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A Month After Hurricane Sandy, the Opportunity for Building a Public Solidarity Movement Is Now

When Hurricane Sandy hit, Occupy put on work gloves, joined communities in crisis to help meet immediate needs. We can't stop now.

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When Hurricane Sandy hit, Occupy turned its swords into plowshares; it put on work gloves, joined communities in crisis to help meet immediate needs, and began to lay the groundwork for a genuine recovery. But let’s not forget that the bulldozers are still on their way. We’re going to have to learn to multitask – plowshares, yes, and swords too.

 
Yotam Marom is an organizer, educator, musician, and writer. He is a member of the Organization for a Free Society, and can be reached at Yotam.marom@gmail.com.
 
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