I attended the 2nd Strategy Mtg. There was a black guy in dreads
(Derrick?) who was telling a story about a co-worker being injured and
he himself losing his job. It seems his story would be worthy of an
article in the newspaper.
I was in the doorway with people around me talking so I could not hear
exactly what he was saying. Do ya'll know who I am talking about? I
could help him write it or approach him about writing it himself if I
knew where to find him.
There were other speakers that brought up insecurity in the
workplace . (I have a photo of the sign: Job Insecurity Keeps Us
Silent from the silent Energy Day march.)
Also I would like to submit a column devoted to already existing
resources addressing some of the grievances/needs specific to Houston,
(along the lines of what Nick Cooper was saying in regards to not
reinventing the wheel), along with a short paragraph of how these
groups/organizations got started and how they've grown and continued
to sustain themselves.
In addition maybe a partial list of what Houston groups/organizations
have endorsed Occupy Houston with a link to a longer (and growing)
Look forward to working with you guys. And the 1st copy of Occupy
Houston is fantastic. Very professional and I am sure a real eye-
opener to those relying on for-profit-infortainment for "news".