn't be "a visit" to the "activists" at Liberty Park, but a way for more people join the movement. No one "owns" the movement, the movement is not the same as the space at Liberty Park, the movement can be everywhere. The movement is like a bonfire of empowerment and solidarity. People and groups approach the collective bonfire that everyone keeps alive at Liberty Park and they light their torches to take them with them... Let's make everyone feel at home! :)
On Sep 28, 2011, at 8:00 PM, Doug Singsen wrote: The Beyond May 12th Coalition of nonprofits and unions, which organized the massive march of 20,000 people on Wall St on May 12, has called a march from City Hall to Zucotti Park for Wed, Oct 5. While this won't be as big as May 12, which took months of preparation, it will be a significant show of support.

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Sent from my phone ---------- Forwarded message ---------From: "May Actions" <may12actions@gmail.com> Date: Sep 28, 2011 6:24 PM Subject: [May12-CC] Community-Labor March to Wall St./Zuccotti Park + Beyond May 12th Coalition meeting to plan for week of actions To: <may12-cc@googlegroups.com> COME JOIN BEYOND MAY 12TH FOR: Community Labor March to Wall St./Zuccotti Park - Let's march down to Wall Street to welcome the protesters and show the face of New Yorkers hardest hit by corporate greed. WHEN: October 5th at 4:30 pm WHERE: City Hall (250 Broadway) See attached flyer. Planning Meeting - Join labor unions, community organizations and activists as we lay out final plans for a Week of Actions Oct. 11-14 to tell politicians, millionaires, and bankers that the wealthy should pay their fair share. WHEN: Oct. 6 at 5:00 pm (not Oct. 4 as previously stated) WHERE: SEIU 32BJ, 101 Avenue of the Americas Please forward this email! For more info Contact: hannah.caruso@strongforall.org
**As a reminder we will have a direct action training September 29th from 7-9 pm at the Sixth Street Community Center (638 East Sixth Street).**

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http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Jackie DiSalvo september17@googlegroups.com RE: [september17discuss] Can someone from Labor Committee Please attend this Transport Workers Union meeting Friday?? They really want to support our effort! Thursday, September 29, 2011 11:00:24 AM

I can go.
From: september17@googlegroups.com [mailto:september17@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Babak K Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2011 10:39 AM To: september17@googlegroups.com Subject: [september17discuss] Can someone from Labor Committee Please attend this Transport Workers Union meeting Friday?? They really want to support our effort!

Hello: I would like to invite you to a community/labor support group for #occupywallstreet meeting to be held tomorrow september 30th at 11:30 place: TWU local 100 union office 1700 Broadway in manhattan NY ( across from the David letterman studio). Please RSVP by sending a reply to this email with your full name and contact info. Thank You, Christine Williams TWU local 100 718 781 3744 On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 9:59 PM, Luis Moreno-Caballud <morenocaballud@yahoo.es> wrote:
Terrific news!! Now, I think, we all have to work so that everyone perceives this as their movement. This march shouldn't be "a visit" to the "activists" at Liberty Park, but a way for more people join the movement. No one "owns" the movement, the movement is not the same as the space at Liberty Park, the movement can be everywhere. The movement is like a bonfire of empowerment and solidarity. People and groups approach the collective bonfire that everyone keeps alive at Liberty Park and they light their torches to take them with them... Let's make everyone feel at home! :)

On Sep 28, 2011, at 8:00 PM, Doug Singsen wrote:

