On Tuesday November 22, 2011 close to the end of 19:00 hours I struggled to find the words to write the captions to the stirring images I had trolled up. Images depicting some of the large demonstrations and police responses to uprisings in Egypt.
On Friday the 16th of March supporters of organic crops met together in order to protest the Monsanto Corporation. Members of Occupy Los Angeles, Occupy Food, Occupy Moorpark and Occupy 805 collaborated together in order to promote the event, which garnished attention from residents of the town as they drove by. Shining a light of exposure on the greedy corporate giant Monsanto, these protesters stood out in their community and braved the chilly weather, standing vigil to proliferate knowledge.
On March 10th on the south steps of 200 North Spring Street in front of City Hall, demonstrators gathered in solidarity with women around the world in an official event to celebrate the recent passing of Women's Day (March 8th), and to spread messages of empowerment to the public. As speakers took turns sharing their motivational words, a unifying theme prevailed; one which calls for a facilitation of a nurturing maternal model, rather than the patriarchal hierarchy which tends to arise more often in professional institutions and the governing establishment.
The air is crisp and fresh, the sky pale and blue. It is Friday morning, March 2, 2012, and mourners are gathering in the parking lot adjacent to a small white building whose white spire pierces into the bright blue day. People have come to pay their respects to Alexander Weinschenker, a pillar of light in his community.
A foreword: This version of the Town Hall Society Doctrine: A Training Guide is currently a work in progress which is constantly evolving based on input by readers like you and of course, the experience I gain as I move forward in implementi
It is 9:19 pm on November 29th. My friend Will and I were on our way to Occupy LA but we didn't get outside of the town I live in, or even onto a major thoroughfare before being pulled over by a Moorpark policeman. As the cop hands Will his license and registration and lets us go, no ticket after all, just a slap on the wrist, we make our cautious way to the freeway and begin the hour drive to Downtown LA from the 118.