The streets were filled with people who care about global warming as they carried their signs and marched from City Hall to Independence Mall. There were plenty to march….our guess about 15,000 to 50,000 in the streets. We’re betting the media didn’t cover it! (more…)
A flurry of activity @ Pueblo House after a hearty breakfast (BIG CHILL style) as everyone pitched in to make an awesome meal right down to the biscuits & gravy. Rick (from PCC) came by to do a little more on the electrical needs and helped label the panel box. Stephanie was touching up paint in the laundry room, then she projected (on vinyl) & cut out all the lettering for our new BIG sign which will be adorning the RV Friday as we head around town for some serious outreach…and education about TPP. She then hole punched all the lettering, so we could zip tie them on the deer fencing that Cheryl Moore so generously bought and delivered to us.
Stephen got a website up for the Veteran’s for Peace of Pueblo who really need some help recruiting new members. Joe got some handles put on the cabinets and started making a shelving unit for the media area. I started out doing accounting but ended up (more…)
On Sept 16th, we attended a meeting at St. Paul-St. Andrew church in Brooklyn where a few of us gathered to hear about the new Occupy Debit Card that is going to be launched. The dinner provided was great and we were able to hang around and meet more people, including Paster Michael. It was great to have gotten parking in Brooklyn close by the church. After the meeting we decided to head back to Manhattan to Zucotti Park to see if we might score a parking spot there overnight. We drove around for over an hour, with the help of a few occupiers who had jumped on board to navigate, but there was absolutely no where to park. In fact it was a real nightmare, as any parking we did find was only good until 7am which would leave us having to occupy the streets for a couple hours before the march would start.
Finally, we decided to go back to the church (this is one that was very instrumental in feeding and clothing people during Occupy Sandy), and take them up on their offer to allow us to park in front of the church, even though it said “no parking” they thought (more…)