Thanks to commentor THE for this morning’s moment of Zen.
Our correspondents at Occupy Missoula could use some help.
Website for Thursday’s Nov. 17 Mass Day of Action here.
Greg Sargent at his Washington Post Plum Line blog reports that AFL-CIO chief Richard Trumka says that “organized labor will continue standing with evicted protestors“: “The question of whether organized labor can succeed in tying the protests to a larger working class constituency is still unanswered. But Trumka seems to be confident that the protesters’ message will continue to resonate among the working class rank and file, despite the mounting imagery of cops clashing with them across the country.”
The Guardian has a fellow activist’s op-ed on “Scott Olsen, Occupy Oakland’s soldier for peace“.
And finally, after heaping praise on Police Commissioner Kelly’s “minutely planned raid“, the NYTimes permits itself to report that “other sites hope N.Y. raid will energize cause“, while seeking “new paths to influence“…
What else is (should be) on the agenda?