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Welcome to #Occupy at Home!

Please spread the word and help link this page to other #Occupy movements. We, people who are unable to travel due to disability, illness, or other reasons, still have a great deal to offer the movement. We are very much part of the 99 percent. We are often invisible, but no longer.

What Can I Do From Home?

– Donate medical or first aid supplies, food, water, batteries, camping gear, warm clothes, money, books, or other resources needed by those who occupy.

– Spread the word using social networking sites and your phone. Tell your neighbors.

– Make phone calls to mayors, senators, representatives, police departments that support the needs of those who are occupying.

SUPPORT THE GENERAL STRIKE ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. Even those who cannot work can support the general strike. More info to come.

– Support efforts to make the #Occupy encampments and the information sharing more accessible to people with disabilities. Help educate those in the #Occupy movement about the need for wheelchair access, alternative print materials, sign language interpreters, fragrance- and smoke-free areas, and other forms of access.

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About Sharon Wachsler

Sharon Wachsler divides her time between writing, activism, and dog training — passions that overlap. Sharon has been a freelance writer and editor of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for two decades, focusing primarily on lesbian erotica, disability rights and culture, humor, and service dogs and their training.
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