#s15 A day of Education and Collaboration

Hey Everyone, thanks for tuning in!

It took us a little bit longer than we thought it might to put out our first set of videos from yesterday’s events… but that’s only because we got SO much amazing material! We were lucky enough to interview the now famous dissident and Occupier, retired Philadelphia Police Captain Ray Lewis, as well as a slew of organizers and participants that have been heavily involved in the planning of this weekend. Together, with the help of the B:Media Collective, we were able to bring you this awesome recap. We are having internet issues, so please visit our youtube channel throughout the day to find the edited interviews that we got as they continue to upload, including Occupy Wall Street’s Info and Press teams, Iraq veteran medics, and more. Please check them out!

The stories we heard and the organization we witnessed yesterday were truly inspiring. Contrary to popular media coverage, which claims that our movement is dead in its tracks, we were able to feel the life of this movement in our bones – the whole day was electric, filled with information, networking and movement building. Today, we’re heading out to capture the celebration, including music performances, anti-fracking actions and more! Tune in this evening, and we’ll do our darnedest to have our amazing coverage out to you by the night’s end.
Speaking truth to power, in the streets,

Adriane

PS – We’ve ALMOST reached our fundraising goal! Please continue to share the link to our fundraiser, and encourage your friends and family to contribute if they can! While you’re at it, take a moment to “like” our youtube channel, share our facebook link and get everyone you know tuned in! Thank you for your support!

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