9 PROPOSITIONS FOR A COMPASSIONATE CULTURAL CRITICISM
1. The bigger the cultural criticism conversation gets, the better; but also the more it’s geared to actual listening and transformation, the better . . . read more
1. You can refer to the “1%” and have everybody know what you are talking about.
2. You can fight back in court if you are stopped and frisked in New York City.
3. You can share things online without being immediately sued.
4. New media projects.
5. Senator Elizabeth Warren. *See video at link below.
6. A more deeply networked activist world.
Occupy Wall Street 2nd Anniversary
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
LIve Streams http://occupystreams.org/
Most people involved in the Occupy movement have seen the Pros and Cons of Consensus. Here are some thoughts on the subject and how it is working or not working ….
To Consense or Not To Consense?
Since the inception of Occupy Wall Street in 2011, most public assemblies and working or affinity group meetings have adopted a formal or modified consensus model for decision making.
Occupiers! Stop Using Consensus!
Consensus process is the tyranny of the individual. It is the most anti-social of all processes because it allows any one person to assert irrational authority over an entire group of people and block any sort of decision making. http://occupywallst.org/article/occupiers-stop-using-consensus/