The Beyond May 12th Coalition of nonprofits and unions, which organized the massive march of 20,000 people on Wall St on May 12, has called a march from City Hall to Zucotti Park for Wed, Oct 5. While this won't be as big as May 12, which took months of preparation, it will be a significant show of support. Sent from my phone
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---------- Forwardedmessage ---------From: "May Actions" <may12actions@gmail.com> Date: Sep 28, 2011 6:24 PM Subject: [May12-CC] Community-Labor March to Wall St./Zuccotti Park + Beyond May 12th Coalition meeting to plan for week of actions To: <may12-cc@googlegroups.com> COME JOIN BEYOND MAY 12TH FOR: Community Labor March to Wall St./Zuccotti Park - Let's march down to Wall Street to welcome the protesters and show the face of New Yorkers hardest hit by corporate greed. WHEN: October 5th at 4:30 pm WHERE: City Hall (250 Broadway) See attached flyer. Planning Meeting - Join labor unions, community organizations and activists as we lay out final plans for a Week of Actions Oct. 11-14 to tell politicians, millionaires, and bankers that the wealthy should pay their fair share. WHEN: Oct. 6 at 5:00 pm (not Oct. 4 as previously stated) WHERE: SEIU 32BJ, 101 Avenue of the Americas Please forward this email! For more info Contact: hannah.caruso@strongforall.org

**As a reminder we will have a direct action training September 29th from 7-9 pm at the Sixth Street Community Center (638 East Sixth Street).**

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Friday, September 30, 2011 11:05:02 PM

No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. JAM On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: Hi, all. If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL until tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media roll-out and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris Hayes on MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then let's play this up big. Here's their statement.
On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that corporate America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes they owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to work. We need jobs, not cuts. 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. and FL.

This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to train our medical team, the formulation and development of a committee to liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, mobilization on actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other labor support -- the works! We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was Dr. King's favorite union, while he lived). In solidarity! JAM -J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Kelley Wolcott september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Saturday, October 01, 2011 3:11:48 PM

Is it ok to announce it in GA tonight? I would like to be able to give a labor report and encourage everyone to attend the DC 37 rally on Tues. and the Beyond May 12th Coalition march on Wednesday. On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 12:09 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: tweeting now. On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 12:08 PM, Kelley Wolcott <misskellz@gmail.com> wrote: Wonderful news! Very exciting! On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:32 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: Will do! On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:29 AM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: > Yup. > > On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:27 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Can we tweet it yet? (@OccupyWallSt) Thanks >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:36 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: >> > >> > Awesome. Keep it up yall >> > >> > On Sep 30, 2011 11:32 PM, "Gary Roland" <opesr.nyc@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> >> >> Great job guys... >> >> >> >> ~GARY >> >> >> >> >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> >> wrote: >> >>> >> >>> You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joinso_n_987156.html >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson >> >>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com>
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>> >>> wrote: >> >>>> >> >>>> No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. >> >>>> >> >>>> JAM >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> >>>> wrote: >> >>>>> >> >>>>> It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! >> >>>>> >> >>>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson >> >>>>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> Hi, all. >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the >> >>>>>> country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL >> >>>>>> until >> >>>>>> tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media >> >>>>>> roll-out >> >>>>>> and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris >> >>>>>> Hayes on >> >>>>>> MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then >> >>>>>> let's >> >>>>>> play this up big. Here's their statement. >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>>> On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted >> >>>>>>> unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that >> >>>>>>> corporate >> >>>>>>> America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>>> Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes >> >>>>>>> they >> >>>>>>> owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to >> >>>>>>> work. We need >> >>>>>>> jobs, not cuts. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>>> 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It >> >>>>>>> represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. >> >>>>>>> and FL. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>> This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food,
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RNs to >> >>>>>> train our medical team, the formulation and development of a >> >>>>>> committee to >> >>>>>> liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, >> >>>>>> mobilization on >> >>>>>> actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other >> >>>>>> labor >> >>>>>> support -- the works! >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great >> >>>>>> organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was >> >>>>>> Dr. King's >> >>>>>> favorite union, while he lived). >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> In solidarity! >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> JAM >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> ->> >>>>>> J.A. Myerson >> >>>>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >> >>>>>> 347.688.0241 >> >>>>>> >> >>>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> ->> >>>> J.A. Myerson >> >>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >> >>>> 347.688.0241 >> >>>> >> >>> >> >> > > > > -> J.A. Myerson > http://www.jamyerson.com > 347.688.0241 >

