You can also submit photos to the national show, “This Week In Occupy”
Watch the First Episode
Contact email (for photos or anything else): Thisweekinoccupy@gmail.com
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i have created a Photo Group on Flickr called “we the 99%ers”
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Took some pictures a couple weeks ago, Plan to go down there again soon, check it out https://plus.google.com/photos/104148791228479966719/albums/5663488592708813521
B&W 35mm Film Photo Gallery @ http://garytylermcleod.tumblr.com/
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photos from the raid, jamison square, various marches, speeches etc…
#1) OCCUPY Portland should better define its protest for;
- affordable quality education
- workers rights to fair wages
- lobbyists US govt no longer represents the people
- billions wasted on military warfare overseas and
- the fact 42% if US children live in poverty
**This platform would galvanize stronger nationwide support. At the street level sit in protests on college campus and manufacturing plants with union members throughout America.
#2) Launch Internet social media BLITZ flooding Twitter, Facebook and Google with detailed news information on the spiraling debt ($15 trillion), healthcare unsustainable and billions being spent on warfare in foreign lands.
This type of coordinated plan could create the foundation for change at the grassroots level. Best Wishes, James Dean