Direct Action Calendar

I am currently trying to track down a daily calendar. I apologize it not been available separate from the daily events calendar. Please keep checking back. Thank you for your patience.

Monday, November 7th:

PNC Die-In
3:30pm at 15th and Market
We’re going to march to PNC, the largest funder of Mountain-Top
Removal, to die in a theatrical protest calling attention to what the
bank is doing to the
environment and the 99%.
Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=134706319968590

Tuesday, November 8th:

You Can’t Elect Change
Time and Location TBA
From Cantor to Clinton, and from Romney to Obama, it doesn’t matter
what party or campaign slogan, all politicians serve the 1%. That is
why, on Tuesday,
November 8, Occupy Philly will protest President Obama’s presence in
Philadelphia.

Wednesday, November 9th:

Women’s Community Revitalization Project
“Take Back Our Vacant Land” Campaign
Presentation and Discussion
More details coming soon

Philadelphia National Action Network
March for Justice Against Police Brutality
11:30am at 15th and JFK Blvd.
The Philadelphia Police Department murdered the unarmed Albert
Purnell Jr. while his hands were raised. Join us in protesting police
brutality.

Thursday, November 10th:

Veteran’s Day Press Conference
3:30pm at 15th and Market
Senator Pat Toomey is planning on voting no on a jobs bill for
veterans later this week. We will gather at 15th and Market at 3:30pm
and march to join Fight for
Philly at a press conference at Toomey’s office (17th and JFK Blvd.) at 4pm.

Saturday, November 12th:

Comcast Action
2pm at 15th and Market
Like our politicians, the only thing Comcast listens to is money.
We’re going to “lobby” Comcast, demanding that they pay their fair
share of taxes.

Day of Solidarity with African People
6pm at 2125 Chestnut St.
More details coming soon

Sunday, November 13th:

Cop Squishing: More information as it becomes available.

Monday, November 14th:

Unite Here
March to Aramark Tower
4pm at West side of City Hall
March in solidarity with Aramark workers who are fighting for a fair contract.

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