Very simple proposal: I'd like to take part in, and if necessary help organize, a class devoted to understanding and perhaps furthering the Occupy Wall Street movement—its means, methods, and effects; its historical context; its appeal and usefulness as a model for organizing (around questions, propositions, and invitations to participate in a discussion that foments action, rather than predetermined messages).
I think these discussions should take place in the area being occupied, as soon as possible, as frequently as is feasible.
I'm not sure this requires a teacher so much as someone willing to organize the first meeting. Perhaps we could use a brief text (in conjunction with the Occupied Wall Street Journal?) as the basis for our first conversation. I'd be interested in posting notices of the class in and around Zuccotti Park in advance.
I imagine other Public School regulars are much more engaged in what's been happening than I am, and have a better sense of how such a class might be organized and framed. If so, please take the lead (while remaining sensitive to the leaderless context, of course!).
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Session 1 | Sunday, October 9, 2011 w/ Mike Andrews
Interview with David Graeber, "You're creating a vision of the sort of society you want to have in miniature"
Nathan Schneider, "Generally Assembled At #OccupyWallStreet"
The Occupied Wall Street Journal