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Occupy These Upcoming Events
Wednesday, June 27th, 8:00am
- Occupy The Citi
- Citigroup Building - One Court Square- Long Island City
- Occupy Astoria LIC invites everyone for a day of public outrage and education, with special guests, as we #OccupyTheCiti. Four years ago, Citigroup and the Wall Street banks crashed the world economy. We will gather, hold teach-ins, and speak truth to power.
- June 24 2012 #OccuPride NYC - Occupy Wall St
- Occupy Wall Street contingent at NYC Pride reclaiming the parade for community, not corporations.
- Not Your Typical Job Seeking Experiment: An Open Letter to SNL's Lorne Michaels
- Huffington Post (satire)
At a time when the federal government and law enforcement has failed to provide solutions for homeowners in crisis, the Occupy Homes movement is critical.
Issue #3 of the Project List is out! The OWS Project list is a bi-monthly listing of NYC-wide Occupy projects. With descriptions of each project and contact info, this is the perfect place to start if you have yet to find your Occu-niche. View the new Project List online here.
Support the Cruz Family, Thursday, June 21st, 1PM: PNC Bank branch, 340 Madison Avenue between 43rd and 44th streets
"...the mass incarceration of people of color is the mass incarceration of people who are then unable to join those movements because they are in prison." -Kimber Heinz, Global Justice Working Group
First, they occupied the factory to get their wages from the bosses that owned the machinery. Then, they occupied their factory to keep the second bosses from shutting down their machinery. And, now, they are on their way to owning and running the machinery.
The group of workers who occupied their Chicago factory in 2008 and again in 2012 incorporated a worker-run cooperative on May 30, 2012. The factory window makers will take over was formerly owned by Republic Windows and Doors and then Serious Energy, and will now be run by New Era Windows, LLC.
"We ask for nothing that is not right, and herein lies the great power of our demand." -Paul Robeson