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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Register Now!
Right to the City Congress and
Direct Action in Boston
September 29th - October 1st, 2011  

*Registration is due August 24th, 2011 at 5PM EST.
Click to Register Now.
"The right to the city is not merely a right of access to what already exists, but a right to change it after our heart's desire. We need to be sure we can live with our own creations (a problem for every planner, architect and utopian thinker). But the right to remake ourselves by creating a qualitatively different kind of urban sociality is one of the most precious of all human rights."
-David Harvey 
Calling all Right to the City
Members, Supporters and Allies:
Throw Down Big Time for Boston!

Get ready to throw down big time for a large scale direct action in Boston that will make bank bosses lose some sleep and get people back in their homes!

RTTC members will help to build the Boston Right to the City region and support the work that is already happening on the ground.

Click to Register Now.
Right to the City Congress 2011

Come together to:   
  • Share new models of building 21st Century Cities that are democratic, just, and sustainable.
  • Participate in political education sessions, workshops, and trainings. 
Don't miss out on the action, the conversation, the friendships and the fun!  We are inviting Right to the City supporters and allies to attend.

Click to  Register Now.  
Right to the City anchors
Details and Online Registration

September 29th - October 1st.
There will be three full days:

Day 1 - September 29th - Right to the City Member Congress (RTTC members only)

Day 2 - September 30th - Open to ALL - All day.

Day 3 - October 1st - Open to ALL - All day.

Days 2 and 3 will include direct, fun actions on banks and getting people back in their homes along with political trainings and model sharing.

Fill out the  online registration here.
Registration is due August 24th, 2011 at 5:00PM EST.

For more information on these events contact

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