Tweets for Mon, 23 Jan 2012

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Hey fam! We’re starting #OWS Spokescouncil now! Follow here, @LibertySqGA, @LibertySqGA2, @LibertySqGA3, and @LibertySqGA4. #nycsc #ows

We’re starting w/ reportbacks. First, Minutes is letting us know that they’re having a lot of trouble getting ppl to Spokescouncil b/c..

Cont’d: …meeting locations have been announced so late recently. Minutes are considering striking until folks step up to help address it.

Facilitation is next: “We want to acknowledge the frustration Minutes expressed; we’re sure it’s shared by many in this room.” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “There’s currently a dispute w/ Accounting about whether the spending freeze allows us to pay for this space.” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “We also just found out this space won’t be available Wednesday; ppl are working on finding another space. We’ll try to give…”

Cont’d: “…24 hours notice, but want ppl to know the hurdles we’re facing trying to get ahold of space without funding.” #nycsc #ows

InfoHub’s report back is that they kind of want to discuss the issues raised by the last two reportbacks! Oh, @raviahmad continues: “We…”

Cont’d: “…had a proposal that went through GA on 12/20; we’ve been talking about it the last few days.” She’s passing out a report of…

Cont’d: …the 35 working groups that are “completely in compliance with all aspects of that proposal.” There are 46 groups that need…

Cont’d: …to do a lot to get back onto the site, but can email. And there are another 40-odd groups that are almost there but not quite.

Email or to inquire or ask for help getting stuff up so your WG can stay active on the site. #nycsc #ows

Next, Occupy Farms, Shazz. “We had a meeting on Sunday; we have one coming up on Thursday. We have a trip arranged to the farm..” #nycsc#ows

Cont’d: “…this weekend to the farm.” Ppl will learn first-hand about farming and do work on the land. “Coolest thing we’re doing is…”

Cont’d: “…outreach to farms, getting new farms online.” One in Albany… 60 Wall, 5:30 Thursday for the Occupy Farms working group meeting.

OK, now we’re opening stack for announcements. Library is first: “Hi everyone; it’s Steve from the People’s Library! Library loves you.”

Cont’d: “There’s an action tomorrow; we don’t want the details going out over social networks.” Fun meet up tomorrow, 4pm at red cube.#nycsc

“For purposes of public disclosure, we want to make it a little bit of a surprise. But tomorrow, 4pm, bring your friends!” #nycsc #ows

Safer Spaces announce that they’re bringing their community agreements proposal tonight! Also, they’ll meet Friday to start.. #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: ….talking about “what a grievance process might look like”! Trying to meet at the Quaker space in Brooklyn. 7pm, Friday! #nycsc #ows

@thejorobin ayo! what was the time on the fem block meeting again?

Next, @OWSTranslation lets us know they’re here and need clear line of sight across the circle for signing purposes! #nycsc #ows

Archives lets us know that “we’re badly in need of hard drives.” They want to store some sensitive info! #needsoftheoccupiers #nycsc #ows

OK, we’ll review the agenda. “Safer Spaces has been passing around a piece of paper detailing what their proposal is…” Also, there’s…

… a budget proposal from Daryl, I think. Stairs suggests we start w/ Safer Spaces since it’s been pushed back a few times. #nycsc #ows

Safer Spaces is up! “You’ve probably seen this before!” Been bringing to Spokes for about 3 weeks. “We really hope today it’s at the point..

Cont’d: “..where everyone’s happy.” Some points about it… re: enforcement: “We don’t view ourselves, Safer Spaces, as the enforcers of…”

Cont’d: “…this movement. We believe we have to participate in a dialogue w/ entire community about how entire community creates a safer..”

Cont’d: “…space.” So, they’d like us not to expect that of them. “We want this to be a back-and-forth w/ the community.” #nycsc #ows

Secondly, “We hope today we all come in good faith; we agree we need to be explicit about behavioral agreements about being in this space..

Cont’d: “…so we hope unless you disagree with content, please try not to do further line edits and let’s try to work w/ the whole document.”

Cont’d: “Also, to be clear about what this is intended to do, this is a set of principles; building on that foundation we hope we can…”

Cont’d: “…start to develop what we want to do” to deal with a grievance process. But they don’t think this is going to deal w/ it right now.

