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Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space to Host “ABC’s of Squatting In NYC”
Thursday, February 27, 7 PM at MoRUS
Beyond the ideologies associated with the urban lore of squatting are practical knowledge and hands-on skills necessary to reclaim abandoned, public space. Activists Frank Morales and Bill Timesup will lead a discussion about occupying neglected buildings and vacant lots to restore them to usefulness and vitality on Thursday, February 27 at 7 PM at the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space (MoRUS), 155 Avenue C between 9th and 10th Streets.
Morales, a Lower East Side native and political activist whose work with squatters dates back to the 1970s when he served as an Episcopal priest in the Bronx, and Bill Timesup, founder of the environmental action group Time’s Up!, co-founder of MoRUS, will share the vast resources gleaned from their combined experiences. The two-hour session will include a slide presentation and Q&A on tools, building systems and the nuts and bolts of squatting in New York City in 2014. Attendance open to the public and free-of-charge but a suggested donation of $5 is always appreciated and in return, will include a copy of Morales’ zine, “The ABC’s of Squatting.”
Find more MoRUS info here.
So that's what it's about. At first I thought maybe Citibank or Duane Reade or somebody took over outer space.
Squatting is STILL viable, esp. vacant buildings taken by banksters through their fraudulent foreclosures (see the current issue of The SHADOW for more about mortgage fraud)....
Squatting might still be viable, but not in this neighborhood. You'd have to go to Cleveland, or Detroit, but sure, it's viable.
Chris flash...... CLP says hello.... Secret handshakes to follow
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