The assembly’s objective was to gather from here and elsewhere different actors from the larger civil society in regards to the coming of the WSF to Montréal in 2016. More than 100 organizations already support the initiative and an ongoing campaign continues in mobilizing the organization of the first World Social Forum in the North. Continue reading
Over the past two years Occupy has evolved into a network of many loosely tied, sometimes rather autonomous, groups and projects. This is why the Occupy Network aspires to use these very newsletters to keep us apprised of what others are doing, and to help keep those of us working so hard to build a better world together. Continue reading
Join the Alliance For Global Justice in Tucson for the Tear Down The Walls National Gathering to strategize and network together to build a more unified movement for transformational change in the US. November 1-3, 2013 Continue reading
The O+ Festival is looking for volunteers to help in Kingston, NY, during it’s fourth annual event over the Columbus Day weekend, October 11-13, 2013. Find out more and sign up! Continue reading
In a broad show of support, over sixty Occupy groups have now endorsed the second Occupy National Gathering, known as Occupy Wall Street (Inter) National Gathering: Decolonize the 99%, taking place Wednesday August 21 through Sunday August 25, 2013, in Kalamazoo, MI. Continue reading
Press Release for Occupy Wall Street (Inter) National Gathering: decolonize the 99% taking place August 21-25, 2013. Continue reading
The Canyon Country Action Camp is intended to be a training for direct action organizers. Apply now! Continue reading
You are invited to attend the Occupy (Inter)National Gathering 2013 being held Aug. 21-25 in Kalamazoo, Michigan. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Lenny Foster of the Diné Nation is the Director of the Navajo Nation Corrections Project and the Spiritual Advisor for more than 2,000 Indian inmates in 96 state and federal prisons in the Western U.S. He has co-authored legislation in New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado allowing Native American spiritual and religious practice in prison and resulting in significant reductions in prison returns. Continue reading