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Saturday, October 01, 2011 3:58:42 PM

Absolutely. It's wide open now. Let's celebrate it! On Oct 1, 2011 3:11 PM, "Kelley Wolcott" <misskellz@gmail.com> wrote: > Is it ok to announce it in GA tonight? I would like to be able to give a > labor report and encourage everyone to attend the DC 37 rally on Tues. and > the Beyond May 12th Coalition march on Wednesday. > > On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 12:09 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: > >> tweeting now. >> >> On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 12:08 PM, Kelley Wolcott <misskellz@gmail.com>wrote: >> >>> Wonderful news! Very exciting! >>> >>> >>> On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:32 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: >>> >>>> Will do! >>>> >>>> On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:29 AM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> >>>> wrote: >>>> > Yup. >>>> > >>>> > On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:27 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: >>>> >> >>>> >> Can we tweet it yet? (@OccupyWallSt) Thanks >>>> >> >>>> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:36 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: >>>> >> > >>>> >> > Awesome. Keep it up yall >>>> >> > >>>> >> > On Sep 30, 2011 11:32 PM, "Gary Roland" <opesr.nyc@gmail.com> >>>> wrote: >>>> >> >> >>>> >> >> Great job guys... >>>> >> >> >>>> >> >> ~GARY >>>> >> >> >>>> >> >> >>>> >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, gail zawacki < >>>> witsendnj@gmail.com> >>>> >> >> wrote: >>>> >> >>> >>>> >> >>> You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: >>>> >> >>> >>>> >> >>>
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>>>> >> >>> >>>> >> >>> >>>> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joinso_n_987156.html >>>> >> >>> >>>> >> >>> >>>> >> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson >>>> >> >>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> >>>> >> >>> wrote: >>>> >> >>>> >>>> >> >>>> No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. >>>> >> >>>> >>>> >> >>>> JAM >>>> >> >>>> >>>> >> >>>> >>>> >> >>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki < >>>> witsendnj@gmail.com> >>>> >> >>>> wrote: >>>> >> >>>>> >>>> >> >>>>> It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! >>>> >> >>>>> >>>> >> >>>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson >>>> >> >>>>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: >>>> >> >>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>> Hi, all. >>>> >> >>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>> If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in >>>> the >>>> >> >>>>>> country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL >>>> >> >>>>>> until >>>> >> >>>>>> tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on >>>> media >>>> >> >>>>>> roll-out >>>> >> >>>>>> and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with >>>> Chris >>>> >> >>>>>> Hayes on >>>> >> >>>>>> MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and >>>> then >>>> >> >>>>>> let's >>>> >> >>>>>> play this up big. Here's their statement. >>>> >> >>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>>> On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership >>>> voted >>>> >> >>>>>>> unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that >>>> >> >>>>>>> corporate >>>> >> >>>>>>> America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. >>>> >> >>>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>>> Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in >>>> taxes >>>> >> >>>>>>> they
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>>>> >> >>>>>>> owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to >>>> >> >>>>>>> work. We need >>>> >> >>>>>>> jobs, not cuts. >>>> >> >>>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>>> 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It >>>> >> >>>>>>> represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington >>>> D.C. >>>> >> >>>>>>> and FL. >>>> >> >>>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>> This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, >>>> RNs to >>>> >> >>>>>> train our medical team, the formulation and development of a >>>> >> >>>>>> committee to >>>> >> >>>>>> liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, >>>> >> >>>>>> mobilization on >>>> >> >>>>>> actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other >>>> >> >>>>>> labor >>>> >> >>>>>> support -- the works! >>>> >> >>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>> We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the >>>> great >>>> >> >>>>>> organizations working for justice and equality in America (it >>>> was >>>> >> >>>>>> Dr. King's >>>> >> >>>>>> favorite union, while he lived). >>>> >> >>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>> In solidarity! >>>> >> >>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>> JAM >>>> >> >>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>>> ->>>> >> >>>>>> J.A. Myerson >>>> >> >>>>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >>>> >> >>>>>> 347.688.0241 >>>> >> >>>>>> >>>> >> >>>>> >>>> >> >>>> >>>> >> >>>> >>>> >> >>>> >>>> >> >>>> ->>>> >> >>>> J.A. Myerson >>>> >> >>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >>>> >> >>>> 347.688.0241 >>>> >> >>>> >>>> >> >>> >>>> >> >> >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > ->>>> > J.A. Myerson
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>>>> > http://www.jamyerson.com >>>> > 347.688.0241 >>>> > >>>> >>> >>> >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of gail zawacki september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Friday, September 30, 2011 11:16:50 PM

