Hartford Communities Speak ~ #OccupyHartford Listens, Nov. 17, 2011

We are assembling representatives from a variety of Hartford non-profits, neighborhood organizations, and unaffiliated grassroots activists to learn how Occupy Hartford can help You, and to educate ourselves with respect to Hartford’s history, needs and aspirations.


We want to learn:

1.   What actions your organization/person has done, is planning to do, or would like to plan;

2.  What have been the successes and failures of previous actions; and

3.  How Occupy Hartford can help.

By the end of the night, together, we may have formulated strategies to the advantage of all the people of Hartford, and will have collectively given a People’s state of the city address.


Thursday, November 17th, 7-9pm

If possible, please arrive early so we can begin promptly at 7pm.  If you cannot stay the entire two hours, you are welcome to attend for the time you are available. We will end promptly at 9pm.


West Indian Social Club, 3340 Main St., Hartford, CT



On October 7th, Occupy Hartford (www.occupyhartford.org) established a camp at Turning Point Park, where Farmington and Asylum meet. The camp was established, following the model developed at Occupy Wall Street, to protest the role that corporate greed plays in politics at the expense of citizens’ basic rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

PLEASE RSVP: moffiedonnelly at gmail.com 

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