> Comrads! > > After what I think was a huge triumph yesterday, I wake up today to find > that (unsurprisingly) the mainstream media has decided to almost completely > ignore our M1 celebrations, the huge mass of people that hit the streets, > the series of protests, workshops, pickets and marches that took over the > day and the tons of powerful and hopeful scenes that seem to signal the > coming of a militant spring/summer. So, in true OWS fashion, we must be the > change we wish to see, and flood the airspace with our media. > > Which is why we've decided to launch an *emergency campaign to collect > testimonies, opinions and observations of all of those that took the > streets yesterday* around the country to publish them on IndigNación ( > www.indig-nacion.org). We would like to turn this into an opportunity to > turn our new platform into a real space of dialogue between what we know > are very different perspectives within our community -- and I'm not talking > exclusively of the Latino community. Although our content is exclusively in > Spanish, we want to hear from everyone. Texts in English (or any other > language, for that matter) will be translated and posted in both. Let's > fill the silence of corporate media with the voices of the people! > > *PLEASE* take 15 minutes from your day today to write us at least a few > sentences about what you saw, heard, thought or felt yesterday. Also, > please share this email with all of your friends who were on the streets > yesterday here in New York or in any part of the world, celebrating > International Worker's Day. If you have photos or videos you want to share, > we'd also love to see them. You can send all of your contributions to > firstname.lastname@example.org and we ask that you please do it *TODAY if > possible*. > > much love to you all and onwards! > > * www.indig-nacion.org* > > *¡Conéctate! * > www.facebook.com/ows.indignacion > @INDIG_NACION Source: email at squares mailing list.