They also ask that we re-read, because “we’ve continued to make changes to it and it’s mildly different than last time you saw it.” #nycsc

So, here’s the Safer Spaces working group proposal, “Occupy Wall Street Community Agreements”: #nycsc #ows

OK, now starting stack for Clarifying Questions. Think Tank: “We’re wondering if you could explain what constitutes verbal aggresson…”

Cont’d: “…as that’s an important thing to have in here, but we recognize there are diverse styles of interaction.” #nycsc #ows

A: “I think a lot of what’s tricky about this for ppl is we’re defining harm based on ppl experiencing harm, not on any objective idea…”

Cont’d: “…of what harm is. So if ppl feel verbal actions have been hurtful, then if we’re coming in good faith, we can say, “OK, this..””

Cont’d: “”…person experienced harm.” But I don;t think we can define it objectively because” of the diversity Think Tank lifts up. #nycsc

Cont’d: Safer Spaces suggest that if someone feels hurt, they can say “ouch” and the other person will say “oops”, to acknowledge… #nycsc

Cont’d: …and then move on. “That’s a small-scale example” of how to lift up that kind of hurt. #nycsc #ows

Next CQ, Library: “RE: first bullet pt under section b- curious if you’re going to expand on that, how that might…” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “…be addressed.” A: “In this SC situation, we’re thinking if we temp check and the room consenses that something needs to be..”

Cont’d: “…dealt with, or if a caucus stops the meeting” to deal with something — we just “want to make sure we’re as responsive…”

Cont’d: “…to harms and injustice that may play out in our community as we are to the harms and injustice” in outside world. #nycsc #ows

CQ: “Do you have to vote ahead of time for this to be applicable, or does it apply whenever there’s 2 or more #OWS people?” #nycsc #ows

A: Right now, we’re trying to get this passed within the context of Spokescouncil. Encourage ppl to work on community agreements… #nycsc

Cont’d: …in working groups, and other spaces, and maybe use this as a model. Will bring it to GA, “but for now” it’s just #SC. #nycsc #ows

Accounting’s CQ: “When in announcements, you said Safer Spaces is not in the business of enforcement. Accounting doesn’t find…” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “…anything objectionable about this, and lots of good stuff. But we have lots of good rules in place- our problem is enforcement.”

Cont’d: “…so my question is, who is going to enforce this?” A: “That’s been discussed, and to jump back, we think that… like, here’s my…”

Cont’d: “…vision of how this thing works. We have agreements that we together come up w/ about how we’re going to be behave towards…”

Cont’d: “…each other. They may be violated; if so, we need to bring it a lot of things — a de-escalation process, a road back, a…” #nycsc

Cont’d: “…grievance process to bring out concerns ppl have.” “It’ll be difficult to wrap them all up in a series of agreements.” For…

Cont’d: “…right now, it’s about “how will we behave?”” It’s not that SS doesn’t want to help w/ an enforcement process, but they worry…

Cont’d: …that the movement is waiting for them to bring it, rather than preparing to do it together. #nycsc #ows

Safer Spaces notes we need to decide what the agreements are, before we can decide what to do when they’re violated. #nycsc #ows

Next, OccupyFarms. “My only ? on this is, under the first section, 7 bullets down, I think the 2nd sentence — individual freedom…” #nycsc

Cont’d: “…we can probably do without that — it’s just an opinion, maybe divisive. And the 2nd section, 7 bullets down, where it says…”

Cont’d: “…we won’t use substances that may attract attention of the police; maybe we should say ‘illegal,'” notes spray paint attracts NYPD.

Cont’d: “And finally, bad jacketing, maybe we can expand that to all personal accusations in order to prevent in-fighting.” #nycsc #ows

OK, Safer Spaces would like to hear how people feel about these changes. First change, Shazz says is to remove language he says… #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: …demonizes the 1% by saying “Individual freedom w/o responsibility to the community is the way of the 1%.” Temp check.. midtwinkles.

