Food “Unrest-for-the-Dispossessed” Fest storms down on Twitter

October 22nd Alliance is happy to announce the 1st Annual Fort Lauderdale Food “Unrest-for-the-Dispossessed” Fest. The festival is essentially a campaign to call out city officials, who seek to re-implement a public food sharing ban that was put on hold in December, 2014, for spending $65,000 on two high-dollar food events connected to the South Beach Wine and Food Festival. Those events will take place at the historic Bonnett House on Feb. 24, and the Ritz-Carlton on the 28th. Both venues are on Ft. Lauderdale Beach.

Here’s a link to the Fest’s Facebook page, where info and tweeting info also can be found. Tweet tweet!

Calling all rebellious Tweeters! (And defenders of the dispossessed.)

Posted by Shem Sole on Monday, February 15, 2016

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About October 22nd Alliance to End Homelessness

I've been an organizer and freelance writer exposing the systemic roots of social inequality, especially the brutality inflicted on persons experiencing homelessness by means of laws criminalizing their existence, for about seven years. While seeking change at the local, state and national levels via progressive legislation, legal remedies and creative resistance, I believe that only through a radical reorganization of society, brought about by unified struggle with the powers that be, will we be able to guarantee every citizen the humane existence which we all deserve. I work locally in Broward County, FL, as founder of The October 22nd Alliance; across Florida with Florida Homeless Action Coalition (FL-HAC) which I also co-founded; and am allied nationally with National Coalition for the Homeless and National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty. I support all struggle for the full liberation and equality of historically dominated people, from Blacks and Native Americans in the US, to Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, to women and LGBTQ people the world over, and wherever the crushing machinery of capitalism and imperialism produces its endless supply of human misery.
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