You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joinso_n_987156.html On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. JAM On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: Hi, all. If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL until tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media roll-out and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris Hayes on MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then let's play this up big. Here's their statement.
On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that corporate America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes they owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to work. We need jobs, not cuts. 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. and FL.

This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to train our medical team, the formulation and development of a committee to liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, mobilization on actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other labor support -- the works! We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was Dr. King's favorite union, while he lived). In solidarity!

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JAM -J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

-J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Gary Roland september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Friday, September 30, 2011 11:32:26 PM

Great job guys... ~GARY On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joinso_n_987156.html On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. JAM On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: Hi, all. If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL until tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media roll-out and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris Hayes on MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then let's play this up big. Here's their statement.
On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that corporate America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes they owe to middleclass Americans so this country can get back to work. We need jobs, not cuts. 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. and FL.

This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to train our medical team, the formulation and development of a committee to liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, mobilization on actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other labor support -- the works! We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great
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organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was Dr. King's favorite union, while he lived). In solidarity! JAM -J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

-J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Friday, September 30, 2011 11:36:30 PM

Awesome. Keep it up yall On Sep 30, 2011 11:32 PM, "Gary Roland" <opesr.nyc@gmail.com> wrote: > > Great job guys... > > ~GARY > > > On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: >> >> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joinso_n_987156.html >> >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: >>> >>> No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. >>> >>> JAM >>> >>> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> wrote: >>>> >>>> It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! >>>> >>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: >>>>> >>>>> Hi, all. >>>>> >>>>> If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL until tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media roll-out and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris Hayes on MSNBC (big platform, very prolabor host, &c.) -- tune in and then let's play this up big. Here's their statement. >>>>> >>>>>> On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that corporate America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. >>>>>> >>>>>> Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes they owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to work. We need jobs, not
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cuts. >>>>>> >>>>>> 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. and FL. >>>>>> >>>>> This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to train our medical team, the formulation and development of a committee to liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, mobilization on actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other labor support -- the works! >>>>> >>>>> We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was Dr. King's favorite union, while he lived). >>>>> >>>>> In solidarity! >>>>> >>>>> JAM >>>>> >>>>> ->>>>> J.A. Myerson >>>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >>>>> 347.688.0241 >>>>> >>>> >>> >>> >>> >>> ->>> J.A. Myerson >>> http://www.jamyerson.com >>> 347.688.0241 >>> >> >

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Ben september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Saturday, October 01, 2011 10:27:24 AM

Can we tweet it yet? (@OccupyWallSt) Thanks On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:36 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: > > Awesome. Keep it up yall > > On Sep 30, 2011 11:32 PM, "Gary Roland" <opesr.nyc@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Great job guys... >> >> ~GARY >> >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> wrote: >>> >>> You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: >>> >>> >>> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joins-o_n_987156.html >>> >>> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> >>> wrote: >>>> >>>> No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. >>>> >>>> JAM >>>> >>>> >>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >>>> wrote: >>>>> >>>>> It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! >>>>> >>>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson >>>>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: >>>>>> >>>>>> Hi, all. >>>>>> >>>>>> If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the >>>>>> country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL until >>>>>> tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media roll-out >>>>>> and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris Hayes on >>>>>> MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then let's >>>>>> play this up big. Here's their statement. >>>>>> >>>>>>> On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted >>>>>>> unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that corporate >>>>>>> America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. >>>>>>> >>>>>>> Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes they >>>>>>> owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to work. We need

