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    Occupy Love film screening, 4/18/13, 7pm, Democracy Center in Cambridge

    Occupy Love3 Occupy Love film screening, 4/18/13, 7pm, Democracy Center in Cambridge

    You’re invited! Occupy Love film screening, Thursday, 4/18/13, at the Democracy Center, 45 Mt. Auburn St., Cambridge, 7 pm.

    Facebook event page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/331393493650707/

    Community Gathering Monday March 26th

    Come join your OB tech team (OBIT) for a community gathering on Monday, March 26th from 6pm – 9pm at E5, 33 Harrison Ave. We realize tech sounds boring, and some of us sound geeky. Let us change your mind as we build an evening of play and politics; song and dance; and perhaps a bit of techno-magic. Our goal is to get to know as many of you as possible and also to give you a sense of our political mission. The gathering will feature some Theater of the Oppressed, music, conversation, and a consensus building tool developed by one of our own OBIT members. By the end, we hope we all know each other better and understand something more about the politics of technology and the Internet.

    Please come hang out with us and explore the various ways we understand and actualize the politics of freedom. Food and drink will be provided.

    obit cg5 227x300 Community Gathering Monday March 26th

    Video from Occupy Boston’s “No War on Iran” Rally

    On Saturday, February 4th Occupy Boston’s Action for Peace Work Group joined communities across the nation, with over 60 endorsing organizations, to alert people to the ominous drumbeat, that unimpeded, will lead to war on Iran. The following video was produced by Occupy Boston Media Working Group member David L.

    OccuNation: Occupy Boston’s Homegrown Documentary

    Two of our very own occupiers, Mike Hipson and David Lehnert, have been working on a feature-length documentary film about the Occupy Movement. Mike, a member of our community wellness team, and David, a member of our media team, have both lived at the Dewey Square Encampment and have been great assets to our community.

    The movie is called OccuNation, and principal photography will be going on until the Summer. Mike and David will be travelling the country filming local occupations across the United States, from big cities like Boston and New York to small town America, exploring themes like localism and social justice activism.

    It’s a huge project to undertake, and the OccuNation team just launched their project on Kickstarter, the same fundraising site that the Boston Occupier received its financing from. If you would like to learn more about OccuNation visit the website here, and if you would like to contribute to the project, click here.

    We would greatly appreciate it if you could contribute to this amazing project, but if not, that’s okay! We’d love it if you followed us onTwitter, liked us on Facebook, and check out our website every now and then!

    OccuNation: Occupy Boston’s Homegrown Documentary

    Two of our very own occupiers, Mike Hipson and David Lehnert, have been working on a feature-length documentary film about the Occupy Movement. Mike, a member of our community wellness team, and David, a member of our media team, have both lived at the Dewey Square Encampment and have been great assets to our community.

    The movie is called OccuNation, and principal photography will be going on until the Summer. Mike and David will be travelling the country filming local occupations across the United States, from big cities like Boston and New York to small town America, exploring themes like localism and social justice activism.

    It’s a huge project to undertake, and the OccuNation team just launched their project on Kickstarter, the same fundraising site that the Boston Occupier received its financing from. If you would like to learn more about OccuNation visit the website here, and if you would like to contribute to the project, click here.

    We would greatly appreciate it if you could contribute to this amazing project, but if not, that’s okay! We’d love it if you followed us on Twitter, liked us on Facebook, and check out our website every now and then!

    Contact us

    Occupy Boston Media <Media@occupyboston.org> • <Info@occupyboston.org> • @Occupy_Boston