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Cafe de Cleyre: Direct Action Reading Group and Film Series

Dear Direct Actionists, Anarchists, Anti-Authoritarians, Autonomists, Agitators, Instigators, Incendiaries, Troublemakers, Rabble-Rousers, Radicals, Revolutionaries, Fomenters, Firebrands, Malcontents, Mischief Makers, Miscreants, Movers and Shakers:

Will LIBOR Finally Sink the Banksters?

At one time, calling the large multinational banks a “cartel” branded you as a conspiracy theorist. Today the banking giants are being called that and worse, not just in the major media but in court documents intended to prove the allegations as facts. Charges include racketeering (organized crime under the U.S. Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act or RICO), antitrust violations, wire fraud, bid-rigging, and price-fixing. Damning charges have already been proven, and major damages and penalties assessed. Conspiracy theory has become established fact.

S17 Education Assembly

S17, Occupy's one-year anniversary, is just around the corner!

This is a call for all groups planning education-related activities to come together and coordinate actions, resources, needs, etc.

If you aren't involved in a group, but want to help plan educational events for S17, this meeting is also for you!

Hope to see everyone on Saturday!

Debt Assembly and Conversation About "Six Ways of Being in Debt"

#Strikedebt Assembly

We all have debt. Student Debt, mortgage debt, healthcare debt, credit-card debt, and more: debt is the tie that binds the 99%. Debt is the primary tool that the 1% mafia uses to extract profits from the 99%.

Weekly Round-up

Something big is happening in Sunset Park. Tenants are demanding liveable conditions and a response to the 400 documented housing violations in their building. For years residents in these three buildings have been living in fear of fires, electrical blackouts and disease-triggering agents like mold, cockroaches and rats. Despite numerous complaints made to city agencies and politicians’ offices, these violations continue to threaten the lives of dozens of residents.  

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