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>>>>>>> jobs, not cuts. >>>>>>> >>>>>>> 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It >>>>>>> represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. and FL. >>>>>>> >>>>>> This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to >>>>>> train our medical team, the formulation and development of a committee to >>>>>> liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, mobilization on >>>>>> actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other labor >>>>>> support -- the works! >>>>>> >>>>>> We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great >>>>>> organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was Dr. King's >>>>>> favorite union, while he lived). >>>>>> >>>>>> In solidarity! >>>>>> >>>>>> JAM >>>>>> >>>>>> ->>>>>> J.A. Myerson >>>>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >>>>>> 347.688.0241 >>>>>> >>>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> ->>>> J.A. Myerson >>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >>>> 347.688.0241 >>>> >>> >>

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J.A. Myerson september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Saturday, October 01, 2011 10:30:17 AM

Yup. On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:27 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: Can we tweet it yet? (@OccupyWallSt) Thanks On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:36 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: > > Awesome. Keep it up yall > > On Sep 30, 2011 11:32 PM, "Gary Roland" <opesr.nyc@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Great job guys... >> >> ~GARY >> >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> wrote: >>> >>> You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: >>> >>> >>> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joinso_n_987156.html >>> >>> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> >>> wrote: >>>> >>>> No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. >>>> >>>> JAM >>>> >>>> >>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >>>> wrote: >>>>> >>>>> It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! >>>>> >>>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson >>>>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: >>>>>> >>>>>> Hi, all. >>>>>> >>>>>> If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the >>>>>> country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL until >>>>>> tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media
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roll-out >>>>>> and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris Hayes on >>>>>> MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then let's >>>>>> play this up big. Here's their statement. >>>>>> >>>>>>> On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted >>>>>>> unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that corporate >>>>>>> America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. >>>>>>> >>>>>>> Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes they >>>>>>> owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to work. We need >>>>>>> jobs, not cuts. >>>>>>> >>>>>>> 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It >>>>>>> represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. and FL. >>>>>>> >>>>>> This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to >>>>>> train our medical team, the formulation and development of a committee to >>>>>> liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, mobilization on >>>>>> actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other labor >>>>>> support -- the works! >>>>>> >>>>>> We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great >>>>>> organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was Dr. King's >>>>>> favorite union, while he lived). >>>>>> >>>>>> In solidarity! >>>>>> >>>>>> JAM >>>>>> >>>>>> ->>>>>> J.A. Myerson >>>>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >>>>>> 347.688.0241 >>>>>> >>>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> ->>>> J.A. Myerson >>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >>>> 347.688.0241 >>>> >>> >>

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-J.A. Myerson http://www.jamyerson.com 347.688.0241

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Ben september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Saturday, October 01, 2011 10:32:31 AM

Will do! On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:29 AM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: > Yup. > > On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:27 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Can we tweet it yet? (@OccupyWallSt) Thanks >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:36 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: >> > >> > Awesome. Keep it up yall >> > >> > On Sep 30, 2011 11:32 PM, "Gary Roland" <opesr.nyc@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> >> >> Great job guys... >> >> >> >> ~GARY >> >> >> >> >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> >> wrote: >> >>> >> >>> You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joins-o_n_987156.html >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson >> >>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> >> >>> wrote: >> >>>> >> >>>> No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. >> >>>> >> >>>> JAM >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> >>>> wrote: >> >>>>> >> >>>>> It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! >> >>>>> >> >>>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson >> >>>>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> Hi, all. >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the >> >>>>>> country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL >> >>>>>> until >> >>>>>> tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media

