The General Assembly Guide
This convenient double sided tri-fold pamphlet is a good introduction to the NYC General Assembly and the occupation of Wall Street in Zuccotti Park a.k.a. Liberty Plaza. If you are coming to the next General Assembly, bring extras to hand out. Thank You!
Hand Gestures Guide
|Description: Hold your hands up, palm open, and fan your fingers back and forth.Meaning: You agree with the proposal or like what you are hearing.|
|Description: Hold your hand downward and fan your fingers back and forth.Meaning: You disagree with the proposal or dislike what you are hearing|
|Description: Hold your hand flat and fan your fingers up and down.Meaning: You’re taking a neutral stance on the proposal.|
|Description: Curl your hand and fingers into a letter-C shape.Meaning: You either have or need clarifying information.|
|Description: Raise your index finger up.Meaning: You have information pertinent to the discussion (not for opinions).|
|Description: Make a triangular shape with your hand by joining your index fingers and thumbs.Meaning: Telling the group the process by which discussions are held is not being followed.|
|Description: Cross your arms in front of your chest to form an X.Meaning: You have very strong moral or ethical reservations about the proposal and will consider leaving the group if it passes.|
Gesture icons by Adrian Rocchio.