Safer Spaces: “We’re going to offer this change, to make it say “is not the way of #OWS” instead of “is the way of the 1%.” #nycsc #ows

Next, Shazz brings up clarifying the “substances” ban by adding “illegal”. Robert notes alcohol then would not be included… #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: …and suggests we add alcohol specifically. Temp check on this one is mixed to negative. #nycsc #ows

Safer spaces decides “to not accept the amendment. While we understand the concerns,” rather than making a judgment about legality… #nycsc

Cont’d: …they’d “really concerned with what risks harm to community.” So it may include illegal subs, but basic thing is what’s harmful.

Shazz’ next proposal is to expand the statement against “bad jacketing” (accusing folks of being plants or cops w/o proof) to… #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: …include all unfounded personal accusations. Safer Spaces: “W/ a lot of love and understanding, we’ve decided not to accept that..”

Cont’d: “…and for me, with a lot of background working on sexual violence, a lot of times accusations of assault don’t come w/ proof or…”

Cont’d: “…evidence.” Setting expectation that all accusations need tangible proof may silence, cause more harm than help. #nycsc #ows

OK, now we’re going to discuss concerns w/in working groups and then come back with them after 5 minutes. Be right back! #nycsc #ows

OK, Concerns. @OWSTranslation feels the language is a little flowery, except the first page which is “very clear.” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “Because there’s several of us here that use different language,” want to make sure it’s clear and accessible to everyone. #nycsc

OK, we’re out of time, so we’re temp-checking extending the conversation for 15 more minutes. Mostly up-twinkles, so we’ll continue. #nycsc

A: “We’ve tried to make it as simple as possible; it will also be translated into other language. It should have been approved last…”

cont’d: “..Wednesday, but physical violence broke out in the space and as a result it was promised we’d make it a priority to get passed.”

Also, “we want to acknowledge the concern that language should be clear,” want to work to make sure it’s translated in a clear way. #nycsc

Cont’d: “We think that’s really important, but aren’t sure we can fix that in next 15 minutes, and think agreements are really important.”

Safer Spaces note the concern is a little bit stymying for now, and want to get this passed tonight, and ask that we work to clarify on…

Cont’d: …an ongoing basis. Are willing to have workshops to explain it to people. #nycsc #ows

DA: “One CQ – has this been considered to put into braille?” Maybe this can be an FA, Stairs notes. DA suggests work with @OWSTranslation.

DA’s concern: “All of us enter the space w/ different levels of understanding about how we all interact w/ each other…” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “…so we want to suggest a friendly amendment of adding to 2nd page that we commit to teaching others, newcomers, about…” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “…our processes, agreements, and tools we use as a community, just to make sure it’s a part of our central focus.” #nycsc #ows

DA: “Basically, we want to make sure that anyone who doesn’t understand this gets where it comes from and what our forethought is.” #nycsc

A: “We want to accept the concept, but tweak the words a little, so we’re trying to figure out how to do that.” #nycsc #ows

A cont’d: “Do we want to move on while we do that?” One of the proposers asks if we can trust that they do that. #nycsc #ows

Town Planning’s concern: “I’m concerned there’s no process to amend these.” Hopes the GA will pass them soon, and hopes that when GA does…

Cont’d: …pass them, hopes that Spokescouncil will address their version to reconcile it with the GA’s version. #nycsc #ows

Safer Spaces notes that we can definitely do that in Spokescouncil, but don’t need to put that into this proposal. #nycsc #ows

Town Planning also suggests that they strip the resources and readings, since “there’s an aura of bias.” Temp check very negative on that.

Town Planning also suggests we number the bullet points to make them more easy to reference. Safer Spaces jumps in, before answering, to…

Cont’d: …remind us that “there have been meetings and meetings” about this, and that minute revisions can be dealt with more productively…

Cont’d: …elsewhere. Stairs suggests “it would be respectful to group to continue to next group,” but Town Planning “respectfully declines.”

Town Planning’s next concern is that use of the word “consent” in the document might be confused with the process of consensus. #nycsc #ows

“Consent is not the absence of a no, it’s the presence of a ‘yes’.” It’s talking about personal interaction, not consensus process. #nycsc

Safer Spaces: “We’re not talking about consensus; we’re talking about consent.” Temp check, no one else has an issue with it. #nycsc #ows

Library’s concern: “Are you intending to continue to print them out and distribute them, or just online? There’s a small group of people..”

