Do you want to change the conversation in The Biggest Little City? Here’s an excellent place to start:
Meet Your Neighbors
Have you talked to your neighbors lately? A big part of changing a broken system is building relationships within your community and bringing awareness to the economic, political, and social issues that impact our world. Take some time start a dialogue with your family, friends, coworkers, and neighbors.
Speak Up; Be Heard: Come To Our General Assemblies and Action Meetings
Join the General Assembly, our weekly facilitated forum for free speech, announcements, and community decision-making. Where everyone comes together to discuss our project needs and updates.
More interested in planning direct actions and outreach tactics? Come to our weekly Action meetings. See calendar for times and locations.
Know Your Rights!
We have assembled several English and Spanish guides from the ACLU including Know Your Rights: Demonstrations and Protests, Your Rights and the Police, and a convenient pocket card. Don’t forget to watch the video of National Lawyers Guild lawyer, Jerry Boyle, giving a workshop to Occupy Chicago on how to ‘disarm’ a police officer. Visit the Occupy Reno Legal Resources page!
Start A Committee or Working Group
Organize, reach out to the community, and use your skills any way you can. If you would like to start your own committee or project, let us know what you need.
Join a Committee or Working Group
It only takes a handful of passionate people to change the conversation in the Biggest Little City. Let’s work together.
Educate! Organize! Unite!
About Occupy Reno
Occupy Reno was organized in October 2011 as a response to the Occupy Wall Street movement that began on September 17, 2011. Around the world, citizens are rising up and demanding social and economic justice – and a return of power to the people. Read more about the Occupy Movement and find out WHY it’s time to Occupy Reno…