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[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Johnny Powell
Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 9:13 PM
Subject: Re: December 6th Day of Action: Occupy Wall Street Goes Home
How about tomorrow afternoon?
On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 1:55 PM, Scott Richardson
Rocco told me about you yesterday and I was going to email you today so good
timing! I am available after 5pm most days so just name a day and we'll meet
On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 1:03 PM, Johnny Powell <powej...
My name is Johnny Powell, and I will be launching a non-profit and
educational magazine (Occupy the Magazine) in January. I would like to use
some of content on the Occupy Pocatello site, such as: photos, contact
information, etc. I want to spread the message of the movement to a larger
audience, and I believe this magazine is the way to do just that. There is a
Facebook page that is currently up, and I am building a website that will be
up as soon as it is done. http://www.occupythemag.com Also I would like to
schedule a meeting with you, preferably at the Occupy camp, to ask you a few
questions and to take a few photos. Right now I am on holiday break, so any
time is good for me. Thanks in advance.
Johnny C Powell
Editor of Occupy the Magazine
On Mon, Dec 5, 2011 at 10:30 AM, Scott Richardson
Bring your signs protesting Illegal Foreclosures down and join us as
we stand in solidarity with OWS as they Occupy Foreclosed homes
We will be presenting information on local foreclosures at the rally
and discussing what further action we can take locally. .
Date(s) - 6 Dec 2011 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM
LocationOak and Yellowstone camp site.
Meet @ 1pm to 7pm for Rally @ Oak and Yellowstone Bring signs, warm
spirits and food!
Fight to reclaim democracy from the banks is growing from Wall Street
to Main Street.
On December 6th, Occupy Pocatello will join in solidarity with a
Brooklyn community to liberate a foreclosed home.
At 1pm, they are gathering at Pennsylvania and Livonia in East New
York, Brooklyn to march through a neighborhood on the front lines of
the economic crisis.
Along the way, the will take stock of foreclosed properties for the
growing Occupy Real Estate Listing Service, so families can reclaim
foreclosed homes in their neighborhood - and connect with allies in
their communities to defend the human right to a home.
We are working to get similar information for the local area as well
for future events and are standing in solidarity with them on this
This action is part of a national kick-off for a new frontier for the
occupy movement: the liberation of vacant bank-owned homes for those
The banks got bailed out, but our families are getting kicked out.
Idaho has the 7th highest foreclosure rate in America and it is
estimate it will take several years before the foreclosure crisis
In Pocatello we are facing 58 foreclosures and 95 bankruptcies this
week alone. 43 homes are in preforeclosure as well.
Millions of Americans lost their homes in the Wall Street recession
and one in four homeowners are currently underwater on their
mortgages. The 99% is baring the brunt of a crisis caused by Wall
Street and big banks.
That's why, all across the country, Americans have begun standing up
to the banks that are trying to evict them. It's already happened in
Atlanta, Miami, San Francisco, Minneapolis, and cities and towns
across the country. Now, it's happening in Pocatello.
Across the country, people are making eviction defense at foreclosed
properties, doing takeovers of vacant properties by homeless families,
and taking foreclosure action disruptions. Today, actions will take
place in more than 25 cities across the country.
Soon, they will be happening everywhere.
Wall Street and the big banks are making record profits while most
Americans are struggling to stay in their homes. They break the law
with impunity, but millions of us get served with eviction. They make
trillions and get bailouts, while we face record unemployment and
No more! Our system has been serving Wall Street, big banks, and the
We are the 99%. We are reclaiming our democracy.
And we are reclaiming our homes.