How To Be A Witness: Occupy Wall Street (part 4)

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Occupy Wall Street October 9, 2011

10 am, Sunday, October 9, 2011

The protest seems naked Sunday Morning but it is early, Occupation Time. It still lives, but in smaller numbers. The Big Apple waking up. Tourists just beginning their stroll around Zuccotti Park on their way to breakfast. Unlike yesterday, I can see clear through to the center of the “camp.”

How to be a witness: sit down.

How to be a witness to history: sit down.

Make yourself at home the way I am now, sitting on a concrete slab, along the perimeter of the park in front of signs I did not make, simple signs made from cardboard and marker. People stop and take pictures.

How else to be a witness: tell them (who? anyone) what you saw, what you see, what you belief, how you feel. American freedom, yo. Speak it, write it, share it. Doesn’t matter if it’s at the dinner table or on the subway or on an astrology blog 😉 Make friends. This is how it begins.

“Gives them a voice,” says a woman passing by. “Let’s everybody know.”

To be continued…(and I’ll try to include some astrology next time)

Catch up here with more OWS: Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 3

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