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Occupy May Day: Tuesday morning updates

At 4:54pm: You can watch the stage at Union Square at OccupyMusician: here.

At 2pm, you can see Live Streaming from Occupy Guitarmy at Timstream: here.

I think the police are bothering folks a bit in NYC this afternoon. I think people are rethinking or canceling a “Wildcat Strike”, but I am not clear on the details. If you are on the ground, stay alert!

Live-blogging at OccupyWallSt.org says that as of 9:15am EST “The rain has stopped in NYC.” (Good news for Guitarmy!)

Occupy May Day and General Strike actions have begun in London, Australia, and other places around the world. LiveStreaming of international occupies at Global Revolution: here.

In NYC: 5:30pm is the big one! It is raining as of 7:30am in NY Metro Area. (Stopped raining as of 9:15am!) Though, the show goes on. But…OccupyWallSt.org notes: “If you can only make one event, try to come to the (permitted) Solidarity March leaving from Union Square at 5:30pm ET!”

A sampling of the Live Blog updates at OccupyWallSt.org this morning:

6:40am ET: Lots of police barricades, a few cops on hand by the Brooklyn Bridge. via @Occuweather: ¨Tracking the heavy rain across the area. Next hour should be light, then a another thunderstorm or two around 9¨

6am ET: May Day rallies streaming live from Istanbul, Turkey. Occupy London is around Liverpool St station handing out free roses with tags reading: “Love, breathe, hope, create, OCCUPY. There is something better out there.”


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