Upcoming Events and Meetings

October 30th November 3d -  Night of the Living Debt rescheduled due to Sandy!

 

Braiiiins!

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012. 3 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Bank of America, Pleasant St, Fall River MA

Join us on our one-year anniversary for a Bank Robs America themed zombie walk, street theater, die-ins, and discussion on debt. Come dressed as a zombie banker, or as close to one as you can (Bank of America logos on t-shirts will do as well). Tomb stone shaped signs will be provided, but feel free to make your own.

This is intended to be a family-friendly event, and we do not expect a large crowd. There will be no civil disobedience at this event. We will be following normal traffic laws when crossing streets and refrain from blocking the side walk and pedestrian traffic.

12 PM – Make Up and Prep followed by The Walking Debt zombie walk

 

November 6thVote “Yes” on Budget for All

Fall River voters in State Rep. District 7 (much of the south end) will see this on the ballot as Question 5 – vote YES for a federal budget that works for all of us! http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mobileweb/rebecca-thiess/massachusetts-voters-budget-priorities_b_1980095.html

 

General Assembly Schedule:

Occupy Monsanto South Coast Assembly

Sunday, October 21st Noon – 1:00 PM

Kennedy Park, Fall River MA
Meet near the stairs between the green warming house and the skating rink

Our sister group, Occupy Monsanto South Coast, is having a short introductory meeting. Occupy Monsanto focuses on educating the public about the dangers of genetically modified foods and crops, sustainability, and issues of food, environmental, and agricultural justice.

Occupy Fall River General Assembly
Sunday, October 21st 1:00 PM  – 3:00 PM
Kennedy Park, Fall River MA
Meet near the stairs between the green warming house and the skating rink
Join us as we report back on Occupy Fall River business, discuss news, make announcements, hold discussions on current events, and plan for our upcoming initiatives. There is a great deal of ground to cover including but not limited to the past week’s OUR Walmart (forrespect.org) solidarity event and next steps, Occupy East Providence updates, the Occupy Student Debt outreach at UMass Dartmouth with PHENOM, the Budget-for-All Question 5 canvassing in District 7 (south end Fall River), and other election updates.

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