No, the title of this blog entry is not in reference to me personally, nor to anyone personally for that matter. It's about waking people up to the fact that alienating those who are on your side doesn't do anyone any good.
This Is What Revolution Look Like - a weekly publishing of letter writing that will include snippets, insights and everything worth thinking about in the movement. The prominence of letter writing during revolution has always been an integral part of it's history. ~ ydlv
“…Following the general assembly, about seventy occupiers took to the streets to march to the ongoing occupation of the Central City Association. We had a lot more people than the previous night, and the energy felt euphoric and tactile, much like the tribes around City Hall in last year.
On Saturday, June 9th, an Extraordinary assembly to be held to discuss and make decisions on proposals for Occupy Los Angeles’ assemblary structures. This will be a kid-friendly space for all ages and families!
Please join LA CAN, Occupy the Hood, Occupy Skid Row and occupiers from LA at Wilshire/Hope (626 Wilshire Blvd.) TONIGHT at 8pm to rock against gentrification and the corrupt practices of the lobby group CCA.
Please join use at Wilshire/Hope at 7pm tonight to rock against gentrification and the corrupt practices of the lobby group CCA. If you can’t make it tonight, please join us early tomorrow morning between 6am & 8am to protest the Economic Development Meeting and the downtown 2020 plan to build new high rises, the AEG Stadium and further criminalize and push out the homeless.
As soon as we arrived to Lincoln Park on Friday morning, we knew that we were in for a life-changing experience. Like out a scene from a film, the Occupy LA travelers descended into an outdoors den of Occupiers from around the country. They greeted us right away, shaking our hands and welcoming us to Chicago. They stated their names and the occupations they were from... "Occupy D.C. ... Occupy Wall St. ... Occupy Boston....