After reading this Liberty Tree and Democracy Now announcement (if you haven't already done so) you will find that you can contribute to an important and growing movement. Numbers count. Here's the URL for the entire mailing and also a few lines from it:

https://app.e2ma.net/app/view:CampaignPublic/id:29568.7287859702/rid:03a0216897739f6a0cd328b9349183b6

Everyone is talking about the spread of the global uprising to Wall Street, Boston Common, Chicago, and this week, to the Washington D.C.'s Freedom Plaza. Here are three more contributions to this movement you will want to know about: 1. This Thursday, October 6th, the occupation of Freedom Plaza in Washington D.C. begins. Liberty Tree, the Wisconsin Wave, Move to Amend, and many of the organizations involved in the Democracy Convention are part of the October 2011 coalition. The coalition's goal is to "light the spark that sets off a true democratic, nonviolent transition to a world in which people are freed to create just and sustainable solutions."

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