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Occupy Minneapolis Reaches Consensus: Passes Proposal To Host Occupy The Midwest
The General Assembly of Occupy Minneapolis has passed through consensus a proposal to nominate Minneapolis, Minn. as the next city to host the Occupy The Midwest Regional Conference.
Proposal for Occupy Minneapolis to Host Next Occupy the Midwest Regional Conference in August 2012
This proposal has made Minneapolis a contender against other cities in hopes of hosting the next regional conference.
We will be posting more information about this as soon as an official statement is made by Occupy The Midwest organizers as to how to support this nomination, along with other details about the working group that will be formed in Minneapolis to help arrange the conference if it is chosen as the host city.
To use a key tenet of Ayn Rand: It is time to take back our consent.
“We’re working our butts off, being economically productive, going to college, raising good kids, supporting reality-based schools, keeping our marriages together, tending to our busy and diverse cities, and generally Playing By The Rules. And the fates have smiled on us in rough proportion to the degree that we’ve invested in our own common good.”
There’s only one way to demonstrate who America’s producers and parasites really are. It’s time to go Galt.
William Scott i’m an English professor at the University of Pittsburgh, and I’ve chosen to spend my sabbatical at Occupy Wall Street to participate in the movement and to build and maintain the collection of books at the People’s Library. I love books—reading them, writing in them, arranging them, holding them, even smelling them. I also love having access to books for free. I love libraries and everything they represent. To see an entire collection of donated books, including many titles I would have liked to read, thoughtlessly ransacked and destroyed by the forces of law and order was one of the most disturbing experiences of my life. My students in Pittsburgh struggle to afford to buy the books they need for their courses. Our extensive collection of scholarly books and journals alone would have sufficed to provide reading materials for dozens of college classrooms. With public libraries around the country fighting to survive in the face of budget cuts, layoffs and closings, the People’s Library has served as a model of what a public library can be: operated for the people and by the people.