Cont’d: “…deciding on this for everyone,” Library says. Safer Spaces clarifies this is just for #SC; but will distribute it. #nycsc #ows

Safer Spaces: “Do people feel it needs to be written into the document?” Library clarifies they don’t, but want to make sure it’s distroed.

.@OWSTranslation is next: “We’re still feeling a little uncomfortable w/ the level of the language; it’s a little dense and “very adult.”

Cont’d: “We’re trying to think about the human mind, and its capacity to memorize all this.” They like it, but think it would be more..

Cont’d: …effective if language was less “dense.” Also feels density makes it open to more interpretation. #nycsc #ows

.@OWSTranslation notes there are words in it for which there are no signs in ASL. “In order to match language level of ppl in space, we…”

Cont’d: “…need” to do work. But they think much of it needs to pass. Safer Spaces are conferring on their response to this concern. #nycsc

Safer Spaces: “What we heard are larger concerns about language and accessibility,” they share them, and want to get ideas in there…

Cont’d: …while still addressing those concerns. They suggest, if we’re OK with it, “let’s pass it tonight but still try to work with you…”

Cont’d: “…guys to make it accessible, make it translated, make it understandable. We want that to happen.” #nycsc #ows

.@OWSTranslation asks if they mean their spoke in particular; sounds like Safer Spaces means @OWSTranslation as a whole. #nycsc #ows

Next, Housing: They want a time limit about how we’re going to decide on the grievance process and where this applies. #nycsc #ows

A: “This only applies to #Spokescouncil.” “We encourage you to bring this document to working groups and other areas.” #nycsc #ows

That answers one of Housing’s questions, but they’re asking how long it will take to “come up with a viable solution” to the enforcement…

Cont’d: …process, and notes that they’d like to learn from Safer Spaces since they’re having trouble with it. #nycsc #ows

Safer Spaces notes that this document is just to establish agreements, and she can’t say how long it will take for community to establish..

Cont’d: ..enforcement process. But that’s what the meeting Friday at 7pm to establish grievance process is about! #nycsc #ows

Next: “Once we all agree upon this, what’s the next step? What’s the final goal?” A: “Right now, we want to get this passed in #nycsc.” #ows

Cont’d: “Maybe let’s talk after about what you would like to see done with this document.” #nycsc #ows

So, next, Safer Spaces will restate their proposal w/ friendly amendments, and then we’ll move to consensus! #nycsc #ows

So, it’s the document, plus the modification on page one to indicate “not the way of #OWS” rather than “the way of the 1%”… #nycsc

Cont’d: …next, we’re stating a commitment about teaching each other about process and community agreements, and though… #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: …it won’t be written into the document, “we’re committed to finding ways to” make the document more accessible. #nycsc #ows

Stairs: “So, let’s say we’ll do 2 minutes to talk very quickly w/ Spokes, and then we’ll move on towards consensus.” #nycsc #ows

OK, we’re back. “We’d like to move towards consensus.” Any standasides or groups w/o consensus? None. Any blocks? 1 block? #nycsc #ows

Block: “I don’t think it’s fair to pass this and hold ppl accountable for this if it’s not comprehensible.” Would be happy to pass if…

Cont’d: …in most direct language, everything after page 1 is struck. “Can’t accept keeping ppl accountable for language as written.” #nycsc

A: “This is not for #OWS; it’s just for #Spokescouncil. And I am going to check with my group before I say anything else.” #nycsc #ows

Safer Spaces: “In the past, we’ve been told by lots of groups they’d block if certain things were not included.” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “I’d like to acknowledge this is a real concern, and we want to have a commitment to making this understandable to everyone.” #nycsc

Cont’d: “Also, is this inaccessible to anyone in this room, I’m not sure, aside from explicitly-stated examples. I don’t know…” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “…that — basically, we’re not comfortable with removing everything” from point indicated. #nycsc #ows

They want to work with @OWSTranslation, but are “not willing to just break it all down.” #nycsc #ows

.@OWSTranslation notes that they’re just saying that those are the parts they feel need to be clearer, could be as clear as earlier part.

