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Feb 1-3: Peoples Recovery Summit

Posted 1 year ago on Jan. 29, 2013, 12:33 p.m. EST by OccupyWallSt
Tags: peoples recovery summit, occupy sandy, nyc

people recovery summit

Restore Power to the People!

A free 3-day gathering of workshops, panels, concerts and performances to unite for a more equitable and sustainable rebuilding in Sandy's wake.

When: Feb 1-3
Where: Church of St. Luke & St. Matthew, Brooklyn

For more information or to register, see http://summit.peoplesrecovery.org/ and RSVP on Facebook.

Current Sponsors:

350.org
Bailey’s Cafe
Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew
Coalition for Public Education
Episcopal Diocese of Long Island
Greenpeace
NY Committee for Occupational Safety & Health
NYC Parents Union
Occupy Sandy
Occupy Faith
Occupy The Hood
Our Schools NYC
Paul Robeson Freedom School
People for Jelani
The Peoples Network
Recover.org
US Uncut
Workers Justice Project

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[-] 2 points by EdgeBender (17) 1 year ago

What's up with Idle No More today.

[-] 2 points by shadz66 (19985) 1 year ago

Solidarity @ "The Peoples Recovery Summit" ( http://summit.peoplesrecovery.org/ ) and also see ...

verbum satis sapienti ...

[-] 2 points by JohnWa (513) 1 year ago

Th power is with the people always . It is the People who feed the rich who are the parasites. If you can't accept that then realise you have been subjugated.

Throw off the chains of reverence for those who control your information environment and let open eyes see a better understanding.

There are many clear thinkers out there sharing well reasoned visions for a fairer more pleasant and social structure without the greed and wars, institutionalized violence, incarceration and class warfare.

As the limits to growth bite harder it will get worse. Either we institute change or crash with no return.

[-] 1 points by occupycrisis (3) 1 year ago

Are there any good report backs on this?

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (23978) from Coon Rapids, MN 1 year ago

Good deal - equitable and "sustainable" rebuilding - after the storms.

Real issues that need much attention - how should we build or rebuild from this point forward?

Climate change is upon us and we need to look at how we will deal with it - NOW - and going forward. The storms will repeat - there is much to change in our society going forward to eliminate our contributions to the global warming - but as for the environmental damage already done - we have the storms/consequences to deal with - prior to our cleaning up of our living will make noticeable change/difference.

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[-] 1 points by repubsRtheprob (1209) 1 year ago

SPAM!!!!!!