[act-ma] CANCELED: Tonight's Occupy Boston event

Robbie Samuels send2robbie at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 10:23:43 PDT 2012

Unfortunately, the transformer fire in Back Bay last night left the area
without power. So we have to cancel tonight's event: Socializing for
Justice: Occupy Boston.

Please join us at the 99% Sprint Direct Action Training on Wednesday, April
11 - http://www.sojust.org/events/55667142/ - where you'll be able to learn
more about Occupy Boston and other groups planning actions against big
banks and greedy corporations this spring.

For Justice,

On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 8:52 PM, Robbie Samuels <send2robbie at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi fellow activists and organizers,
> Ready to take on big banks and greedy corporations? Attend these events to
> meet some great Boston organizers and find out about tons of upcoming
> actions. Join us if you're ready to build a cross-issue progressive
> movement!
> *Socializing for Justice: Occupy Boston<http://www.sojust.org/events/52607442/>
> Wednesday, March 14, 6:00-8:30PM*
> Lir on Boylston by Hynes Convention Center
> *Socializing for Justice is throwing a party for Occupy Boston! *Occupy
> Boston did not end when they were evicted from Dewey Square. Far from it.
> There are dozens of active working groups and endless events and actions
> taking place all around the city. General Assemblies are held several times
> a week and all they're missing is *YOU! *SoJust is hosting this event so
> you can connect with this vibrant movement and find your place among the
> many volunteer opportunities. You'll meet members of several working groups
> and learn about upcoming actions. Learn more at www.occupyboston.org.
> *RSVP for Occupy Boston event: http://www.sojust.org/events/52607442/*
> *SoJust's 99% Spring: Direct Action Training*
> *Wednesday, April 11, 6:00-9:00PM*
> The NonProfit Center by South Station
> Join with 100,000 other Americans across the country to learn how to tell
> the story of what happened to our economy, the history of non-violent
> direct action, and how to use that knowledge to fight the corrupting
> influence of big money on our political system. With this 3-hour training
> you'll be prepared to join dozens of actions taking place in Boston this
> spring, including a Tax Day Action and a May Day Action.
> *Register*: http://bit.ly/sojust99spring (This takes you to a MoveOn.org
> event form.)
> *Join the 99% Spring Movement! *
> Ready to be a trainer? Attend the 99% Spring Trainers Boot Camp March
> 24th-25th: http://bit.ly/99trainer. Commit your organization: www.the99spring.com/form.html.
> <http://www.the99spring.com/form.html>Training has been essential to
> every change-making movement, and this April 9-15 we’ll walk in the
> footsteps of history.
> * *
> For Justice,
> Robbie
> Robbie Samuels
> SoJust Co-Founder
> @RobbieSamuels <http://www.twitter.com/robbiesamuels> @SoJust<http://www.sojust.org/>
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