.@OWSTranslation doesn’t want to “remove” those parts of proposal, but they do want to pass the parts they’re comfortable w/ only. #nycsc

So, their block will stand, and we’ll move to modified consensus on this proposal. WGs conferring now… #nycsc #ows

OK, there are 14 spokes, so if there are 2 votes against then we’ll fail to meet modified consensus. Aaaand… there’s 2 against. #nycsc #ows

Stairs: “So, the proposal, under modified consensus, did not pass.” Voting against were @OWSTranslation and Shazz, for Occupy Farms. #nycsc

OK, so now we’re moving to an apparent budget request from Daryl. Making sure all spokes present are signed in. #nycsc #ows

Daryl: “Most of the problems we’ve had, running out of money, talking about it all the time, are pretty normal problems.” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “This is an organization w/ a pretty good budget; every other occupation isn’t able to work w/ so much as a $10k budget.” #nycsc

Cont’d: “I’m proposing that we look forward, and designate a monthly budget.” Decide what we can spend in a month, and go from there. #nycsc

Cont’d: “Basically, once you’ve set up what you’re going to expend and take in, you can debate allocating w/in that amount.” #nycsc

Cont’d: “It seems to me the org needs its own space.” Won’t have to worry about outside sponsors making rules, affinity groups; trying to..

Cont’d: …stay away from “having influence peddled within your organization.” So, wants to set aside $10k to allocate spaces. #nycsc #ows

He also suggests $1.5k for auditing service, a number of thousands for worker co-ops – “we’re essentially a group of somewhat, mostly…”

Cont’d: “..or totally unemployed folks;” want to help people start working for themselves. Also includes money for vans… #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: …..for “field trips,” “all of a sudden the thing has wheels.” $50k budget for month “may seem low compared to..” #nycsc

Cont’d: “…what’s been spent,” but he says it’s a lot “and much higher than any other occupation.” #nycsc #ows

Here’s the full proposal that Daryl is making right now, for a monthly budget: #nycsc #ows

Daryl also feels we can raise more money if we ask for it (active vs. passive fundraising) and that we change our fiscal sponsor to… #nycsc

Cont’d: …one that will help w/ accounting. “Any questions?” Stairs recognizes a point of process. #nycsc #ows

Facilitation: “While we acknowledge this was posted online and sent to us, we’re uncomfortable w/ this body hearing a proposal from..”#nycsc

Cont’d: “…an individual.” Stairs asks if he is proposing as an individual. He is… is there a working group willing to adopt it? #nycsc #ows

It is the understanding that proposals be brought to #nycsc by working groups; Accounting suggests that there’s no precedent for… #nycsc

Cont’d: …having a group adopt it. “A group did not consense upon bringing this to the #spokescouncil.” But does think a budget… #nycsc

Cont’d: …is a very sensible thing for us to discuss within #Spokescouncil. Stairs recognizes these concerns. #nycsc #ows

Stairs: “We do have a half an hour left on our agenda.” Ppl may have proposals to put forward; let’s discuss how to use the next half hour.

Stairs asks if there are any proposals that have been consensed upon by working groups. “This is an opportunity for discussion to…” #nycsc

Cont’d: “…start here, and then bring it back to working groups.” @dovidmoishe suggests that Facilitation would like… #nycsc #ows

…some guidance as to how the budget freeze should be interpreted, especially as pertains to ongoing funding for #Spokescouncil space.

David explains that Accounting disagrees with Facilitation WG (and the budget freeze proposer) that the pre-allocated expense for… #nycsc

Cont’d: …#Spokescouncil space is exempted with other pre-allocated expenses, which is why there’s been delay in announcing #SC spaces.

Accounting suggests rather than getting more suggestions on topics, “let’s temp check” Facilitaiton’s. Drop their own convo topic. #nycsc

Vision and Goals (Patrick) feels that it would “be great to have a chat about budgets in general.” #nycsc #ows

So, the two proposed topics are “how the freeze affects Spokescouncil spaces” and “a general budget.” #nycsc #ows

Facilitation clarifies that their issue is more what to do when there’s a disagreement w/ Accounting, not just this issue. #nycsc #ows

So, we’re tempchecking these options, plus continuing the safer spaces conversation. We’re going w/ Facilitation’s topic. #nycsc #ows

Facilitation will introduce the issue, and then we’ll stack up an open conversation. Facilitation: “We’re looking for guidance from this..”

