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The movement is spreading: #Occupy protesters are now assembling and marching in over 800 cities, according to today's Democracy Now War and Peace report. Whether you want to devote your three-day weekend to joining the #OccupyBoston revolution, or just want to observe for a few hours, here's a guide to when, where, and how to #occupy your Columbus Day weekend. Some points to note:If you are heading down for the first time, a glood place to start is the Info Desk -- a clearly marked table within the camp. Those interested in bringing donations can take a look at Occupy Boston's list of currently needed supplies. High on the list are walkie talkies, reusable plates and cutlery, warm hats and gloves, food transport materials, blankets, and sleeping bags. On an October 5 blog post, also requested were water, ponchos, legal volunteers, a printer, network router, power strips, tarps, blakets, rice, beans, sugar, and non-dairy milks.Food and money donations can also be sent directly to Boston's chapter of Food Not Bombs (firstname.lastname@example.org), which has been feeding the protesters regularly since day one of the occupation.
Visitors can also call 617-286-6805 for an automated recording of each day's events. Here are the main highlights:
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