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OWS Updates for Dec. 12 - 18

Posted 1 year ago on Dec. 12, 2012, 4:58 p.m. EST by OccupyWallSt
Tags: events, occupy sandy, strike debt, nyc

We don't know when the next flood or economic storm will hit. But it will, and our networks of resistance and solidarity will be even more necessary, even more fruitful.

Below, you will find ways to engage in our mutual recovery from the man-made disaster of climate change, debt and financial collapse.

This Sunday, Strike Debt is hosting a regional open house and Holiday festival to celebrate the success of the Rolling Jubilee Telethon which raised over $471,999 to abolish $9,444,811 of debt!

Join us to celebrate and learn about Strike Debt projects while enjoying food, art, music, (even a children’s area) with allies including Occupy Sandy, Northeast Strike Debt Affiliates, faith groups and community organizations. Hope to see you there!

-- from the ‘Your Inbox: Occupied’ team

Occupy These Actions & Events

EVERY DAY
Volunteer with Occupy Sandy
520 Clinton St., Brooklyn, C Train to Clinton/Washington.

Join us every day to help in the Rockaways, Coney Island, Staten Island, Sheepshead Bay and Red Hook. There continue to be thousands of New Yorkers in need of help restoring their homes from mold and other damage. New and returning volunteers are welcome to meet at 520 Clinton to be sent to help at recovery sites around the city.

Wednesday, December 12th, 7pm
The Legacy of the Puerto Rican Art Workers Coalition: A Talk with Yasmin Ramirez
Taller Boricua, 1680 Lexington Avenue

OWS Arts & Labor invites you to a talk about The Puerto Rican Art Workers Coalition (PRAWC), where art workers in New York City came together to demand reforms to the exploitative and exclusionary practices of the art world.

Saturday, December 15th
Rebuild the City: Restore Power to the People

We are living in mold, without heat or sanitation. We need local emergency housing, emergency mold remediation, and an end to the red tape. FEMA isn’t listening. The Mayor isn’t listening. We are doing the work ourselves. Sunday, we come together to ask the government: Will you work with us?

12pm Community Rallies:
Rockaways - Parking lot at Mott Ave and 21st st.
Staten Island - 1128 Olympia Boulevard, Across St. Margaret Mary's Church
5pm City Wide Convergence @ Mayor Bloomberg’s home:
17 East 79th btwn 5th Ave & Madison Ave

Sunday, December 16th, 2pm
A Winter’s Jubilee: Strike Debt Regional Open House and Holiday Festival
55 Walker St., Manhattan

Interested in Strike Debt? Want to join up and help build a global debt resistance movement? Just want to learn what a global debt resistance movement might look like? Come to this open house & holiday festival hosted by Strike Debt NYC, featuring special guests Silvia Federici, George Caffentzis, and more! Bring your friends and family, Jubilation is in the air!

Sunday, December 16th, 3pm
Neil Barofsky Visits OWS Alternative Banking
Room 411 of the Columbia University International Affairs Building at 118th and Amsterdam

Neil Barofsky, author of Bailout and former Special Inspector General of Tarp, has agreed to visit the Alternative Banking group of Occupy. He’s joining us at our regular weekly Sunday meeting time up at Columbia. Everyone is welcome, please come with questions for Neil. We will assume the audience has read his book.

Tuesday, December 18th, 8pm
Immortal Technique Hip Hop Jam for Sandy Relief
Brooklyn Bowl

Immortal Technique and Music For Occupy team up to bring you a dope night of REAL Hip Hop to to provide much needed relief to NYC and beyond from the devastating effects Hurricane Sandy brought to our city. For more information please contact us at musicforoccupy@gmail.com $15.00 minimum donation. Proceeds to go to "Occupy Sandy" relief efforts.

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[-] 1 points by sufinaga (513) 1 year ago

we are doing very well "dealing with the problem from the ground up" and this is the solid basis for what is happening to us but we are not facing up to divisive issues and agents provocateur and corporate zombies mouthing platitudes but incapable of thinking for themselves who are controlled by the elite! the faith groups and freemasons are the main problem with their hidden agenda, misanthrope beliefs/delusions! blood sacrifice preaching is morally unacceptable. putting images of a man nailed to a cross into children's minds (AND MY MIND!) are morally unacceptable!

[-] 1 points by donnaisabella (1) 1 year ago

As a Christian, I am not interested in following a godless movement that will not respect my beliefs. However, I do believe in what OWS stands for and they have my support as long as we acknowledge our differences and agree to work around them. We will not get anywhere by bashing one another's beliefs. If putting a cross with a man on the cross is a disturbing or unacceptable thing to you, it is not me. I would not want to force you to take my stand but I would appreciate if you respect my desire to do that. We cannot continue trying to stand on this foot or the other, how many experiments do we need before we know what we want as a world? As a people, how we do life is pretty much determined, what we need is the mere understanding that we will never all be on the same page but we can respect one another's views and learn to live in harmony. I wan that more than anything. I want a world in which we all have respect and can agree to disagree on issues that concern us.

[-] 1 points by sufinaga (513) 1 year ago

christians do not treat us as equals. they look down on us as sinners! they are here to recruit for their damned community and break up our occupy community. christianity is a corporate religion. they support the prohibition of marijuana and stop and frisk. christians follow their corporate policy and do not think for themselves.

[-] 1 points by Builder (4202) 1 year ago

Christians that look down on anyone are sinners.

I'm yet to meet a bigger bunch of hypocrites than your usual evangelistic do-gooder god-botherers.

[-] 1 points by sufinaga (513) 1 year ago

the only obstacle to enlightenment is looking down on others. the only path to true democracy, reasoning together, is ending the prohibition of marijuana. the gospel is a money shark scam. christians prey upon others. they put their sins on jesus being their scapegoat, totally morally reprehensible. preaching being washed in the blood of the lamb is satanism. they shove dead jesus down our throats in their satanic communion. they are the ENEMY WITHIN our beautiful revolutionary community.