Vote! Your Favorite Moment from 9.04 General Assembly


Schedule 9/05 – 9/11

 

-TUESDAYS 6PM:  Occupy Harrisonburg General Assembly, Court Square Zeebo (the Gazebo/Spring House)

-WEDNESDAYS, 10AM til NOON:  Occupy the New Community Project Sustainable Living Homestead.  715 N. Main Street, Harrisonburg.  Each week we join Tom Benevento, Aaron Johnston and friends to do carpentry and gardening.   Occupy your community.

-SATURDAY 9/08:  Monthly Move-Your-Money and Cash Mob!  Meet 10:30 am at Zeebo/Gazebo/Spring House at Court Square to hand out fliers.  11:30am Cash Mob at Merengue Caribbean restaurant, 20 South Main Street Harrisonburg, VA.

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Schedule August 28 – September 4

-TUESDAYS 6PM:  Occupy Harrisonburg General Assembly, Court Square Zeebo (the Gazebo/Spring House)

-WEDNESDAYS, 10AM til NOON:  Occupy the New Community Project Sustainable Living Homestead.  715 N. Main Street, Harrisonburg.  Each week we join Tom Benevento, Aaron Johnston and friends to do carpentry and gardening.   Occupy your community.


Are You Ready for #S17?

A year in Occupy begins on #S17.  How will you participate?

 


First Systemic Report on NYPD Abuse of Occupy

The Guardian

From The Guardian:

“The first systematic look at the New York police department’s response to Occupy Wall Street protests paints a damning picture of an out-of-control and aggressive organization that routinely acted beyond its powers.

In a report that followed an eight-month study (pdf), researchers at the law schools of NYU and Fordham accuse the NYPD of deploying unnecessarily aggressive force, routinely obstructing press freedoms and making arbitrary and baseless arrests.

The study, published on Tuesday, found evidence that police made violent late-night raids on peaceful encampments, obstructed independent legal monitors and was opaque about its policies.

The NYPD report is the first of a series to look at how police authorities in five US cities, including Oakland and Boston, have treated the Occupy movement since it began in September 2011. The research concludes that there now is a systematic effort by authorities to suppress protests, even when these are lawful and pose no threat to the public.

Click here for the full article.


Vote! Your Favorite Moment from 7.24 GA?


Schedule July 19 – August 27

Occupy Harrisonburg

-TUESDAYS 6PM:  Occupy Harrisonburg General Assembly, Court Square Zeebo (the Gazebo/Spring House)

-WEDNESDAYS, 10AM til NOON:  Occupy the New Community Project Sustainable Living Homestead.  715 N. Main Street, Harrisonburg.  Each week we join Tom Benevento, Aaron Johnston and friends to do carpentry and gardening.   Occupy your community.


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