Occupy Cincinnati: Thanksgiving, Buy Nothing Day, Really Really Free Market

Occupy Cincinnati will be celebrating Thanksgiving following the next day with Buy Nothing Day. Buy Nothing Day is marked on Black Friday, generally where various stores and outlets will lower their prices on wanted items. OC Cincinnati will also be holding a Really Really Free Market day, November 26, 2011 from 1:00PM to 10:00PM located at Recovery Hotel 1225 Vine … Read moreOccupy Cincinnati: Thanksgiving, Buy Nothing Day, Really Really Free Market

Occupy Oakland: Garden at Oscar Grant Plaza

Occupy Oakland, which has faced police brutality, camp shut downs, and support from worldwide Occupy is planning on building a garden at Oscar Grant Plaza. The General Assembly agreed to this November 16, 2011. We are asking the community to participate in the birth and beginning of construction of a garden project in Oscar grant … Read moreOccupy Oakland: Garden at Oscar Grant Plaza

Occupy Baltimore: Field Trip for Children

Occupy Baltimore appears to be wanting to do a mock General Assembly to demonstrate to children how a participatory democracy works. Set for Friday November 11, 2011, the mock General Assembly hopes to engage parents to help create a better experience their children. At least forty-five kids to be attending. http://groups.google.com/group/occupy-baltimore/browse_thread/thread/6400a8a86510f168

“Move Your Money”: Banks to Credit Unions, Surges $4.5 Billion

In the promotion of “Bank Transfer Day,” dated only yesterday, November 5, 2011 made a surveyed amount of four billion five hundred million dollars. Credit Union National Association tallied five thousand credit unions nationwide to figure up an estimate since September 29, 2011. These figures are only tallied up to November 3, 2011. http://www.cuna.org/public/press/press-release/issues/hundreds-thousands-of-consumers-billions-of-$$-move-credit-unionshttps://www.facebook.com/Nov.Fifthhttp://www.occupyboston.org/2011/11/06/it-credit-unions-4-5-billion-savings-transferred-big-banks-month/

Occupy Oakland: City Encouraged to Protest, Except Police Officers

Today (Wednesday, November 2, 2011) is supposed to be a General Strike, that is also supposedly aimed to Shut Down the City. However, police officers have been ordered to not take the day off. Further-more, the Police department says that they are confused at the orders given by the Mayor. First to clear out the park, and … Read moreOccupy Oakland: City Encouraged to Protest, Except Police Officers