Women Occupy Wall Street Calendar
For a complete calendar of OWS events, please see the official calendar.
Ambiguous Upsparkles: Stories from the Heart of the Park - a story-sharing session inspired by a series of discussions with V-Day's Eve Ensler. Stories are published in Eve's weekly column and will be read aloud the following week. Arrive ready to share! Sundays 5-7 pm. Meets at the middle of the East side steps, Liberty Square.
Divine Feminine Discussion Group - a safe discussion group for people who are female-bodied or female-identified, or who experience oppression as a woman. Meets at The Cube, then changes location.
OWS Anti-War - A working group focused on anti-war actions and education.
"Poccupy" POC (People of Color) - created in response to the lack of racial diversity at #OccupyWallStreet with the purpose of developing critical consciousness within the movement and extending its reach to include those most affected by the current crisis. It is open to all who identify as people of color. Sundays 3pm and Wednesdays 6:30pm. Meets by the red structure (South East side of Liberty Square).
WOW (Women Occupying Wall Street), the women's caucus - WOW exists to create a safe space for the empowerment of female-bodied and/or female-identified individuals, for community awareness, and for collective action on the issues that affect women most. The issues that affect females affect all of society. Meets at The Cube, then changes location.
CODEPINK also supports the acknowledgement of the intrinsic connection between the U.S. war policy and the U.S. economic system. We believe the U.S. Empire asserts its power through the U.S. military, the U.S. diplomatic corp, the U.S. intelligence/security system, and transnational corporations. We cannot create a new world without addressing all aspects of the empire. We are in deep solidarity with many movements that have converged through the Occupy Together movement. The 99% may not agree on all points, but we all know change must happen. We strongly encourage all people to join us in person in our local communities, and at our nation's capitol, as the best way to create nonviolent paradigm shifts.