The RevCom conference call tonight included special guest Kevin Zeese of ItsOurEconomy.us discussing comprehensive approaches to change, as well as specifics of upcoming events in New York City and elsewhere. Kevin took several questions for the discussion. Cindy Sheehan talked about a developing campaign in California which will begin May 1st, 2011, with a march to Sacramento, and continue with a camp-out occupation of the state capitol. The beauty of the campaign? We can match the approach in all 50 states and beyond.
Catch the audio of our conference call here: RevCom Conference Call 04.10.11. And please feel free to spread it far and wide.
Several websites were mentioned during the call, and we highlight them here:
Federal Budget Analysis and Public Opinion (pdf) (strategic info here)
We deeply appreciate Kevin Zeese’s participation, and thanks to everyone who made the call.
Here is the agenda for the call.
Call will be from 8 to 9pm Eastern (5 to 6pm Pacific), Sunday, April 10.
Once you are on the line, please press *6 to mute your phone so background noise and echos will be eliminated.
00 – 05 Welcome. Mute Phones.
05 – 10 Quick Update on Revcoms. Volunteers needed for projects. May gatherings.
10 – 50 Special Guest Kevin Zeese. Kevin is a colleague, friend and devoted activist, co-founder of Voters for Peace, Prosperity Agenda, and other entities. Kevin was Ralph Nader’s press secretary in 2004, and was a candidate for Senate in 2006 with endorsements across the political spectrum. Kevin will discuss his latest project, ItsOurEconomy.us, and will field questions.
50 – 60 Recap. Next Steps. Close.
Please submit questions for Kevin before or during the call to our email address, firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’d like to speak on the call, send a note and we will include you.
Please feel free to invite your friends to this call, and have them get involved by sending us a note.
Peace of the Action