Multiple Takes on the ONH Division

by Garret Ean
July 23 2012

The following video is of Will Hopkins, director of NH Peace Action, reading a statement before the Occupy New Hampshire general assembly on July 22, 2012.

Today was the second day in which Occupy New Hampshire’s recent division was covered with stories on the front page of the Concord Monitor. An in-depth article on last week’s separation was published on July 22, the date of the first GA since the split. (1, 2) At the GA, only one of the board members of the new Occupy New Hampshire corporation was present, and she apologized for having participated in the incorporation and announced that she would be removing herself from the board. An article published in today’s Monitor reports on the first GA since the split. (1, 2) Also published in Sunday’s Monitor was an editorial on the split by Occupier Theresa Earle. (1)

Arnie Arnesen’s radio program The Attitude earlier today interviewed Annmarie Timmins, who authored the two Monitor articles on the status of Occupy New Hampshire. Discussion of ONH begins 13 minutes into the show, and after twenty minutes on the subject, the segment is concluded with the audio of Will Hopkin’s statement as recorded by Free Concord.

The raw video from the GA will be uploaded in the next few days.

Here is the raw video from the July 15 GA, which begins after the division had already occurred.


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