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Our First Anniversary is Fast Approaching + Upcoming Events Aug. 1st-11th

Posted 2 years ago on Aug. 1, 2012, 12:29 p.m. EST by OccupyWallSt

September 17, 2011 marked the beginning of Occupy Wall Street, and anticipation for our one-year anniversary is growing as we plan an international convergence in New York City. Everyone is encouraged to join and add their voice during our September 17 planning meetings on Monday evenings. Not in NYC? There's a lot you can do for #S17 even if you're not local as well.

Occupy these Actions and Assemblies

Wednesday, August 1st, 7:30pm
“Jail the Bankers or Abolish the Jails?”
Brecht Forum, 451 West Street, New York
Truthout presents a conversation about American justice today. Join us for a panel discussion about unpunished excesses in the financial sector, police repression and mass incarceration.

Thursday, August 2nd, 6:00pm
Occupy Tech Training - Civi and Salsa
33 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn
We had a great training last week and we are doing it again so more can participate. Using our constituent management database, both strategy and software, it will be an open source CiviCRM and Progressive Proprietary Salsa CRM.

Friday, August 3rd, 4:00pm
Wake Up Wall Street: Condemn Citizens United
Liberty Plaza (Zuccotti Park)
Corporations are not people, money is not speech! Join us for the 3rd in a series of condemnations of Citizens United. As long as our democracy is hijacked by big corporate money, there will be no business as usual. Last time Wake Up Wall Street hit Goldman Sachs. What flagrantly corrupting donor will we surprise this week? We will meet initially at Zucotti park at 6pm, march to confront our target, and then meet for debriefing/think tank after the action at a nearby bar.

Saturday, August 4th, 2:00pm
S17 Education Assembly
Washington Square Park

Saturday, August 4th, 1:00pm
Radical Walking Tours
South Bronx River Watershed – Boston Road @ W Farms Rd.
Engage the city, your body, and others, by putting yourself in motion to engage the political, ecological, and your embodied urban environment – New York City.

Sunday August 5th, 2:00pm
‘Six Ways of Being in Debt’
Washington Square Park
After the weekly Strike Debt meeting, Occupy University invites you to join Richard Dienst, author of "The Bonds of Debt." Richard will offer an outline for different ways people find themselves indebted.

Sunday August 5th, 3:00pm
OWS Archives Public Meeting
Tentative Location* - Judson Memorial Church
“Who will maintain the archives for Occupy Wall Street?” The OWS Archives working group invites OWS activists and the Occupy-interested public to a solutions-oriented discussion on how to deal with our physical items.

Tuesday, August 7th, 4:30pm
#OccupySaks 5th Avenue
5th Avenue and E 50th St.
Telecommunications magnate, and "world's richest man", Carlos Slim is responsible for overcharging Mexico's rural poor over $129 billion. Join Mexico’s Dos Paises Una Voz, Yo Soy 132, labor & Occupy Wall Street activists as we confront Slim at Saks Fifth Avenue, where he owns the largest private stake. We will bum rush the store, and flood it with the 99%.

Tuesday, August 7th, 6:00pm (and every Tuesday)
Cafe de Cleyre: Direct Action Reading & Film Group
16 Beaver Street
From the occupation of Zuccotti Park to the May Day General Strike, the Occupy movement has engaged in direct action. As a result there has been a renewed interest in the concept and its history. Let us take this opportunity to deepen our collective understanding! Facebook page.

Tuesday, August 7th, 6:30pm
Documentaries for the 99%: SIR! NO SIR!” – The G.I. Revolt
Church of the Redeemer, 30-14 Crescent Street at 30th Avenue
Join Occupy Astoria for our ongoing Film Series. The suppressed story of the GI movement to end the war in Vietnam.

Wednesday, August 8th, 5:00-7:30pm
Occupy Gracie Mansion
Gracie Mansion, 1670 York Ave, New York
The Occupy Wall Street Disability Caucus invites you to a non-violent protest action open to all who wish to publicly show their dissent regarding Mayor Bloomberg’s policies against all marginalized groups.

Saturday, August 11th, 11:00am-7:00pm
Occupy Town Square - Long Island/Astoria
Astoria Park, 21 Hoyt Avenue North, Queens
Occupy Astoria LIC will be sponsoring the all-day “Occupy Town Square” democracy gathering and picnic in Astoria Park. This will be the 8th in Occupy Town Square’s series of pop-up occupations!

Daily #OccupyUnionSq Info Table
@OWSUnionSquare
Every day Occupy Union Square has an info table open and staffed, acting as a hub to promote the constant flurry of events and meetings occurring across OWS.

For Text Message alerts on your cellphone about daily events, actions, and important information, sign up for the ComHub SMS blasts by texting @owscom to 23559.

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[-] 2 points by Manna (85) 2 years ago

I wonder what is the purpose of a president.

[-] 1 points by gledis (1) 2 years ago

Governments are the problem, the people are not the problem.

Before there were governments, the world was very peaceful.

After there were governments, the world has become very violent.

Get rid of the governments and let the people enjoy a peaceful world again.

[-] 0 points by TrevorMnemonic (5827) 2 years ago

Please post and share video updates of these events if possible

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[-] -2 points by rpc972 (628) from Portland, OR 2 years ago

Let's get out the VOTE this November 6th!!!

Don't Repeat 2010 EVER Again!!

Turnout like Big $ Turns Out!!

Make OWS Effect Real Change, Resurrect Our democracy!!