TO ALL OCCUPY MOVEMENTS! Please spread this message far and wide! Worldwide Day of Solidarity to be planned on February 27th. We will all join together in unity, from #OccupyWallStreet and #OccupyOakland to #OccupyNigeria and #OccupyAthens.
We are Anonymous.
In the light and expansion of the recent Occupy movements, we have witnessed the solidarity between North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Australia. Every time our Occupying families are raided or attacked by brutal police force, we show little to no solidarity between ourselves. As such, this march will be dedicated to demonstrate the solidarity and strength that we hold dear. We now live in a world where we hold human rights to a very high regard, no matter the nationality.
The world has seen us suffer so much as we have seen them become martyrs for the political agenda they try to overthrow. On February 27th, 2012, the march will begin at the original Occupy camps and march towards the Capitol buildings in each state, town, or county. Once arriving at the destination, we will have a candlelight vigil to show solidarity. If you cannot keep a candle lit due to weather restrictions, you can use your cell phone lights, lighters and/or flash lights as a source of light.
This march is to show worldwide solidarity with all Occupations including the Occupations people rarely speak of. Let us make this a special march. And as always, solidarity with our brothers and sisters all around the world.
We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We are The 99 percent.
We are freedom.
We are justice.
On October 27, 2008, Kambale Musavuli was interviewed by Democracy Now about the current conflict in the Congo, often referred to the Forgotten War.
The latest round of fighting in the Congo has seen a dramatic rise in the number of rapes, and some 200,000 people have been displaced since August, according to the World Food Program. Thats in addition to the nearly 1.5 million people already displaced since 2007. Bringing attention to the dire situation in the Congo and the role of Western corporations in fueling the conflict was the focus of Congo Week, an awareness-raising week of events on campuses across the country that concluded Friday.
Kambale Musavuli, Congolese engineering student at North Carolina A&T University. He helped coordinate Congo Week with the group Friends of the Congo.