How would you characterize your connection to the Occupy movement?
List of on-the-ground Occupy sites where you participate, if any
Occupy Cottage Grove, Oregon
How did you hear about Occupy Cafe?
What draws you to Occupy Cafe?
I volunteer as an assistant on three calls via Interoccupy. I got to hear Richard Kreidler on a call on Friday. Seaching for more info, I saw the link to Occupy Café. I was an early participant in Occupy Café and found it very inspiring (Worldwide participants in breakouts, speaking and listening to Peggy Holman in a breakout …). I had to drop out due to time contraints. Now I can knit what I have been doing back into Occupy Café.
Developing sustainable independent journalism and connecting citizen’s via the Internet is a crucial step in the movement. Occupy Cyberspace. Connect the dots.
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