Digest for Feb. 13 & 14 (Monday & Tuesday)

Outreach meetings this week… * Call to email action to help prevent the Keystone XL * Warehouse space approved * Please call Chase & invite to join ESOP Feb. 16 * Save Blair Mountain – please make some phone calls today * ERP! I have to use the bathroom! * February is Black History Month! * Petition Roundup * International, national, state news * Today & tomorrow’s events * Today’s quote * GA recap links * New Recurring Event on Saturdays – Occupy Cleveland “Organizer Boot Camp” * Rustbelt Assembly Recap * A weekend of some difficulty * Update: Help in Canal Fulton * Call for commitment to help people at info tent * Food and other donated items and services needed at info tent * Bank walk-away project * Upcoming events * Meetings / WAGs * More reading / links * Call for information

Weekday Schedule: Today and Tomorrow’s Special Events; 3 PM March (starting at info tent), 6-7 PM GA M-W-F, OPEN FORUM T-Th; 7 PM Community Chat; 8-10 PM Entertainment; 10 PM-2 AM Night Shift #1; 2-6 AM Night Shift #2; Upcoming Events; We are continuously in the NW Quadrant of Public Square 24/7 at the Info Tent

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Outreach meetings this week… 

On Wednesday, February 15th, there will be canvassing training @ Gypsy Bean, beginning at 5pm. Gypsy Bean is located on the corner of 65th and Detroit. There is parking in the lot directly behind the building.

This is for a specific action. You must be willing to knock on doors and talk to people about their foreclosure. Canvassing will start on Saturday, February 18th and will continue all day Sunday. Please come if you can help us with canvassing next weekend.

Sunday night, February 19th, there will be a joint meeting of the Outreach and Foreclosure WAGs. This will be at Gypsy Bean, as well, at 6:30pm. Anyone interested in working with the Outreach and Foreclosure WAGs and helping us plan an action in March…please come.

If you need more information, feel free to email me via Outreach: occupyclevelandoutreach@gmail.com or Foreclosure WAG: occupyhomes216@gmail.com

Call to email action to help prevent the Keystone XL

Friends, once more to the barricades.

Or, in this case, to Twitter, Facebook, and GMail.

You guys are the pioneers in the Keystone fight. When you came to Washington in August to get arrested no one had heard of the pipeline. When you came to Washington in November to encircle the White House, no one thought we had a real chance to defeat it.

But thanks to you President Obama killed Keystone. And it will stay dead unless the Congress revives it. That’s a real danger, though—big oil never rests, and the Democratic majority in the Senate is not exactly a granite wall. In fact, there are signs those Senators are wobbling.

So: beginning noon tomorrow every environmental group in the country, along with allies like MoveOn.org and CREDO Action, are coalescing for a 24-hour email blitz of the Senate. If we do it right, it will be the biggest burst of environmental advocacy so far this millennia. But doing it right means you need to warm up your typing fingers.

We need you not just to send a message yourself (expect an email about that tomorrow)—we need you to use every network you’ve got to round up hundreds of others to do the same. Think about your Facebook page, and think about your friends who have big lists of friends and followers — think about the thousands of names in your email inbox. We need to demonstrate that the environment is not some fringe concern—that there are lots of us who care about the future.

Duncan from our organizing team is convening a group of folks who are interested in doing a little bit more in the next 48 hours, so if you’re able and willing to do a lot of sharing — on Facebook and Twitter in particular — then sign up to join Team #noKXL for the social media blitz.

Click here to join the online brigade: act.350.org/survey/team-noKXL/

This is lonelier work. We won’t get the same rush that came from joining together in the summer and fall. But if we do it right, then our next gathering will be a victory party.

Thanks. Thanks more than I can say. None of us had any idea what we were getting into when we started this — but we will see it through.

-Bill McKibben

Warehouse space approved

We’ve lost our office, but we’re getting a warehouse space. It has showers & is zoned for sleeping, has a gated parking lot, too. We can put in washers & dryers. Rent is $300/month and it is on a bus route.

Please call Chase & invite to join ESOP Feb. 16

ESOP (Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People) is requesting to join forces with Occupy Cleveland for their banks protest.
They are planning a protest on Chase Bank and would like to have people come to their next meeting on Feb 16 at ESOP at 6pm.

