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End the FED 2013 - DEC. 23 @5PM - 100th Anniversary of the Federal Reserve

Monday, December 23, 2013
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (with pamphleting starting at 2pm)
101 Market Street, San Francisco, California 94105


This will be the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Federal Reserve.

Monday evening from 6 – 9, OccupyForum will hold its meeting at the FED (101 Market) and have a panel of speakers.

Stayed tuned for more details.  Here are some ideas that are being tossed around:

- “Illuminate the FED” (with the Illuminator), also the Petaluminator, possibly Light Brigade

Please bring flashlights and other ways to “shed light” on the FED

- OccupyForum: “FED UP!!!”: A talk on the FED and the alternatives (starts around 6:30)

- Chalkupy: Ideas for a giant monopoly board are forming, also everyone can write messaging, answer the question “Why are you FED UP with the monetary system?” (or other messaging)

- Blankets: We’re asking everyone who can to drop by a Goodwill or Salvation Army or thrift store and get a blanket (they’re cheap! a few bucks)… The idea is to keep warm while we’re there and then leave them in the free pile for folks who need them.

- Caroling (with words to describe the FED provided)

There are now some Scheduled events.

5:30 – anti-corporate caroling

6-6:30 – Illuminator will project a message onto the Fed

6:30 – 7:00 – Occupy Forum, topic the Federal Reserve

The END began on November 22, 2008 | We need to keep this up to bring awareness of the problem.  Join us for a networking and public awareness event.  With the holidays fast approaching, there will be tons of shoppers and walk-bys to hear the message.

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Comment by MusicalBox on November 17, 2008 at 8:43am
1 Ferry Building
San Francisco, CA 94111
This is an experiment... if this doesn't work I'll repost...

1 Ferry Building
(415) 693-09961
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 693-0996
Comment by Ron Drioane on November 16, 2008 at 12:25pm
I need help. Where is the Ferry Building?? Is is reachabale by Bart? I am comming in from Fresno and would like to Bart in from Pleasanton.
Comment by paul panasiuk on November 16, 2008 at 10:12am
Has anyone sent out a press release yet? I think it would be a good idea to have a megaphone or airhorns. They gather attention to our protest. Also, if someone has a huge flag they can wave, that would be wonderful. Any thing to let people know we are not just a big tourist group.
Comment by Eric Rader on November 14, 2008 at 2:50am
Updated plan
Schedule - Saturday, November 22
We meet up at the Ferry Building at 10:00am or earlier and start the march at 10:30am.
We march from there along Market St to Union Square and then go back up Market St. to the Federal Reserve Building where will meet at the Federal Reserve Building at noon. The route is approximately 2 miles and an estimated 39 minutes by walking. The march will be slow so we can expect the march to take 1 hr and 20 minutes (twice the normal pace).

Speakers (12 noon)
So far we have Carol Brouillet and Anthony Gregory confirmed to speak.
Justin Raimondo, Phil Berg, Matt Gonzalez, and Cindy Sheehan have been contacted, and we are awaiting their reply.

It's Saturday and there may be a farmer's market going on at the ferry bldg and that would be great for info spreading. We should pick-up lots of people along the route, and if all the speakers are there, we will have a huge crowd. Spread the word, this is growing.
Comment by Steven Vincent on November 13, 2008 at 8:18pm
If I May, our Los Angeles location is also very weary on Saturday. We are going to meet there, march around the building a few times and get some great YOUTUBE footage!! Then we are going to split into a couple groups and walk around in more populated areas- handing out literature and educating people. We are keepin our signs hand held- not much bigger than 2'x4' so we don't impede traffic.
Comment by Juanita on November 13, 2008 at 8:07pm
I understand the significance of the date, the 22nd, but I'm wondering about the wisdom of meeting in downtown areas of cities on a Saturday. Downtown S.F. is a ghost town on the weekend. If we want people to see this protest then we should meet on the Friday before, the 21st of November. Any thoughts on that?
Comment by tek on November 13, 2008 at 3:08am
Mailing list for November 22nd March on the Federal Reserve can be accessed from Here

For those wanting or willing to help organize it, let me know and ill get you added on there.
Comment by Mark Thomas on November 11, 2008 at 2:49am
FYI - I joined your group to post the campaign sign thing - I live in NY and will be attendeding NYC - best wishes!
Comment by Eric Rader on November 11, 2008 at 2:23am
We are going to meet at the Ferry Building in San Francisco at 11am to March to the Fed which is a short distance away. Some will meet earlier to set it up. At least one speaker is lined up.
There are several places besides this one trying to line up this event.
Meet at the Ferry Buliding at 11am on November 22nd, 2008.
Comment by Mark Thomas on November 2, 2008 at 5:29pm
Convert Campaign Signs to End The Fed

Folks, the repeal of the Federal Reserve Act is the most important issue of our time, perhaps of all time. We really need to get some significant attendance.

Lets recycle the campaign signs on Nov 5, and paste over them with End The Fed information. Since the signs are sturdy and a standard size, we can buy rolls of cheap poster paper (Walmart) and set up an assembly line to mass produce signs like:


If we get these re-posted right after the elections, they will attract attention while the campaign is still fresh in people's minds and while the president-elect is trying to explain his economic plans.This is a good way to bring your group together with a practical purpose that will atract many more people to the rally.

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