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      Direct Action Campaign Beginning October 6

      New York police already are harassing, arresting, and pepper-spraying non-violent peace and justice protesters as they begin to occupy public squares in Washington and around the country. Thousands are expected to be arrested.

      For information on the campaign, please visit October 2011 and Occupy Together.

      For PJRC analysis of police actions against street protests, please read, "New FBI Raids: Millions More in Taxes, But Where's the Threat?"

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      An innovative way of communication has occurred in Liberty Square, which I occupied for a few hours yesterday. No microphones or megaphone permits, so a leader or an organizer shouts his message in single sentences, and those who can hear say it in unison, involving everyone in the crowd in passing on the information. It is better than electronic communication; almost a Greek Chorus, very effective and stimulating. It works. Try it.

      September 28, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMike Havenar

      Participatory communication.

      September 28, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMike Havenar
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