Posts Tagged Public Space
This evening I had the privilege of facilitating a teach-in with members of Occupy Chicago’s education committee. My thanks go out to them again for inviting me. I also extend my respect and admiration to all those who attended and raised such interesting insights at the teach-in that are crucial for the future of the movement as well as our city.
For the benefit of those unable to attend or who would simply like to read my remarks, I have attached a copy of my lecture to this post.
Remember–united we stand, divided we beg. This is OUR CITY, OUR INHERITANCE. Not a commodity to be sold to the highest bidder.