Dear friends and allies in the struggle for a more just, free, and egalitarian world:
Come express your solidarity with Occupy Boston, and with the broader Occupy movement, in the wake of the recent eviction of Dewey Square,
TODAY, MONDAY DEC. 12. 4-6pm at City Hall Plaza (by Government Center).
Bring your thoughts, your signs, your music, your drums.  And your friends.
From 4-6 there will be a Speak Out, (and drum circle?) open to all.
Some will express their protest at the Mayor’s eviction and destruction of our encampment at Dewey Square.  (This will include those recently rendered homeless by the raid.)
Some will testify to the ongoing determination of our movement for global social and economic justice.
Some will speak in solidarity with the West coast occupiers, workers, and students (among others) who are –even as I write this–upping the ante and building to shut down the 1% controlled ports of the Northwest, from Oakland to Seattle.
What do you have to say at this key moment in the history of our new movement?  Come and share what you have to say!  And invite others.  Spread the word.
Around 6pm we will hold a march back into the Financial District, by the recently lost Dewey Square.  Have you seen Dewey since the police raid?