Mothers and children OccupyLSX

// 25 October 2011

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Slightly late notice, but we received this invitation for mothers and children to join the London Stock Exchange Occupation tomorrow:

occupylsx general assembly and banner reading we are the 99%

PLEASE SUPPORT Rachel Mariner, a Harvard educated lawyer and mum of two, who addressed the general assembly at St Paul’s on Saturday calling Mothers to occupy half term Wednesday 26 October 2011

Rachel will be traveling from Cambridge to arrive in Liverpool Street Station at 11:45 from where she meet with members of Enemies of Good Art to march to St Pauls. Please spread the word.

Rachel and a group of mothers and children from Cambridge have issued an invitation to every mother in the UK to join them on Wednesday 26th October 2011 at Occupy London Stock Exchange at St Paul’s Churchyard. This is an opportunity to find out more about the camp, part of the global movement for real democracy aiming to challenge social and economic injustice in the UK and beyond.

Occupy London Stock Exchange (OccupyLSX) will welcome Occupy Half Term at noon this Wednesday. Parents and children are invited to meet members of the occupation, as well as supporting groups including Anonymous (UK) and Global Women’s Strike. Through a special workshop, put together by OccupyLSX’s Tent City University, children will have the chance to practice direct democracy in an open and inclusive space. There will also be a short dance and a procession back to Liverpool Street Station at 2.45pm, for those taking the train from London back to Cambridge.

Details:

Meet at Liverpool Street Station in the centre of the concourse – you’ll have no problem finding us.

March to St Pauls.

Occupy Half Term Demo at 12.00.

For anyone returning to Cambridge or if you just fancy it – procession back to Liverpool Street Station at 2.45pm

Photo by belkus, shared under a Creative Commons Licence.

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