In the meantime…call Jamie Dimon (CEO of JP Morgan Chase) 212-270-1111 or 212-552-1447 to tell him to come to Ohio and meet with ESOP homeowners and lenders to talk about Chase doing principal reduction and demanding FHFA to do principal reduction.

ESOP is located at: 3631 Perkins Avenue – Cleveland, Ohio 44114

216-361-0718 - www.esop-cleveland.org

- There is an increase in crime in communities where foreclosures occur.

- The CEO, Jamie Dimon, makes 893 times more than Chase Bank tellers.

- Banks are forcing homeowners to pay more on their house than they are worth.

Share with others…spread the word!

Save Blair Mountain – please make some phone calls today

Residents of Blair, West Virginia have noticed increased activity from mining company Arch Coal around Blair Mountain — site of the largest labor uprising in American history. Residents are becoming increasingly concerned about Arch’s activities and fear they will move forward with plans to mine the historic location.

Mountaintop removal coal mining is destroying the mountains and threatening the health and lives of communities across Appalachia. But people in Appalachia are standing up and today they need your support.

Folks in Appalachia won’t stand for Arch Coal’s plan to destroy their community and our nation’s history just so they can increase their profit margin, and we shouldn’t either. Please call Arch CEO, Steven Leer tomorrow, on Friday, February 10 and tell him that Appalachian communities should not fall victim to pad his profit margin.

Call Arch’s St. Louis headquarters: (314) 994-2700

Call Arch’s Charleston, WV headquarters: (304) 760-2400

CALL SCRIPT:

Hello, my name is ____ and I am calling to ask you to abandon your plans to mine the historic Blair Mountain. The whole world is watching, and I am calling on your corporation to do the right thing and stop the destruction of Blair Mountain, along with all other mountains and communities in Appalachia. Mountaintop removal mining is wrong and harmful to the people and communities below it. Please cease and desist from your Blair Mountain plans.

ERP! I have to use the bathroom!

We’ve been placed in a hard spot. The hotel has said we cannot use their bathroom anymore, and the justice center said no! So this makes things a bit tight for night shift. Anyone have any ideas?

February is Black History Month!

Every February I am kind of whapped up the side of the head by my own ignorance, forgetting that February is Black History Month and that I’d planned to spend more time learning about history last year… and failed to do so. I am hoping to seek out and find events and information regarding Black History Month to post in the Digest. The Plain Dealer is printing a month long series of profiles of Cleveland innovators and leaders who have African American heritage.

Cleveland Plain Dealer Intro Article…

Today (Wed., Feb. 13) the Plain Dealer’s running an article about Louis Stokes. He became Ohio’s first black congressman.

Interestingly enough, actor Morgan Freeman recently called Black History month ridiculous, and some black intellectuals have called for the end of black history month as well. I’d like to point out to my friends who have African American heritage that as a person of largely European heritage, I feel rather ignorant about history and so this is an opportunity for me and others to learn more–I don’t think the month trivializes contributions of black people at all but is rather a proactive measure to help raise consciousness. But this is just my subjective perspective as the temporary editor..

Petition Roundup

Please ask your Congressional Representative to vote no on H.R. 7 “Drill and Drive” bill

In an attempt to open our oceans and public lands to oil drilling, House Speaker John Boehner is pushing legislation this week to fund a transportation bill with drilling receipts. This flawed approach to transportation funding is expected to be on the House floor for a vote as early as this week.    Email Congress

Petition to ask Governor Kasich to stop the death penalty in Ohio

This comes on the heels of the release of Joe D’Ambrosio, who had spent twenty years on death row for the death of someone he did not kill.    Info | Petition

International, National, State News & Opinion

International:

National:

Ohio & Cleveland:

Upcoming events and WAGs

In addition to our regularly scheduled weekday events, here are some special events that are happening today! Lots to do! Unless otherwise noted, events are in NW Quadrant (Tom Johnson/Free Speech Quadrant) of Public Square or nearby in the white tent area. More upcoming events after today are here…

