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Published on Oct 24, 2011
On Sunday, Oct 23, 2011, the ninth day of the Occupy Providence movement, church services were offered. The Episcopal congregation of Providence came to Burnside Park to hold Sunday services. OP movement has adopted over 200 homeless people who hung out daily at Burnside Park before Occupy Providence started a week ago. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is offered every day. Four Hundred (400) meals are served, run by the food working group. Food is donated by the generous people of Rhode Island. The park is now home to the OP demonstrators and about 200 homeless people. Over one hundred (100) tents have been erected to house all these people. The general assembly meets daily at 6 PM, along with the working groups. the meetings are held in the most Democratic way I have ever seen. Our politicians could learn some lessons on Democracy from the Occupy Providence movement. Come visit burnside park, stay till 6 PM and see true Democracy in action anyone wishing to hold a service can do so, best time is 3-5 PM Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or just come by, everyone is welcomed. www.occupyprovidence.com
Open Letter to America, Saturday, Oct 22, 2011 (Youtube Ch. egl385123)
Ms Laurel Casey, aka Ms. One Percent is a true renaissance Irish American woman, parodies the 1% and the 99% to create awareness that America is in a Crisis.
The 1% is not the problem in America, we the 100% need to work together to solve our growing list of problems, jobs, tax reform, infrastructure repair, education, mortgage crises, wall street and banking crisis. These are all problems that are tearing this country apart. The future leaders of America are being born out the this Occupy America movements. We invite the 100% of Americans to visit a Occupy City demonstration and see the real democratic process that these future leaders of Americans have put in place. There is hope for America if we all work together. Invite your politicians to visit these Occupy America movements. Just about every city has one. Message to the authorities: Rather than jail, beat or evict these demonstrators, help us solve the problems this country.
They/we must overcome to save America from itself.