Occupy Wall Street has a bicycle coalition:
“Put the revolution between you’re legs.”
They’re getting ready for a big event on Monday, February 27th.
#F27: Occupy the Food Supply: GLOBAL DAY OF ACTION
On Monday, February 27th, 2012, OWS Food Justice, OWS Sustainability, Oakland Food Justice & the worldwide Occupy Movement invite you to join the Global Day of Action to Occupy the Food Supply. We challenge the corporate food regime that has prioritized profit over health and sustainability. We seek to create healthy local food systems. We stand in Solidarity with Indigenous communities, and communities around the world, that are struggling with hunger, exploitation, and unfair labor practices.
On this day, in New York City, community gardeners, activists, labor unions, farmers, food workers, and citizens of the NYC metro area, will gather at Zuccotti Park at noon, for a Seed Exchange, to raise awareness about the corporate control of our food system and celebrate the local food communities in the metro area.
At 2pm, this event will take to the streets, to educate the public about the effects of GMOs on our health and environment, with GMO labels and GMO buying guides. Also at 2pm, the Seed Ball Bike Ride will depart, launching seed balls to remediate soil & green NYC en route to the La Plaza Community Garden, where Lower East Side Community Garden Tours will commence at 3pm.
Join us throughout the day in this community celebration, and help us realize our shared healthy food future together!!
CREATE: Local, Just, Fair Solutions
RESIST: Corporate Control of our Food Supply
The NYC Events …
Noon – Symbolic presence at Stock Exchange
Noon – Seed Exchange at the “Stock Exchange” (location: Zuccotti Park)
2pm – GMO labeling (leave from Zuccotti Park)
2pm – Seed Ball Bike Ride (leave from Zuccotti Park)
3pm – LES Community Gardens Tours – (meetup location La Plaza Community Garden)
National Event – Facebook page Link:
Seed Ball Bike Ride – Facebook page Link:
OWS Food Justice
Occupy Oakland Food Justice
Global Occupy Movement
Occupy Bike Coalition