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>> >>>>>> roll-out >> >>>>>> and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris >> >>>>>> Hayes on >> >>>>>> MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then >> >>>>>> let's >> >>>>>> play this up big. Here's their statement. >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>>> On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted >> >>>>>>> unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that >> >>>>>>> corporate >> >>>>>>> America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>>> Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes >> >>>>>>> they >> >>>>>>> owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to >> >>>>>>> work. We need >> >>>>>>> jobs, not cuts. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>>> 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It >> >>>>>>> represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. >> >>>>>>> and FL. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>> This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to >> >>>>>> train our medical team, the formulation and development of a >> >>>>>> committee to >> >>>>>> liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, >> >>>>>> mobilization on >> >>>>>> actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other >> >>>>>> labor >> >>>>>> support -- the works! >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great >> >>>>>> organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was >> >>>>>> Dr. King's >> >>>>>> favorite union, while he lived). >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> In solidarity! >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> JAM >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> ->> >>>>>> J.A. Myerson >> >>>>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >> >>>>>> 347.688.0241 >> >>>>>> >> >>>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> ->> >>>> J.A. Myerson >> >>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >> >>>> 347.688.0241 >> >>>> >> >>> >> >> > > > > --

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> J.A. Myerson > http://www.jamyerson.com > 347.688.0241 >

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Kelley Wolcott september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Saturday, October 01, 2011 12:08:12 PM

Wonderful news! Very exciting! On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:32 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: Will do! On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:29 AM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: > Yup. > > On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:27 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Can we tweet it yet? (@OccupyWallSt) Thanks >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:36 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: >> > >> > Awesome. Keep it up yall >> > >> > On Sep 30, 2011 11:32 PM, "Gary Roland" <opesr.nyc@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> >> >> Great job guys... >> >> >> >> ~GARY >> >> >> >> >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> >> wrote: >> >>> >> >>> You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joinso_n_987156.html >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson >> >>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> >> >>> wrote: >> >>>> >> >>>> No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. >> >>>> >> >>>> JAM >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> >>>> wrote: >> >>>>>
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>> >>>>> It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! >> >>>>> >> >>>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson >> >>>>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> Hi, all. >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the >> >>>>>> country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL >> >>>>>> until >> >>>>>> tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media >> >>>>>> roll-out >> >>>>>> and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris >> >>>>>> Hayes on >> >>>>>> MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then >> >>>>>> let's >> >>>>>> play this up big. Here's their statement. >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>>> On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted >> >>>>>>> unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that >> >>>>>>> corporate >> >>>>>>> America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>>> Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes >> >>>>>>> they >> >>>>>>> owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to >> >>>>>>> work. We need >> >>>>>>> jobs, not cuts. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>>> 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It >> >>>>>>> represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. >> >>>>>>> and FL. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>> This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to >> >>>>>> train our medical team, the formulation and development of a >> >>>>>> committee to >> >>>>>> liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, >> >>>>>> mobilization on >> >>>>>> actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other >> >>>>>> labor >> >>>>>> support -- the works! >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great >> >>>>>> organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was >> >>>>>> Dr. King's >> >>>>>> favorite union, while he lived). >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> In solidarity! >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> JAM
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>> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> ->> >>>>>> J.A. Myerson >> >>>>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >> >>>>>> 347.688.0241 >> >>>>>> >> >>>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> ->> >>>> J.A. Myerson >> >>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >> >>>> 347.688.0241 >> >>>> >> >>> >> >> > > > > -> J.A. Myerson > http://www.jamyerson.com > 347.688.0241 >

