Saturday, December 17, 2011
D17 Re Occupy Wall Street
"Introducing the People’s Amp: a guerilla sound system that gives voice and rhythm to a people’s movement. A lineup of artists, musicians and speakers will be performing at 99.5 FM/WBAI broadcasted live on-site through a chorus of boom boxes, headphones, guitar amps and car radios. So bring a boom box, or a radio, or an iPod. Or bring your car by real slow and crank the stereo. If you're listening off-site tune in and turn up. From the airwaves to the subterranean let us assemble once again to say we're here to liberate space and we're not going away." And so that's the description that finds itself on that Facebook photos of D17 Re-Occupy Facebook page on this day. And on this day finds itself as Occupy Wall Street Day 92. And Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Together are still moving fast. And as stated in that photo above, D17 Re-Occupy is happening on this day. And that event describes itself as follows:
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17th at 12PM
DUARTE SQ. PARK, 6th AVE & CANAL
PROTECT & CELEBRATE THE OCCUPY MOVEMENT
FOR SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE
Join artists, musicians, and local community members for an
all-day performance event in support of Occupy Wall Street’s
re-occupation of space in downtown Manhattan."
And according to that Occupy Wall Street website, a Charas Community Center for the 99% Celebration is happening tomorrow. And this event to be found in that city of New York in that neighborhood of the Lower East Side now called the East Village for real estate marketing purposes maybe, describes itself as "Please join us to mark the Ten Year Anniversary of the Eviction of Charas Community Center with music, food, friends and a community speak out!
CHARAS/ El Bohio Holiday Party and Community Potluck!
Sunday, December 18
12pm - Rally at Tompkins Square Park
12:30pm - Process to CHARAS
605 East 9th Street (bet. aves. B & C)
Dance, speak out, and help us to create a community center in the street. One day the developer's blue wall will come down, and that community center will be back inside where it belongs.
With a General Assembly and performances by Great Small Works, Hungry March Band, Rev. Billy & the Church of Stop Stopping, the Peoples Mic and kid friendly activities including face painting, dance, and art making!
Potluck! Bring a dish to share!"
Occupy Wall Street Worldwide.