OWS is calling upon you to participate in an international day of direct action on November 17 in celebration of the the two month anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

If your city is participating in the mass action and not listed below, please send me a message and I will add the details (submit links, ask will not allow for links).

7:00 Shut Down Wall Street
3:00 Occupy the Subways
5:00 Take the Square
This information and more at:
Second: Occupy The Burroughs 
Third: Celebrate two months of OWS by marching across the Brooklyn Bridge
All three events HERE 

(via occupiedworld who will be LIVE TWEETING/photographing on the ground via their twitter)

Students across the country will gather together on November 17 to protest the rising costs of college education, and the diminishing quality in that education from universities. Students will strike by gathering in central locations throughout each school, or in solidarity at Occupy Wall Street.
More information at:

Occupying steelbridge in morning 
Rally afterwards
Subsequently occupying banks

1,000+ people to take over the street of Downtown, Los Angeles. Activists will meet at Bank of America Plaza at 333 S Hope St. and march to the corner of Figueroa and 4th St., where we will shut down the intersection.

Mass Uniting’s Jobs Not Cuts March & Rally at Dewey Square.

Prior to March @ FSU: Martin Luther King Jr, Stokely Carmichael, American Democracy, and the Search for Economic Justice: From the Civil Rights Movement to the Occupy Movement

3:00pm Student Rally @ Northrop Plaza
4:00pm March onto the 10th Ave Bridge
5:30pm Rally on the Peoples’ Plaza (Government Plaza)


A general strike of university students will be taking place in the following cities: Barcelona, Girona, Lleida, Tarragona, Palma, Sevilla, Santiago de Compostela, Murcia, Madrid, Valencia, Castello, Alicante, Zaragoza
17:00: Demonstration in Madrid
Place: From Nuevos Ministerios to Puerta del Sol Square
Call: Assembly UAM-CSIC / 15M

Activists are mobilising for sit-ins at universities and schools to discuss the ongoing protests around the world, resist the increasing commercialisation of education and connect to the struggle on the global level.

Massive student strikes, flash mobs, rallies, and other actions will be taking place in dozens of cities

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    My professor cancelled class tomorrow because he is going on strike for the day.
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    OCCUPY DC March from McPherson Square at 2:30 to rally at Key Bridge.
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    man if they do this shit. imma be late for class lol
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