Time to Improvise
One of the most important abilities of a movement is to change, be spontaneous and unpredictable. Occupy has been pretty good at that. All over the world and in the United States authorities are finding ways to crack down and stifle occupy allies. We have seen it in the United States with escalation of police tactics, the closure of encampments, the passage of NDAA and laws allowing Homeland Security and Secret Service to stop protests. It is the ability to improvise that keeps movements growing and building. Luckily, Jazz is the American music so we have it in our cultural DNA to improvise -- let's draw on it . . .
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