Special Events Through Sunday

  • Mon., Feb. 13 @ 7-10 PM Garfield Heights City Council meeting RE heroin abuse – good to help prevent people from getting into unhealthy drug use patterns and an opportunity for us to become more involved in various communities. Meeting at Garfield Heights Civic Center, 5407 Turney Road, Garfield Heights. https://www.facebook.com/events/292631537459285/
  • Tues., Feb. 14 @ Noon to 2 PMCity Club Cleveland Debate – County Prosecutors. 850 Euclid Ave., City Club Building, 2nd floor.
  • Tues., Feb. 14 - Valentines Day Protest - “Occupy Hearts” – protest will be outside a bank in Lakewood.
  • Wed., Feb. 15 @ 5 PM - Canvassing traing at Gypsy Bean (Corner of W. 65 & Detroit). This is for a specific action. You must be willing to knock on doors and talk to people about their foreclosure. Canvassing will start on Saturday, February 18th and will continue all day Sunday. Please come if you can help us with canvassing next weekend. Info: occupyclevelandoutreach _at symbol_ gmail.com
  • Wed., Feb. 15 @ 6-9 PM – Hearing on Proposed Incinerator at West Side Ecumenical Ministry, 5209 Detroit Rd. Environmentalists are encouraging people to oppose the tentative incinerator. More info/printable signs…
  • Wednesdays @ 8 PM – Drum Circle at Info Tent
  • Wednesdays @ 8 PM – Womens meeting
  • Thurs., Feb. 16 @ 6 PM – ESOP (Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People) planning meeting RE bank protest. 3631 Perkins Ave, 216-361-0718
  • Sat., Feb. 18 @ 6 PM – “Occupy Now, But What’s Next?” – Staughton Craig Lynd at the College Club with 20 seats reserved for activists who identify as belonging to the Occupy movement (Otherwise tickets are $35 a seat). 2348 Overlook Rd., Cleveland Heights.
  • Saturdays @ 6 PM - Occupy Boot Camp – at Info Tent
  • Sun., Feb. 19 @ 6:30 PM - Joint meeting of Outreach and Foreclosure WAGs at Gypsy Bean Coffee House (W. 65 & Detroit) re March activity.  Info: occupyclevelandoutreach _at symbol_ gmail.com, http://www.facebook.com/events/177705542338599/
  • More Events

Upcoming GA Votes - see Proposals section

Regular Daily Events

  • 3 PM March – Daily – starts from Info Tent west of NW Quadrant of Public Square
  • 6 PM General Assembly on M-W-F, Open Foum T-Th- GAs are formal assemblies at the NW corner of Public Square or in white info tent west of this area. At this assembly, proposals and announcements are made. This is where consensus items are decided. Please review stances/thoughts at viewtopic.php?f=32&t=1003 for discussion in today’s GA. Recent GA recaps
  • Community Chat Following GA Today & Tomorrow – Informal assembly
  • Today & Tomorrow – 10 PM – 2 AM and 2 AM – 6 AM Evening Shifts – Please sign up at the white tent for an evening shift so that we can maintain effective occupancy overnight and relieve people who are overburdened. Dress extremely warmly with lots of layers and bring appropriate gear to keep yourself warm.

Working Group Meetings

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“ If we can manage to refrain from harming others in our everyday actions and words, we can start to give more serious attention to actively doing good, and this can be a source of great joy and inner confidence. We can benefit others through our actions by being warm and generous toward them, by being charitable, and by helping those in need. ”

~ His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Please send poetry submissions to occupyclevelandpoetry (_at symbol_) gmail.com. If you agree, let’s work on keeping things positive and promoting positive perspectives in this space…

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GA recap links

Thanks to all who help with the movement, and thanks to notekeepers and videographers! Please post written GA minutes in the GA portion of forums in written format: http://unju.st/forum.

Friday Feb. 10 Minutes | Monday Feb. 6 Minutes | Friday Feb. 3 Minutes | Archived Minutes and Videos

Recent Concensus Items

  • 2-10 CONCENSUS on proposal to rent 2,400 sq. ft. warehouse space
  • HAVE BEEN MISSING SOME CONCENSUS ITEMS. PLEASE POST NOTES IF YOU HAVE TIME & IT’S NOT TOO MUCH TROUBLE.
  • 2-7 CONSENSUS-PROPOSAL PASSED: Proposal for Occupy Cleveland to sign on to a call for mass action in response to what seems to have been an attempt to suppress the movement, and to do a march in solidarity with a related national day of action on Feb. 28. This might involve some flyers and notification of the media.
  • 2-7 CONCENSUS-PROPOSAL PASSED: Proposal for the person who rented a storage unit to be reimbursed for the expenses so far and the monthly rent. He’s already paid $91.59 plus a $25 initial fee.
  • 1-6 CONCENSUS REACHED to modify 10% blocking to 5% blocking with granularity of 1 additional person supporting the person who is blocking for it to be a block per each 20 people in attendence at GA
  • 1-6 CONCENSUS REACHED to do remembrance ceremony for Nick Christie & peaceful community involvement. Date TBD.

