This Week

October 11, 2011
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Occupy Lubbock will continue its presence at 19th and University Ave from sunup to sundown as people are available to participate. Email occupylubbock@gmail.com with your availability, or just show up. You can bring your own sign, use one of the existing signs, or make one there.

ACLU has a flyer about what to do when stopped by police that may come in handy.

Watch this space and the Occupy Lubbock Facebook Group for more event announcements this week, including a sign making event, homeless awareness event, and a big day of action Saturday, October 15th. More details from the Monday meeting will be posted soon.

4 Responses to This Week

  1. Mark on October 11, 2011 at 11:46 am

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hzgzim5m7oU

    10 million viewers… we are the 99%
    We just need to use the power of words… so I was thinking of a sign carried by my son, that says:
    “I need my gram mother to take a walk in the park not working at Wal-Mart”
    In Europe in 2008 I saw a sign that read: “Socialism bails out capitalism” and the hit NYC sign is: ” It’s not a recession, it’s a robbery” keep the faith, it is about the power of words.

  2. Mark on October 11, 2011 at 11:49 am

    about the ACLU flyer, a non confrontational way to say it is:
    “as a rule, I never consent to a search”
    it says that it’s not this incident that determine my rights, it’s something I never give up!

  3. Mark on October 12, 2011 at 12:00 am

    Did the roving reporter thang on KFRE 580am with Todd Klein (4-6pm), he wants a sign that says bring back Glass Steagall. gotta sleep
    Ciao.

  4. troy crumrine on October 12, 2011 at 8:02 pm

    whats wrong with someone that depended on the federal government for their retirement income making a little extra from Walmart to bad your government did not offer her a privatized retirement account that the fed could not turn over to the general fund! stop blaming wall street and blame OUR government

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