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september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of J Wedes september17@googlegroups.com Re: [september17discuss] CONFIDENTIAL (so far): 1199/SEIU support Saturday, October 01, 2011 12:09:42 PM

tweeting now. On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 12:08 PM, Kelley Wolcott <misskellz@gmail.com> wrote: Wonderful news! Very exciting! On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:32 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: Will do! On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:29 AM, J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: > Yup. > > On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 10:27 AM, Ben <bf0189@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> Can we tweet it yet? (@OccupyWallSt) Thanks >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:36 PM, J Wedes <jwedes@gmail.com> wrote: >> > >> > Awesome. Keep it up yall >> > >> > On Sep 30, 2011 11:32 PM, "Gary Roland" <opesr.nyc@gmail.com> wrote: >> >> >> >> Great job guys... >> >> >> >> ~GARY >> >> >> >> >> >> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:16 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> >> wrote: >> >>> >> >>> You're right, sorry, I had it mixed up with this one: >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/29/nyc-transit-union-joinso_n_987156.html >> >>> >> >>> >> >>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 11:04 PM, J.A. Myerson >> >>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> >> >>> wrote: >> >>>> >> >>>> No you didn't. The vote didn't even happen until 1:30 or so. >> >>>> >> >>>> JAM >> >>>>
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>> >>>> >> >>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:38 PM, gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com> >> >>>> wrote: >> >>>>> >> >>>>> It IS wonderful but I read that story this morning on HuffPo! >> >>>>> >> >>>>> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:01 PM, J.A. Myerson >> >>>>> <jesse.myerson@gmail.com> wrote: >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> Hi, all. >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> If you haven't heard: today, 1199, the largest local union in the >> >>>>>> country, voted unanimously to support us. THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL >> >>>>>> until >> >>>>>> tomorrow morning. The 1199 press team is working with us on media >> >>>>>> roll-out >> >>>>>> and agreed that I should break the story tomorrow on Up with Chris >> >>>>>> Hayes on >> >>>>>> MSNBC (big platform, very pro-labor host, &c.) -- tune in and then >> >>>>>> let's >> >>>>>> play this up big. Here's their statement. >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>>> On Friday, September 30th, 1199 SEIUs executive leadership voted >> >>>>>>> unanimously to support the Wall Street protesters demand that >> >>>>>>> corporate >> >>>>>>> America be held accountable for the current economic crisis. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>>> Corporations and the wealthy should pay the fair share in taxes >> >>>>>>> they >> >>>>>>> owe to middle-class Americans so this country can get back to >> >>>>>>> work. We need >> >>>>>>> jobs, not cuts. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>>> 1199 SEIU is the largest healthcare workers union in NY. It >> >>>>>>> represents over 350,000 workers in NY, NJ, MA, MD, Washington D.C. >> >>>>>>> and FL. >> >>>>>>> >> >>>>>> This support is going to be amazing: 1 week's worth of food, RNs to >> >>>>>> train our medical team, the formulation and development of a >> >>>>>> committee to >> >>>>>> liaise with us, continued support as conditions change, >> >>>>>> mobilization on >> >>>>>> actions, a motion to the Central Labor Council to recruit other >> >>>>>> labor >> >>>>>> support -- the works!
Emails come from PST files that were linked to a post on biggovernment.com by Thomas Ryan. PDF by www.teapartycheer.com

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>> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> We ought to be awfully proud of this one; 1199 is one of the great >> >>>>>> organizations working for justice and equality in America (it was >> >>>>>> Dr. King's >> >>>>>> favorite union, while he lived). >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> In solidarity! >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> JAM >> >>>>>> >> >>>>>> ->> >>>>>> J.A. Myerson >> >>>>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >> >>>>>> 347.688.0241 >> >>>>>> >> >>>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> >> >>>> ->> >>>> J.A. Myerson >> >>>> http://www.jamyerson.com >> >>>> 347.688.0241 >> >>>> >> >>> >> >> > > > > -> J.A. Myerson > http://www.jamyerson.com > 347.688.0241 >

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