The Absurd Times Occupy the Debates

Posted in Uncategorized by @honestcharlie on September 26, 2012

I’m a day behind on this one:

Because a sustainable future depends on the people willing to see the truth for what it is, and for those to stand up in unison in order to make a difference.

— Jake Edward Keli’i Eakin

The first presidential debate is just around the corner and people are ready to Occupy the Debates to bring the issues and solutions that we care about to the forefront of the discussion. We invite you to add your voice by participating in the events below or creating your own!

TONIGHT: September 25 at 9 pm eastern (6 pm pacific): Occupy the Debates National Conference Call: Register for the callhere. Join us to learn more about events that are planned and to discuss planning your own event.

FRIDAY: September 28 – People’s Forum at the Civic Center Amphitheater in downtown Denver, CO. People are invited to share their stories of concern. Entertainment provided by comedian Lee Camp, local band Dubl Dragon and Junkyard Empire and other local musicians. First assembly at 5 pm, entertainment from 6:30 to 8:30 and second assembly at 8:30 pm.

SATURDAY: September 29 – People’s Dialogue at the Central Presbyterian Church at 1660 Sherman St., Denver. We will discuss the 4 top issues identified in the People’s Survey: Corporate influence over politics, Healthcare, Education/student debt and the Environment/climate crisis. The dialogue begins at 9 am and the day ends with a march to the Capital for a vigil.

MONDAY: October 1 – Attend the opening of Dennis Trainor, Jr.’s American Autumn: An OccuDoc and half of your ticket will support Occupy the Debates. Showtimes are at 7:45 pm and 9:30 pm at the Quad Cinema 34 W. 13th St in New York City.

WEDNESDAY: October 3 – local actions in Denver. Visit Occupy Denver for more details. Or you can join the Occupy the Debates People’s Dialogue on UStream TV in partnership with moderated by Lisa Simeone and including guests Glen Ford, Dr. Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, Sergio Espana, Del. Jill Carter, Dr. Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese. Participate in the conversation through the online chat. The program begins at 8:30 pm eastern and continues through a post-debate breakdown. You won’t hear these views on corporate media!

Visit Occupy the Debates for more information. Please forward this to people who may be interested.

In solidarity, Washington,DC

Posted By Blogger to The Absurd Times at 9/26/2012 02:29:00 PM


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