Recent proposals

  • 2-10 PROPOSAL to order “We are the 99%” stickers.
  • 2-7 PROPOSAL in Facebook Open Forum for Warehouse unit rental – proposal will be introduced 2-8
  • 2-7 PROPOSAL in forums – “Buy stock in the banks and companies we want to change”
  • 1-9 INFORMAL PROPOSAL announced to help the poor with programs
  • 1-6 UPCOMING PROPOSAL re “Prommunity”
  • 1-2 PROPOSAL for consideration Wednesday, Jan. 4 for event of remembrance of Nick Christie (Ohio man who was pepper-sprayed to death)

New Recurring Event on Saturdays – Occupy Cleveland “Organizer Boot Camp”

OK, folks, time to get busy. Last Saturday at the tent we held the inaugural Occupy Cleveland Organizer Boot Camp, which will be held every Saturday at the tent at 6pm. Anyone can attend, but there are rules.

It’s not a teach-in. It’s a boot camp, which means there is homework. Last night’s homework assignment was (1) participants must read Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”, and (2) participants must organize to permanently solve the problem of food at the tent long term. If the homework is done properly, next Saturday’s Boot Camp will be conducted over a healthy meal, because healthy meals will always be at the tent at meal hours, every day, reliably, because occupiers have organized to make it so. Part of organizing is accountability, which is why I’m posting the homework assignment publicly.

Now get to work. There are no excuses in a boot camp. Get ‘er done.

Rustbelt Assembly Recap

Members of the occupation attended a Regional GA in Kent Ohio with Occupy Warren, Occupy Youngstown, Occupy Kent State. There is another Regional GA planned in March (dates to be announced). Details for the next assembly are being hashed out in the Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/306042076105493/.

Last meeting’s ideas:

  • Growth and Education – How to grow the movement and help inform people
  • Diversity – How to foster a welcoming atmosphere and cultivate more participation by people of all races and colors
  • Ideas about how to address Governor Kasich
  • March 1 call to action in solidarity with Occupy Education
  • Activism addressing banking issues
  • Workshops on Mar. 13 & 14 in Columbus RE activities worked on by each city’s Occupation group

A weekend of some difficulty

Cleveland activists had a bit of difficulty this weekend with police relations but it ended up OK. But on the wider scene, 400 protesters were arrested in Oakland and protesters in D.C. were asked to stop camping overnight.

According to this article on DailyKos.com, some of the people who were arrested were denied medications, some were beaten, some tear gassed and some kept from restrooms. Please consider contacting the Oakland police department and calmly asking for all people who are arrested to be treated better than this and for ethical procedures to be put in place to ensure such abuse does not happen. Oakland City Hall’s number is (510) 238-CITY and the police department’s general inquiry/comment email address is ocop _at symbol_ oaklandnet.com.

Newsnet5 reports: “Occupy protesters are back in the national spotlight after a weekend of violent clashes. And some people are being told to move out or risk arrest. Like many of the occupy groups around the country, the Occupy Cleveland group is frustrated after a violent weekend for both protesters and police.”

Continue reading Newsnet5 article…

Update: Help in Canal Fulton

The person we were going to work on supporting in Canal Fulton needs help cleaning and presumably packing. She is suffering from cancer and has made arrangements to stay with family (we were going to see what we could do to help her in the case she was evicted). Ask in the Occupy Cleveland NV and open forums for info.

Call for commitment to help people at info tent

The people who have been manning the info tent in Public Square regularly have been suffering from exhaustion. They are calling for more regular commitments from new people, and for people to show up when they do make a promise to do so.

