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Occupy Wall Street: List of Cities

Occupy Wall StreetIn addition to Occupy Wall St, popular uprisings have emerged around the country and the globe.

It has been reported that over 118 occupations have been organized and over 1300 communities are in the process of organizing protests.

Some of the major occupations:

Chicago;

Atlanta;

Denver;

Los Angeles;

San Diego;

San Jose;

Dailykos.com has a detailed map of protests in the US and a list of all occupation Facebook pages

More protests can be found on this occupation thread

OccupyTogether.org has a great resource for finding groups in over 1500 cities

There is also a LiveStream of occupations around the globe

A map of October 15 events around the world

Twitter feeds at dozens of occupations can be found on OccupyInfo.tumblr.com

For the more adventurous, you can also find a List of Wall Street Executives Home Addresses – just make sure that the person you protest actually had something to do with the economic crash and the bailout.

Join a protest, tell us who you are, and tell us your demands!

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How to OCCUPY WALL STREET (or any other street)

Occupy Wall Street

STEP 1: Preparation

You will need:

1 sleeping bag

1 tent

1 set of eating utensils

1 toothbrush, tube of toothpaste, & bar of soap

1 change of clothes (at least)

1 small pillow

1 flashlight

1 credit or debit card (preferably from a small local bank)

1 notebook (for jotting down great ideas)

1 cell phone (with charger)

1 portable musical instrument (guitar or harmonica highly advised)

1 list of DEMANDS

and…

As many friends as you can gather!

STEP 2: What to do at the rally

1. FIND A CAMPING SPOT

Hopefully on the grass, not on cement, unless you brought a heavy sleeping bag.

Try to camp with some friends.

2. MAKE FRIENDS WITH NEIGHBORS

Find out what your neighbors are thinking.  Why are they there?  What are they disappointed about in our country?

3. DISCUSS DEMANDS

The key to making a difference is spreading knowledge.  Your main goal during the occupation should be to discover and disseminate the best ideas that you hear.

Ask others, What are the best solutions for progress that they have heard?  Then discuss them with others until an overall consensus has been reached.

4. VOTE

VOTE IN every politician who agrees to the demands of the people.

VOTE OUT every politician who appeases Wall Street, won’t tax the rich, blocks legislation, or makes it easier for companies to exploit workers and the environment.

Maintain lists and databases of all the politicians running for office and spread the word about who is helping and who is hindering the cause.