There will be an Occupy Houston General Assembly and planning meeting this upcoming Sunday, 2/19.
This will be a big meeting after the police disbandment of the Occupy Houston camp in Downtown Houston a few days ago.
Here are the details—
This GA is devoted to planning out the future of Occupy Houston. We’ll answer some of the hard questions about what Occupy Houston is , where it’s going and how, specifically, to get there.
The meeting will begin at 1:00 PM on the 6th floor at 2990 Richmond in Houston.
Candor requires me to tell you that the website has not been utilized as well as it could be in recent months. The good news is that we can always move forward and make progress.
There is also an Occupy Houston Facebook page.
Please attend if you are interested in the success of the Occupy movement as the weather warms up and in the big political year ahead.
I always enjoy telling folks about my every-so-often public schedule.
I recall that Martin Luther King once said that attention is “Vitamin A for the ego.”
Here is the 2012 Texas Liberal Martin Luther King Reading & Reference List. This is the best such resource on the web.
I’ll be in-studio and on the radio on Cincinnati’s community radio station WAIF-FM 88.3 on Saturday, March 3.
( Above—A radio. Here is some history of radio.)
I’ll be on Trash Flow Radio with my friend Ken Katkin from 3-5 PM Eastern Time on that date.
You can hear the show on the WAIF livestream.
I was a weekly host on WAIF for a few years in the 1980′s. I co-hosted the punk rock show Search & Destroy with Handsome Clem Carpenter.
It was fun.
Here is a description of Trash Flow Radio from the host–
“Avant-garde punk, pop avant-garde, sad songs with loud guitars, loud songs with sad guitars, anti-Beatle exuberance, pro-drug psychedelia, bargain-bin outsider music, revisionist rock history, music made by teenagers with “sXe” tattoos, and timeless DIY. Absolutely no major label recording artists (except the Ramones). Music from the catholic school, not the parochial.Gushes and rants, stark realism and surrealism, dangerous audio stunts, irritainment, and bad puns. Faint echoes of H.L. Mencken, Coyle & Sharpe, Jorge Luis Borges, Thurgood Marshall, Ron Rosenbaum, Jean Shepard, Lester Bangs, Kim Philby, J.D. Salinger, Bob Lassiter, Carl Reiner, and Eugene V. Debs. Hopefully, some guests. It’s always something. If it’s not one thing, it’s another.”
I’m looking forward to be being on the air with Ken.
(Below–My appearance on WAIF allows me to run my publicity photo. You see me here identifying with the 99% as I enjoy a lobster in Rhode Island in 2011. )