Occupy Missoula (and many group/organization/others) will “take it (Independence) to the streets for a July 4 (Wed) Peoples’ Energy Independence Day Parade/Picnic …
Decentralized, unorganized and Independent, we will march, stroll, ride, skate etc
through Missoula, parading our Independence and Inter-dependence!
A whole lot of us (the 99%?) are fed up with the “way” it is and
want to facilitate change. Bring yourselves, your signs, books, soap box, instruments
(and picnic stuff) and let’s have some fun and connect the dots for everyone who shows up.
Maybe our theme will be “What does Independence/Inter-dependence mean to You?”
(An example – not set in stone) Show up at the XXX’s at 11am on Wed July 4 for an Occupy the streets Peoples’ Energy Independence/Inter-dependence Day Parade/Picnic. We will invite and include any non motorized modes of conveyance (i.e walk, dance, skate, wheel, cart, hop, strut, puppet, hula etc). We will parade through downtown to Kawanis Park where we will picnic from 12 to 5pm supporting our Independence/Inter-dependence. Please join us with your friends/neighbors …
P R E S S R E L E A S E
December 29, 2011
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Dale Bickell
Chief Administrative Officer, Missoula County
Phone: 258-4229, email@example.com
MISSOULA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO HOLD PUBLIC MEETING
REGARDING PROPOSED RESOLUTION RELATED TO COUNTY
Missoula County Commissioners will hold a public meeting on
Wednesday, January 4th, 2012 in room 201 of the Missoula County
Courthouse Annex at 1:30 p.m. The meeting will provide the public an
opportunity to comment on a proposed resolution that would prohibit
camping and structures on County property. The proposed resolution is
available on the County’s website.
Interested members of the public are encouraged to attend. Citizens can
also submit comments on the proposed resolution by calling or emailing
the Commissioners’ Office – 258-4877 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Text of Resolution after the jump. Continue reading
By Taryn Hart, Occupied Media
I cannot tell you how excited I am to present Occupied Media’s interview with Ryan Devereaux of Democracy Now! Ryan has been covering Occupy Wall Street since before the physical occupation began. He has covered and live tweeted many of the critical moments, including – among many other events – the mass arrests on the Brooklyn Bridge and the arrests and violence that occurred at the intersection of Wall Street and Broadway.
In addition to reporting for Democracy Now!, Ryan is a contributing writer for The Guardian, Al Jazeera English,The Nation, AlterNet, New America Media, and others. You can also follow him on Twitter at @RDevro.
This interview is actually from about mid-October, but there were terrible sound issues that required painstaking editing. Many thanks to video editor Paul Shockley for doing that very slow-going work. And thank you to Ryan for agreeing to meet with us and for his patience. I cannot say enough about Ryan – everyone should follow him on twitter, follow his work on Democracy Now! and should read everything he writes.
Mass Occupation P O T L U C K
When – Saturday, 3 December – 6 p.m.
Where – Missoula County Courthouse – Broadway and Ryman
Who – All and sundry peaceful folks, like minded or not, are invited to attend
What – Food and non-alcoholic beverages to share (Those bringing extra garbage bags to donate to camp and/or taking a bag of trash away from camp receive double karma points)
Why – Because the Constitution SAYS WE CAN!!!!
Food Rotation (recommended IF you can manage it — if not NO WORRIES! We just want
*Y O U R* company!)
Born in January or February – bring veggies or side dish
Born in March or April – bring beverages
Born in May or June – bring vegetarian protein main dish
Born in July or August – bring animal protein main dish
Born in September or October – bring bread and spreads
Born in November or December – bring dessert
Come at 430 pm for a drum/dance circle to work up your appetite and afterward for a drum circle to stay warm! (We’re all about the impromptu drum circles around here!)
OK, It’s over now. Thanks Brandon! We had 10 people watching, and chatting! Indiana and california joined in.
Reminder: City referendum to overturn the 2010 Supreme Court decision regarding corporate personhood on today’s ballet. How/where to vote. We decided at a GA to support this referendum. Here is a message from Jason Weiner:
“On every city ballot, there is a referendum on whether to urge state and federal legislators to overturn a disastrous 2010 Supreme Court decision that granted corporations a first-amendment right to spend unlimited amounts of money electing and defeating candidates. The profoundly flawed logic of the majority was that corporate “persons” have a right to free speech. To reverse the Court, we need to amend the Constitution to state explicitly that human beings have rights and legal fictions do not. Vote FOR the referendum. “missoulamovestoamend.org