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|911 Strategy Conference|
|Date||Sunday December 04|
|Time||10:00 PM - 5:00 AM|
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Veterans War Memorial, 2nd Floor
401 Van Ness Ave.
(right behind City Hall, near Civic Center BART)
911 Strategy Conference
Sunday, December 4th, 2005
10:00am - 1:00pm :
Brainstorm -- Gathering people's best ideas..
1:00pm - 5:00pm
Strategy Discussion -- Creating the Big Picture..
Veterans War Memorial Building, 2nd Floor, 401 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco (Right behind City Hall, Near Civic Center BART)
On Sunday, after hearing presentations, watching some movies and discussing the day before, we will hold an organized planning session.
First, we will work to gather a comprehensive set of strategies for the 911 Truth Movement, problems we have faced that we want to figure out, and the best ideas that our participants have to succeed and overcome these obstacles.
Second, these ideas will be typed, printed, and arranged on the wall in The Big Picture.
The process will involve determining which of the strategies will best succeed, and coming up with solutions to the problems our movement has faced, as well as deciding on our medium and long term strategy for action.
SHORT LIST OF TOPICS WE WILL FIGURE OUT
How can we bring together the 911 Truth Movement and the Anti-War Movement?
Why is most of the anti-war movement still loyal to the 911 Lie?
How can we raise the visibility of the 911 issue by running for elected office?
How can the 911 Movement prevent delberate government misinformation from dividing our movement and confusing the public?
How can we take advantage of the all-time high in public perception of Bush administration lies and criminality?
Who do we need to focus our outreach on? Fellow activists still loyal to the 911 Lie? Alternative Media? Mass Media? Youth? Democrats?
Which group is the most decisive one to fully expose 911?
What mistakes have we made in the past, and how do we not make them anymore?