SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5TH
"THOSE WHO HAVE CLOSED BANK ACCOUNTS - GLUE SMALL CUT UP PIECES OF THEIR CARDS ONTO THE "BANK MURAL" at THE BOARDED UP FOUNTAIN" located on the SOUTH LAWN... This can turn into a special interest piece as over time more will transfer their banks it wil grow into a mosaic art piece… Note to self: bring glue! This idea comes from Mariska in MEDIA
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT FROM OLA MEDIA
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"Remember, remember the 5th of December", is dialogue from "V For Vendetta" the film that is to some, the symbolic statement of the Occupy Movement as the film is seen by many political groups as an allegory of oppression by government;
FYI: "V’s use of the Guy Fawkes mask and persona functions as both practical and symbolic elements of the story. He wears the mask to hide his physical scars, and in obscuring his identity – he becomes the idea itself.
Originally, a rhyme that recalls an attempt of treason and assassination against King James I of England and VI of Scotland by a group of provincial English Catholics , in an action of revolt against the persecution of Catholics. -The Gunpowder Plot Society
For us at Occupy Los Angeles and across the Nation it is a day the Banks and the Market will long remember as "Bank Transfer Day". We have an amazing 5th of November weekend planned at OCCUPY Los Angeles at City Hall 200 N. Spring Street. JOIN US!
WHAT: OCCUPY LA - NOV 5TH AND 6TH -Teach In and More
WHERE: Occupy Los Angeles City Hall 200 North Spring Street, L.A., CA 90012
WHEN: SATURDAY, NOV 5 AND SUNDAY NOV 6TH
WHAT: A weekend of actions, speakers, panel discussions and more created to educate, mobilize,unify, and inspire people in regard to all the issues surrounding this amazing moment in history and the global Occupy Movement.
"The teach in is designed to discuss the existing conditions and systems which have led to the housing collapse, "recession", the corporate control of our legislature, courts, media and regulatory agencies.
It also continues the dialogue on organizing movements for social and economic justice and sustainable alternatives for people and the planet. There will be further discussions on how the wealthiest individuals and corporations have dominated other aspects of our lives."