Cont’d: “…body b/c there’s a difference in interpretation of the spending freeze.” Felt the space for Spokescouncil was included in an…

Cont’d: …exception for previous allocations that was a friendly amendment to the budget freeze. Accounting disagrees, and so…

Cont’d: …we have no financing for Spokescouncil faces. “This is affecting our ability to find spaces and announce with a sufficient..”

Cont’d: “…amount of time where Spokescouncil will be held. Where do we go from there? We don’t know.” #nycsc #ows

Accounting POI: “We’re not withholding any money; the GA is. We’re not a decision-making body, we just do what GA tells us.” #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: “I love facilitation! I love Spokes! I want to pay ppl who will actually host this clusterfuck! I really do! But the GA says no…”

Cont’d: “…the GA says spending freeze.” It included, he says, exceptions for housing, medical, kitchen, and outstanding debts. #nycsc #ows

Haywood states his understanding outstanding debts, like things owed Oakland, are exempted. Notes that there are disagreements…

Cont’d: …about what was included as friendly amendments, but the minutes aren’t available yet. Minutes says audio is now available. #nycsc

POI out of process is that tech’s ongoing budget was exemplary of the “previous allocations” exemption, so Facilitation’s would also fit in.

DA’s spoke suggests that they can’t trust either Facilitation’s or Accounting’s take, b/c of shared respect, and needs Minutes. #nycsc #ows

Accounting agrees, we need to refer to the minutes to figure it out. Facilitation raises next point: “We brought this to an accounting…”

Cont’d: “…meeting, and we’re still left with this issue.” Not looking for he-said-she-said, but wants to know “what do we do” when there’s..

Cont’d: …a disagreement with Accounting’s interpretation? Accounting felt that they’d revisit once Minutes were available, which they now..

Cont’d: …should be. Library is next: They feel similarly to DA; feels weird getting to point in movement where we’re interpreting things…

Cont’d: …”in ways that break down what we want.” Feels GA and Spokes are at odds w/ each other on one hand, and the idea that GA has…

Cont’d: …power over spokes. “Where did this come from, this idea that GA has power over spokes?” #nycsc #ows

Library spoke feels that it was said so many times that he himself has just internalized it, but notes the #SC proposal only gives… #nycsc

Cont’d: …GA one power over Spokes: to dissolve it. Notes proposal specifically gives #NYCSC power over budget and expenditures for #OWS.

Library: “GA and Spokescouncil are not competing bodies; they’re the same body in different forms.” #nycsc #ows

Stairs notes that we’re running out of time, will close stack and wrap up. #nycsc #ows

Vision and Goals doesn’t remember for sure what happened at GA when Spending Freeze was approved, but does remember… #nycsc #ows

Cont’d: …offering an amendment he thought was approved that the freeze would be lifted if a budget was created for #OWS. #nycsc #ows

So, Patrick (V&G) feels that’s an important conversation to have. Accounting agrees and feels this dispute can be resolved w/ Minutes audio.

Someone reminds us that we’re talking about question of what happens if there’s a dispute. Zack from Facilitation notes that many feel…

Cont’d: ..that GA doesn’t have the power to shut off finances to #Spokescouncil. “I don’t want a conflict b/w them, but perhaps another..”

Cont’d: “…way around this is… to ask Spokescouncil if Spokescouncil felts empowered to make spending decisions” regardless of freeze.

OK! That was last on stack; we’re done w/ that discussion for now. We’re now stacking up individual announcements. #nycsc #ows

First, “as I promised 2 weeks ago when we discussed community agreements, I worked to get feedback about how to implement…” #nycsc

Cont’d: “…codes of conduct. I have a second draft, I’m sending around and will bring it back.” Not sure how community agreements not…

Cont’d: …being approved will accept that, but de-escalation is ready to start the conversation about “the teeth”. #nycsc #ows

Someone: “I have some extra money, and I’d like some help shopping for grapefruit and other things, b/c you’re nt getting enough vitamin C!”

Cont’d: “I’ve a nursing degree, a library degree, and a remnant of the Berkeley Free Speech Movement!” #nycsc #ows

We’re ending with a unity clap! slow clap… medium clap… fast clap… woooooo #nycsc #ows

OK, that’s it for tonight’s Spokescouncil! Thanks fam! [Questions, comments, concerns, hit me @diceytroop!] #nycsc #ows

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