Miami

Which way forward for the 99%? Build Power & Show Power through Mass Participatory Bold Action

By Occupy May 1st There have been a wave of repressive attacks on, and evictions of, various Occupy camp sites throughout the country including where the movement started in Zucotti (Liberty) Park. But even before the evictions and repression escalated to the current levels, questions were being asked: what’s the way forward for the movement? […]

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International Libertarian Statement of Solidarity with the Egyptian popular Struggle

From anarkismo.net On the weekend 19-20th a new wave of mass protest all over Egypt broke out because of the systematic violence of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) against the Egyptian masses. People are tired of its dictatorial behaviour, the use of extreme force against protesters, the military trials that in 10 […]

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Declaración Internacional Libertaria en solidaridad con la lucha popular en Egipto

de anarkismo.net El fin de semana del 19 y 20 de noviembre estalló una nueva ola de protestas populares en Egipto a causa de la sistemática violencia del Consejo Supremo de las Fuerzas Armadas contra las masas egipcias. El pueblo está cansado de su comportamiento dictatorial, del uso de una fuerza extrema contra los manifestantes, […]

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Recomposition: class, history, and crisis

October 29th 2011 One Struggle South Florida invited Scott Nappalos of Miami Autonomy & Solidarity to present on how work and workers struggle has changed throughout history and workers’ battles. The talk and part of the discussion were recorded, and uploaded here. The talk covers the relationship between Fordism, Taylorism, Toyotism, Neoliberalism, and the struggles of […]

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11/4/11 7pm: Occupations & Crisis: A film & discussion of La Dignidad de Los Nadies

Sweat Records 5505 Northeast 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida The system is in crisis, unemployment lines grow daily, and austerity is grinding away at our necessities and way of life. In 2001 Argentina experienced an even greater collapse, and massive movements emerged to build alternatives to the misery that was imposed upon them. Occupations, massive strikes, […]

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Occupy Miami Rally in Solidarity with Occupy Oakland General Strike

Wednesday, November 2 5:00pm – 6:00pm The Torch of Friendship, Bayfront Park, Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL This Occupy Miami* rally is in solidarity with the Occupy Oakland General Strike (http://www.occupyoakland.org/2011/10/general-strike-mass-day-of-action/) and one of the 99 Actions for the 99% (https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=276693625703837). On facebook: https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=100999916681014 *The rally was endorsed at the Occupy Miami November 1st General Assembly

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From the square to the block to the shop: spread the occupation amid the whirlwind of crisis

A movement is born. Across America and around the world occupations have spread. We witness the beauty and struggle of a new protagonist joining the fight against oppression and exploitation. Crisis feeds conflict: the pillaging of communities galvanizes people from Greece and Chile, Bangladesh and China, the United States and Spain. A massive wave has […]

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10/8/11 Saturday 130pm Occupy Miami official general assembly planning meeting

‎10/8/11 Saturday 130pm Bayfront Park Miami Occupy Miami official planning & general assembly The occupation begins October 15th, come be a part of this movement and help build a radical alternative to the austerity and misery we’re facing. This meeting will help decide the logistics and direction of the occupation, and this is the official […]

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