by Garret Ean
Oct 7 2011
The first general assembly for the Occupy New Hampshire movement was held in Arms Park, Manchester, on October 5. Individuals began arriving at dusk for the meeting that lasted roughly two hours. Considering next to no organization occurred prior to the meeting, by the end a simple agenda had been formulated, and those interested in assisting with the logistics of the occupation created committees consisting of several members. The full meeting can be viewed from its live stream coverage at justin.tv/occupynewhampshire. WMUR and Union Leader reporters were present and provided coverage the following day.
From the Union Leader: ‘Occupy’ Protests May Be Organized In New Hampshire
From WMUR (with video): Several Gather In Support Of Occupy Wall Street In NH
The Free Concord video is embedded below.
The next general assembly will be held Sunday, Oct 9 in White Park, Concord, at 2:00pm. It is still undecided as to where the occupation itself will occur, though of those present at the first general assembly, it seemed Manchester was the favored choice.