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Occupy Houston Prints Newspaper—Self-Starting And Working With Others Is The Occupy Wall Street Ethic

The first edition of the Occupy Houston newspaper is out.

This is indeed the spirit. It is up to each of us to be self-starters, and to work with others for the good of the nation and of the 99%.

You can pick up a copy of the paper at Occupy Houston at Tranquility Park.

Occupy Houston will today be at the Egyptian consulate and at the Houston Galleria for Black Friday.

Here are some details of the Egyptian consulate protest--

Friday November 25th, 2pm-5pm 5718 Westheimer Road , Suite 1350 Houston, TX 77057

Please, come and stand for Egypt freedom against brutality in Egypt. Stand for future of Egypt.

The Galleria event will be at 5:30 PM in the mall.

Here is the Occupy Houston website.

Here is Occupy Galveston. 

Here is Occupy Wall Street.

You can also find these Occupy efforts on Facebook as well as an Bryan-College Station Facebook page.

Let’s be hopeful, creative, and hard working.

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November 25, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , ,

5 Comments »

  1. The newspaper is pretty good. Talked briefly with the editor tonight.

    Probably not a good idea to announce the Galleria action on a public website. They were waiting for us and turnout was low anyway because so much chaos was going on at Tranquility because of the rain. We did have fun standing at the Westheimer/Post Oak intersection and waving at cars, so not a total loss. I had fun, at least.

    BTW, Occupy Houston needs a laptop or two. The media center and live streaming video are gone.

    Comment by Bacopa | November 28, 2011

  2. [...] at Texas Liberal noted that Occupy Houston printed a newspaper. Occupy Houston and Occupy efforts across the nation are working hard and staying creative to make [...]

    Pingback by Texas Progressive Alliance – 11/28/2011 | BlueBloggin | November 28, 2011

  3. Bacopa–I had seen the Galleria announcement on the Occupy Houston website and wondered the same thing. Since it was there I figured it was out. You’re caught between wanting a decent crowd on one hand and pulling off what you want to get done in the Galleria. It’s all okay. It’ll take whatever form it takes so long as we stay the course.

    Comment by Neil Aquino | November 28, 2011

  4. I wonder why they didn’t use a union print shop.

    Comment by Matt Bramanti | November 29, 2011

  5. That is an excellent point. I will ask about that.

    Comment by Neil Aquino | November 29, 2011


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