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:Some Working Groups sometimes meet offsite or are actively collaborating with other groups. For example, the Labor [[Outreach]] Committee meets Mondays at 4:30pm at SEIU 615 to accommodate the labor organization members who wish to actively participate in our group process.
 
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:Get involved in an ongoing project. Want to work on a encampment paper. Check out [http://occupybostonglobe.com/outreach/ The OCCUPY Boston Globe]
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:Get involved in an ongoing project. Want to work on an encampment paper? Check out [http://bostonoccupier.com The Boston Occupier]
  
 
==Follow and Contribute on Social Media==
 
==Follow and Contribute on Social Media==

Revision as of 16:32, 12 December 2011

Visit Dewey Square

Map of Occupy Boston. Click to Enlarge.
Find a meeting on the Calendar produced by Media working group. (Click the agenda tab, it is much more readable then). This calendar agenda is also on the right side of the http://occupyboston.org main site. Be sure to attend a General Assembly to 'see what democracy looks like' and help to develop a consensus. General Assemblies are usually at 7:00 PM on Tuesday and Thursday and 5:00 on Saturday and Sunday, but they are in flux after the recent eviction, so check the Calendar to be sure.

Volunteer


There is also an Outreach committee for people to help spread the message and make contacts with other organizations.

Join Working Groups

Working groups meet at the Occupy Boston site and/or work remotely. They all have a presence on the internet with their own email listserves, pages on this wiki, twitter feeds, facebook pages, and other communication outlets.

The Donate and Logistics pages on this wiki provide lists of items that are needed. There is also a list generated by OBLogistics on twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/OBLogistics
At camp, check the lists posted by the Logistics Tent. (When you first walk into the Occupy Boston camp in Dewey Square from the South Station side you see on your left the Logistics tent.)
To donate money, the main occupy Boston website at http://occupyboston.org is the place to go. Currently on the right hand side are lists of various funds that have been set up for donations and links to an easy way to make donations.

Occupy Boston also has a dontation box, on site, whch is emptied daily and the amount depsoited in an accout at a local credit union.

You may mail checks to this address:

Occupy Boston
PO Box 51162
Boston, MA 02205
Please make checks payable to "OccupyBoston FAWG".

Educate

Join this wiki - the Help file will show you how. Then you can contribute content and engage in discussions. There are multiple groups of people working on documents and discussing ideas. Be sure to check the discussion tab on an page that interests you. See what other people are saying about that page, contribute your comments.

Interesting pages include:

  • Occupy 101 briefly describes the fundamentals of Occupy Boston.
  • Strategies (Strategies, Proposals, Positions) - This Working group is dedicated to discussing societal issues, determining their root causes, and responding with actionable proposals.
  • Optimistic visions - the primary idea is to generate a store of positive ideas that we can contemplate, share, and work to manifest.


Outreach

The Outreach working group can help you to poster, or set up an information table in your town. It has a Graphic Design page where Learn how print the stickers to hand out during canvassing and to spread the message! Here is also where you will find ideas on you can work as a blogger or tweeter to build the movement. Outreach Committee meetings are Fridays at 6 p.m. by the Gandhi statue.
Some Working Groups sometimes meet offsite or are actively collaborating with other groups. For example, the Labor Outreach Committee meets Mondays at 4:30pm at SEIU 615 to accommodate the labor organization members who wish to actively participate in our group process.
Get involved in an ongoing project. Want to work on an encampment paper? Check out The Boston Occupier

Follow and Contribute on Social Media

For information on marches and actions, don't forget to join us on Facebook and Twitter!
Check out the Solidarity page for hundreds of Occupation related media sites.

Direct Action

Participate in Bank Transfer Day - on or before 5 November 2011

Contacts

Speakers

We invite all passionate, informed persons to hold a seminar or teach a class. Please e-mail:
fsu@occupyboston.org

Food

occupyboston.food@gmail.com

Legal

legalq.occupyboston@gmail.com

Logistics

occupybostonlogistics@gmail.com

Media

If you are press or wish to contact the Media team please e-mail:
commboston@gmail.com

Medical

occupybosmedic@gmail.com

Free School University

If you are an educator and would like to teach, lead a discussion, workshop or speak

http://FSU@OccupyBoston.org

Music and Entertainment

If you are a professonal music group or other entertainment (comedians, preference art, etc) interested in booking a performance

booking99percent@gmail.com

The Boston Occupier

danieljoshuaschneider3@gmail.com

Occupy Boston Globe

submit@occupybostonglobe.com

Outreach

occupybostonoutreach@gmail.com
daniel.coexistence@gmail.com

Volunteering

Signup with your email at http://groups.occupyboston.org/wg/volunteer-info to receive announcements for volunteering. Specific needs of working groups will also be placed here.

You can also email the InfoTent to receive The Daily Digest.

Archived aerial view and overlay of Dewey Square site