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Wells Fargo just refused to rescind Steve’s foreclosure, which means they are willing to stand by and watch him get kicked out of his home. We need to act NOW.
Meet at Troy Davis (Woodruff) Park Friday at 1:00pm. We’ll head over together to the Peachtree Center Wells Fargo branch and give them a taste of some shame therapy.
Bring signs and banners. Sign the petition:
Call Allie at 404-519-3921 if you have questions or can’t find us.
Facebook event: http://www.facebook.com/events/400171513364210/
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Join us Saturday, July 14 2pm (400 Flat Shoals Ave SE) at The East Atlanta Library for a few short screenings and discussion about Southern Company’s impact on our communities. Learn about the effects of the coal plant in Juliette, GA on the nearby community, and the effect nuclear plant Vogtle is having on the Shell Bluff community, and the dangers they pose to our environment.
Southern Company recently came out with a self-promoting book, Big Bets — a book that romanticizes the corporation Southern Company as the bringer of light to the South, both literally and figuratively. What they neglect to discuss is those who have opposed them, those who have suffered and died from the ill effects of their plants, and the destruction to our land, water, and air. They see fit to gamble with our resources, and our lives, and make a tidy profit on it. We say no more.
Join us after for a sign making party at 143 Whitefoord Ave, and to gear up for Monday night’s action at the premiere!
This is a coalition effort. Occupy Atlanta, joining with the Stop Plant Vogtle coalition, Georgia WAND, Nuclear Watch South, and more.
It’s time for our movements to go on the offensive toward the world we want !
We invite each and every individual to attend the 3rd Mass Strategy Meeting on United Progressive Offense on Wednesday, June 27th, 7pm, at Troy Davis (Woodruff) Park, on the side with the chairs and fountains.
Occupy Atlanta’s General Assembly unanimously agreed this past Wednesday that these meetings will be held on the last Wednesday of every month, replacing the regularly scheduled General Assembly.
We believe the purpose of these meetings to be a space where individuals, groups and organizations can communicate to each other and the larger community about what they’re doing, where folks can organize themselves and coordinate their efforts more explicitly, and where potential new activists can find ways to plug into the existing movement.
We envision these meetings to be an open, horizontal, bottom-up space where people come together as equals in solidarity and unity across different groups, organizations, issues, struggles, strategies, ideologies and communities to decide how we will move forward and create a better world together.
These meetings developed in response to recent attacks on our basic rights by the Georgia Legislature and their corporate sponsors a few months ago, where we achieved inspiring unity through the fight against these legislative attacks.
This unity built great potential for our movements, but what if we go farther? What if we use this unity to collectively assert offensive vision, goals, and demands toward a better future? Although we had some historic victories, we lost ground, too; a purely defensive posture will ensure that we continue to lose ground to regressive policies.
We believe as a goal for these meetings we could agree on a shared vision framework which we could use to unite us across struggles, groups, and communities, to help us develop strategic steps toward achieving this shared vision, and to provide each other mutual support for solving all of our collective problems and improving multiple aspects of all our lives.
At the previous Mass Strategy Meeting, we formed break-out groups around visions enumerated in the Declaration of Rights of the People of Georgia such as food is a human right, education is a human right, public space is a human right, employment/a living wage is a human right, and freedom from discrimination/equality is a human right.
We have even tried to survey everyone who attended the last Mass Strategy Meeting to figure out how we can make this one even better than the last, and we have received many very insightful responses. We are planning to have a meeting about facilitation and structure for the Mass Strategy Meeting on Tuesday (6/27) at 7:30pm at Peachtree and Pine.
Please come and add your voice to the Movement by plugging into this Mass Strategy Meeting! Also, fliers are available here and the Facebook event can be found here – please spread the word to everyone!
Let us come in a spirit of solidarity, with a focus on going on the offense, because we’re all in this together.