DEC 3rd UNITY ACTION, 5pm tentatively at SEIU615 26 West Street
DECEMBER 3 UNITY + COMMUNITY RALLY -- THE 99% SPEAK OUT!
On December 3, occupiers, activists, and community members will be holding a distributed march and rally across Boston, starting in neighborhoods across the city and culminating with a speak-out in Copley Square. It's a chance for the wider Boston community to meet the 99 percent, and for the 99 percent to organize visibly around ALL the issues that matter to us.
We need your help! The basic idea: from 10-12, everyone takes a street corner. Whatever your issue is -- Economy, politics, activism, tar sands, school closings, wage cuts, supercommittee cuts, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, war coming to Iran, the eviction of OWS, s-comm, corporate welfare -- take a street corner and tell people why you're here! After that, we'll all gather in Copley Square from 1-4 p.m. for a speak-out and celebration of the 99 percent.
WIthin Occupy Boston, we have an incredibly diverse set of talents, issues, and interests. Whatever it is that you do that makes the movement great, consider bringing it to the wider community! It could be anything -- hosting a puppet show, running a civil disobedience training, canvassing on a particular issue, distributing food or clothing, hosting an off-site teach-in, building a tiny house on a random street corner in Boston.
They say our differences will divide us. They say we don't have concrete issues, claims, or goals. Join us on December 3 for a day of celebration, conversation and change -- bring those issues to the square to make our voices heard.
Please share widely, discuss with your friends, bring it to your university or school and consider getting involved! Please forward widely.
Open planning meeting: November 28, 5 p.m. (tentatively at SEIU615 26 West Street)
Distributed rallies across Boston: December 3 from 10-12 p.m.
Speak-out in Copley Square: December 3 from 1-4 p.m.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. (main contact within Occupy Boston)