Posts By: Christina (Facilitation)

Tech Ops Working Group Budget for Phone Services, Hosting Reimbursement, Infrastructure & Operating Costs, and Livestreaming in HD

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TECH OPS BUDGET PROPOSAL The Technology Operations group of the New York City General Assembly strives to provide tools that enable our movement to connect and communicate with each other and the world through technology. We provide as many tools we can to supportOWS and the broader Occupy Movement as we all transform the world. Some of our more notable projects include tools thatmany […]

Proposal for Saturday 12/24 General Assembly: To Prohibit Working Groups from Meeting during GA and Spokes Council

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It is widely known that many working groups have meetings during general assembly and spokes council. There have been times that there are literally hundreds of people have been meeting in 60 wall while there have been les than 50 people at general assembly. The general assembly is the heart for the entire movement.it is where working […]

Proposal for Saturday 12/24 General Assembly: To Remove the 99% Declaration from NYCGA.net

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This proposal is to remove the 99 declaration group presence on NYCGA.net and to announce publicly that the 99% Declaration does not represent OWS. Using the symbols and language of the Occupy Movement, an autonomous group calling itself the 99% Declaration has, for months, been soliciting funds from unsuspecting people desperate for the change the occupy movement strives to make possible. Recently they […]

Proposal for Saturday 12/24 General Assembly: Global Protest March – Jonathan

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Jonathan M. Pratt proposes: -3 DAY INTERNATIONAL OCCUPY “SUMMIT FOR A NEW BEGINNING”- March 17th, 2012 -SUMMIT CULMINATES IN MASSIVE GLOBAL PROTEST MARCH FOCUSED ON DC- March 2Oth, 2012  Timeline and Summary All occupy groups immediately find communal space, by whatever means are agreed upon by the GA, and continue to strengthen community, wherever it may be. This […]

Proposal for Saturday 12/24 General Assembly: Direct Action Un-Settling Occupation & Budget

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Un-Settling Occupation 29 December 2011 Irondale 85 S. Oxford St. Brooklyn, NY Program begins at 5:30 We propose a gathering at Irondale Ensemble Project on the evening of December 29th 2011 that connects the colonial occupation of Manhattan to the occupation of Wall Street— an occupation of already occupied land. We have chosen to take […]

Proposal for Tuesday 12/20 General Assembly: Gabriel – Religious Life Support

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We need $10,000 for Religious Life Support to provide the necessary equipment such as proper housing in churches, temples, synagogues, mosques, with security to ensure no drug or other activity, internet laptops to have members have access to music, events, chats of the religious nature to ensure proper religious facilitation of the needs of the […]

Proposal for Sunday, 12/18, General Assembly: Proposal to move GA indoors on a trial basis

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Proposal from Facilitation Working Group & GA Working Group In response to the difficulty of holding General Assembly in increasingly poor and cold weather we propose that the General Assembly be moved to 56 Walker St, on a trial basis, this coming Tuesday and Thursday evenings. We propose that the General Assembly approve $365 for […]

Proposal for Sunday, 12/18, General Assembly:Jobs for All – Demands Working Group

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Jobs for ALL—A Massive Public Works and Public Service Program We demand a democratically-controlled public works and public service program, with direct government employment, to create 25 million new jobs at good union wages. The new jobs will go to meeting the needs of the 99%, including education, healthcare, housing, mass transit, and clean energy. […]