The Occupy conversation is changing. Now.

Nina NerdFace

I have spent every day since Occupy began getting to know every side, every reaction, every emotion, every opinion, etc. I’ve spent months listening to people talk. I spoke to Occupiers, Anti-Occupiers, police, mainstream media, residents, tourists, legal observers, Anons, trolls, and anyone I could get to speak to me.

Until now I haven’t felt confident enough to say what I’m going to say. I now have the knowledge and experience to say what needs to be said.

The vast majority of people I’ve spoken to are looking at Occupy as a “reason to get together to complain about a problem and celebrate like anything’s been accomplished after an unorganized march.”

Everyone is angry. Everyone wants a solution. Everyone is scared. Everyone is tired. But we are not going to give up.

Yes, we are angry. Yes, things have to change. In order to see the change we have to…

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