Unless noted, classes meet at the north end of Dewey Square. Look for the bright orange schedule board on the right side of Main Stage for the schedule of up-coming classes, updates, location changes, last minute classes and cancellations.
FSU Meetings are Fridays at 3pm for support volunteers and 4pm for the Public Working Group Meeting.
There will be a Special Work-Party, Wednesday 7, 10am-4:00pm, 2 blocks from Dewey Square (ask for directions from the Info-Tent). Bring a lap-top if you have one. We are gathering information and creating files for the FSU Working Group website. Our files thus far include meeting notes, tasks, FSU links, FSU wiki pages, event descriptions and Youtube clips.
Please come help keep Free School available to on-site visitors and occupiers. Support education and the Occupy Movement through the new interactive web-site: FreeSchoolUniversity.org
Saturday, December 3
12:00pm – 2:00pm
“Corporate Negligence and Bhopal, India: An Ongoing Disaster” with The International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal
6:00pm – 8:00pm Economics Forum
(Offsite at 33 Harrison Ave., 5th floor, Encuentro 5) Book Launch: America Beyond Capitalism: Reclaiming Our Wealth, Our Liberty, & Our Democracy by Gar Alperovitz co-sponsored by the FSU, Occupy Boston Economics Forum, Dollars & Sense magazine, the Democracy Collaborative, the Occupy Boston Socialist Caucus, and the Howard Zinn Memorial Lecture Series.
Sunday, December 4
12:00pm – 2:00pm
“Teach-In on Secure Communities”: Presented by Centro Presente and the Immigration Working Group at Occupy Boston. They will discuss the effect Secure Communities has on our communities, for immigrants as well as all workers.
Sunday, December 18
2:00pm – 3:00pm
Discussion: Unrig the Elections – Let us Count! Discussion with Jonathan Simon, founding member of Election Defense Alliance
Contact Free School University at [email protected]
For links to the FSU video Archive, visit http://wiki.occupyboston.org/wiki/FSU_Video_Archive .