I started working at Starbucks and I usually work closing shifts so I get to take home a lot of food that is going to get thrown out. The food is perfectly good. I feel like this food could go to people that need it. I’m not sure how to make that happen though. Its only a few bags full so not really enough to give to soup kitchens, I’m not sure just trying to hand people food on the street is a good idea either. Any thoughts?
In countries where unions are weak, like ours, we tend to find whats called ‘tough love’, as they call it these days, which means ‘love for the privileged, and tough for everybody else’.
Its a blog created by two IWW organizers and fellow artists in LA that want to form a artists union to fight against exploitation and create solidarity in this and other industries. If you are a fellow artist or just a supporter, you should follow this Tumblr.
The people united will never be defeated!!!
Saturday, October 1 at 10:00am - December 31 at 11:30pm
LA City Hall 200 North Spring Street Los Angeles, CA
Occupy Los Angeles
At Occupy LA’s General Assembly meeting on 9/25, we have voted and decided on the official occupation date and location!!!
********CITY HALL ON OCTOBER 1ST!***********
Bring your sleeping bags, tents, food, hygiene products, flashlights, anything else you can think of to sustain occupying overnights, and most importantly, BRING YOUR SIGNS!
“We are the 99%”
Whatever signs you’d like, get creative!
SEE YOU THERE, “WHOSE STREET, OUR STREET!”
About Occupy LA:
We are in solidarity with #OccupyWallStreet and the other occupations and actions happening across the nation and the world. We are the 99% that demand a world that works through democracy, not corporatocracy. We will not be silent. Join us. #OccupyLA
We won’t be there for the start of this as we’ll be out of town but signal boost nonetheless.