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One of the beautiful aspects of the occupation is that it has brought people out into the open to talk about the issues. Everywhere I look right now as I sit in the media tent and gaze out at Freedom Plaza in Washington DC, people are engaged in conversations. Some are standing in groups, and some are sitting in circles in the assembly area or between the tents.
Greetings from Greg from LA (Arlington West Memorial Santa Monica volunteer - VFP-LA #007) at the Media Tent of Stop the Machine - Create a New World
I was given a blog on a page of the website of Stop the Machine. This will be an ongoing presentation for the next three days.
Today we will honor World Hunger Day by inviting all who are interested to join us in Freedom Plaza for a community meal at 7:00 pm. Dinner will be provided by Busboys and Poets. We will be served Moroccan Stew and Pita. If you are able, please bring something to drink and green salad. Music will be provided by the DC Labor Chorus.
Come on down to see our community in Freedom Plaza, 13th and Pennsylvania Ave., NW in Washington, DC. It is a beautiful space for conversation and creative expression.
Here are some facts about World Hunger:
SAT OCT 08, 2011 AT 08:30 PM PDT
Egyptian Activists, US Protest Organizers Pledge Statement of Solidarity, Plan Concurrent Protests Beginning October 6 and 7
***For immediate release***
September 23, 2011
Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Statement of Solidarity with Occupy Together Movements and October: Month of Global Mobilizat
Declaración de Solidaridad con los Movimientos de “Juntos Ocupamos” y la Ofensiva del Octubre: el Mes de Mobilizaciones Globales
Llamada de Acción para el 12 al 15 de Octubre
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