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Revision as of 22:11, 1 October 2011

Occupy Portland! The revolution is here. The revolution is now. The revolution is being wikified.

The purpose of this and other official website-related work on PortlandWiki is to provide a central organizing space for all relevant information and work related to this gathering that anyone can access and contribute to. This is a "leaderless movement" so we are all involved in the work details. (New to wikis? Learn how to add and edit content).

Occupy Portland Communications

To self-organize this work, open one of the links below and list out 1) what needs to be done and 2) what you specifically are able to contribute. To link up with others, leave your contact info such as Twitter, Facebook or email (to protect against spammers, use this email format: name AT provider DOT com).

To join the communication email group go to Occupy Portland Communication email group, then click "Join this group."


Portland Resources

About Occupy Portland

Occupy Portland is Portland's answer to the Occupy Wall Street movement happening in New York City. The occupation will begin at noon on Thursday, October 6th, 2011 with a march out of SW Waterfront Park. The exact location of the camp will be announced one hour prior to the march.

From the official website:

We will gather in solidarity with the ongoing protest in New York City, Occupy Wall Street, and the growing number of cities whose people will no longer sit back watching corporate and special interests run their government. We are citizens of the United States, and this country is ours. We will take it back.


A note about Occupy Portland on PortlandWiki:

Q: Is the information here, on PortlandWiki, a redundant replication of data presented on Occupy Portland’s web site, facebook page, twitter feed, etc?
A: Some of it may be but the point is to ensure that everyone has access to information in many forms. Not everyone uses Facebook or Twitter (or knows how to), or can make sense of the different levels of information on the occupy sites. Occupy Portland work on the wiki adds value by consolidating, digesting, archiving, expanding, creating (etc.) the material found on various websites, discussion groups, social media feeds, and so on.

National Resources

See Also

Make Revolution Not War | Organized Power | Foreclosure | Portland General Strike | Food Not Bombs | City Wiki | Rally For Peace: Time To Break The Spell | Represent The People