Food and other donated items and services needed at info tent

When visiting the info tent, please think of bringing down some healthy and delicious hot meals and/or some easily preparable food such as tuna, easy mac, healthy choice fresh mixers, soups–things that don’t have to be refrigerated but that can be microwaved… canned fruit. The food situation at the tent has been pretty sparse when it comes to healthy items so hot meals will be much appreciated. Also please consider bringing some dog food as there is at least one dog who stays at the tent much of the time.

Some occupiers have been doing this almost nonstop since the start of the movement here three months ago, and need help. Please consider asking people at the tent if you can take them to your home for a shower or if you can help do some laundry.

Other needed items: foot and hand warmers, warm socks especially! More people volunteering to stay at the tent for regular shifts will be much appreciated.

Bank walk-away project

We’re considering working on a project involving 44 foreclosed properties from which banks have walked away. Any addresses / ideas for properties can still be emailed to occupyclevelandpermanentbasecamp (_at symbol_) gmail.com

According to the article Northeast Ohio Plagued by 30,000 vacant homes awaiting demolition, “Former Cuyahoga County Treasurer Jim Rokakis said he believes the number of condemned homes and buildings in Northeast Ohio has ballooned to 30,000. Rokakis blamed foreclosures and irresponsible banks, investment firms and individuals who have walked away or ignored their distressed properties.”

More upcoming events through February

Events are in the NW Quadrant (Tom Johnson Quadrant) of Public Square unless otherwise noted.

  • Mon., Feb. 13 @ 7-10 PM Garfield Heights City Council meeting RE heroin abuse – good to help prevent people from getting into unhealthy drug use patterns and an opportunity for us to become more involved in various communities. Meeting at Garfield Heights Civic Center, 5407 Turney Road, Garfield Heights. https://www.facebook.com/events/292631537459285/
  • Tues., Feb. 14 @ Noon to 2 PMCity Club Cleveland Debate – County Prosecutors. 850 Euclid Ave., City Club Building, 2nd floor.
  • Tues., Feb. 14 - Valentines Day Protest - “Occupy Hearts” – protest will be outside a bank in Lakewood.
  • Wed., Feb. 15 @ 5 PM - Canvassing traing at Gypsy Bean (Corner of W. 65 & Detroit). This is for a specific action. You must be willing to knock on doors and talk to people about their foreclosure. Canvassing will start on Saturday, February 18th and will continue all day Sunday. Please come if you can help us with canvassing next weekend. Info: occupyclevelandoutreach _at symbol_ gmail.com
  • Wed., Feb. 15 @ 6-9 PM – Hearing on Proposed Incinerator at West Side Ecumenical Ministry, 5209 Detroit Rd. Environmentalists are encouraging people to oppose the tentative incinerator. More info…
  • Wednesdays @ 8 PM – Drum Circle at Info Tent
  • Wednesdays @ 8 PM – Womens meeting
  • Thurs., Feb. 16 @ 6 PM – ESOP (Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People) planning meeting RE bank protest. 3631 Perkins Ave, 216-361-0718
  • Sat., Feb. 18 @ 6 PM – “Occupy Now, But What’s Next?” – Staughton Craig Lynd at the College Club with 20 seats reserved for activists who identify as belonging to the Occupy movement (Otherwise tickets are $35 a seat). 2348 Overlook Rd., Cleveland Heights.
  • Saturdays @ 6 PM - Occupy Boot Camp – at Info Tent
  • Sun., Feb. 19 @ 6:30 PM - Joint meeting of Outreach and Foreclosure WAGs at Gypsy Bean Coffee House (W. 65 & Detroit) re March activity.  Info: occupyclevelandoutreach _at symbol_ gmail.com, http://www.facebook.com/events/177705542338599/
  • Mon., Feb. 20 – President’s Day - we will be reading landmark speeches of or relating to our great presidents
  • Wed., Feb. 22 @ 7:30 PM - We have been invited to a town hall meeting by the Save Our Benefits coalition–all are welcome to come. This is at St. Paul’s Community Church, 4427 Franklin Blvd., Cleveland. The coalition is concerned about Social Security and Medicare, etc.
  • Sun., Feb. 26 @ 1-3 PM – Outreach WAG at Lakewood Library
  • Sun., Feb. 26 @ 3-5 PM – Occupy the Rust Belt Second Regional Assembly – Oscar Ritchie Hall, Kent, Ohio http://www.facebook.com/events/223924557701212/
  • Tues., Feb. 28 – National protest against attempted suppression of Occupy movement.
  • Saturdays @ 6 PM – Occupy Cleveland “Organizer Boot Camp.” We’ll most likely have a healthy meal at this boot camp, and there will be homework!
  • Thurs., Mar. 15 @ 7 PM – Occupy the Midwest Regional Conference (St. Louis)http://www.facebook.com/events/264828373580309/

Events for next month and the future can now be found on the Events page of the Occupy Site.

