Showing posts with label OWS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label OWS. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Chomsky and the American Spring/Pitching a Tent for Chomsky

While there will surely be more snow falling in Newfoundland this Spring, let's try to get some of the chill out of our bones with some warming words from Noam Chomsky as he endorses the 2012 leg of the Occupy Movement.

"They're counting on our silence and apathy, and we should not grant them that lethal gift...
"...We have the chance to take power back and rescue the country and the planet from a grim fate."
In his poem "The Wasteland," T.S. Eliot said that April was the cruellest month. If the Spring thaw and dead and rotting plants has got you down, come on down to Harbourside Park and hold a sign or pitch a tent, or drive past and scowl and tell everyone to get a job. 
...Whatever makes you feel better!

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Occupy Wall Street Call for Papers

Dear Occupy Newfoundland,

We’re editing a collection of essays entitled From Wall Street to Main Street: The Regional Politics of Occupying, dealing with the crucial issue of how the politics of occupying is transformed as it moves from Wall Street to Main Streets all over the world. Please share our attached call for papers on listservs, facebook groups, and so on.

Thank you for your assistance


Wednesday, November 30, 2011

A Game of Chess at Zuccotti Park
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