Workgroup/Affinity Group Meetings / WAGs*

This section of the newsletter is under rehab as it had a lot of outdated info – will post WAG meeting times as I see them under the regular events listings. You might be able to find times in the wiki below.

WAGS are located in the northwest quadrant of Public Square by the Tom Johnson statue or in the white tent adjacent to the quadrant unless otherwise noted, and all are welcome to come and participate!

Working Groups and Contact Information Wiki

* WAG: Working/Affinity Group

Check the forums for more info on working groups. There are probably working group meetings that are happening that are not on the above list. Here are some known working groups: Outreach * Phone & Q&A * Arts & Culture * Spirituality * Food * Mission/Vision * Legal * Peacekeeping * Entertainment * First Aid * Sanitation * Nightwatch * Direct Action * Facilitators * Finance * Tech * Logistics * Transportation * Permanent Occupation Base

Current haves and needs

  • Still need consistent food donations of prepared meals at the tent along with healthy nibbles for energy throughout the cold days
  • Current physical needs are now posted on the Needs page as I now have access to this page
  • Donations
  • Thought, perspective, respect, representation, tolerance, kindness, listening, family, friends, seriousness, joy, work, kindness, self-critique, community, patience, persistence, dialogue, peace, rationality, health, equality, empathy, civic support, solidarity, idealism, courage, dialogue, mentoring, participation, calmness, respect, compassion for one another, outreach, ethical banks, small business loans from banks, energy, focus, kindness, wholeness,global tribal ethic, fostering leadership in young adults, restoring reverence to older adults, community, focus, patience, lots of love, pride, humility, moving forward, reaching out.

Interesting Links

Recurring info

Weekday Schedule: Today and Tomorrow’s Special Events; 3 PM March (starting at info tent), 6-7 PM GA M-W-F, OPEN FORUM T-Th; 7 PM Community Chat; 8-10 PM Entertainment; 10 PM-2 AM Night Shift #1; 2-6 AM Night Shift #2; Upcoming Events; We are continuously in the NW Quadrant of Public Square 24/7 at the Info Tent

Weekend Schedule: Today and Tomorrow’s Special Events;  10 PM-2 AM Night Shift #1; 2-6 AM Night Shift #2; Upcoming Events; We are continuously in the NW Quadrant of Public Square 24/7 at the Info Tent

Info Tent #: (216) 202-4999 | Phone Rules

Wiki: http://wiki.occupycleveland.com

Call for information

Dear Readers/Occupiers:

People who are planning events and work groups–please email these events to occupyclevelandstories (_at symbol_) gmail.com so I can post them rather than having dig and dig every morning through the forums and multiple facebook pages to find these items. It is taking between one to three hours to do this Digest every morning, so emailing info to me will help me get this out more quickly.

For posting to event calender on occupycleveland.com, please email occupyCLE.media@gmail.com.

Please continue to post GA notes daily in the forum “General Assembly” here: http://unju.st/forum/. It is vital to post these notes for the larger Occupy community so that we know what items are being consented to and what events are consensus events. Thank you to those who have been posting notes!

Peace,

The Temporary Editor

What Would You Like to See?

Please mail letters to the editor, story ideas, meeting times, articles, etc. to occupyclevelandstories (_at symbol_) gmail.com. Also, the Daily Digest is having a working group meeting Sunday, 10/30 at noon in the Tom Johnson (NW) quadrant of Public Square. If not right in the quadrant, please check the white tent west of the square.

Call for Poetry/Creative Writing/Art Submissions – we’re looking for poetry seeds from the larger poetry community, again, a great outreach action. We’re putting together an Occupy Cleveland poetry zine and I’d like to feature some creative items in the Daily Digest as well. Please send submissions to occupyclevelandpoetry (_at symbol_) gmail.com.

Thank you to all people who are making information available!

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