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Jon Doe

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Date Joined: 9th April 2012
Gender: Male
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Chapters: United States > New York > Queens County
Bio:

I'm a community organizer and cultural and legal worker. I'm a third generation New Yorker, born and raised in NYC.

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Other Political Affiliations: Recently I've done work with the Civilian-Soldier Alliance and the GI Rights Hotline.
Blogs

Photos from Riot Folk, Ryan Harvey IOPS-NYC cultural event

  Photos from IOPS-NYC's first brooklyn cultural event:   (this event happened on Sat, January 19th at the Brass Bottle Bar in Bushwick)  1)      IOPS-NYC member presenting on the Transpacific Partnership agreement…

The top 10 reasons 2014 is the year for a 21st century intergalactic enquentro

or why my New Years resolution is avoiding a 300 year strategic plan: 1. If best selling science fiction writers have their way, the next intergalactic might not happen until 2312!   2312, a recent New York times best selling science…

Music Tours as IOPS movement building strategy: a report from folk singer Ryan Harvey’s tour of Florida.

  Music Tours as IOPS movement building strategy: a report from folk singer Ryan Harvey’s tour of Florida.  “And the good old days just suck sometimes if you ask those who were there and the lessons weren’t just…

Music video in support of #stopwatchingus anti-nsa protests and IOPS

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV5Vd6bUoHY&feature=youtu.be #stopwatchingus #thankyouedsnowden Rap against the surveillance state and the NSA Grover Washington's Generals by The Situationalists

Notes from the first IOPS-NYC general meeting

                             Notes from the IOPS NYC first meeting  -    9/8/13 530pm      …

Simpsons IOPS short cartoon video

      https://vimeo.com/70089139 In this new 2013 Simpsons video, Stephen Hawking explains to Lisa why IOPS is so important! If you dig it, share it! Lets get thousands more members! 

IOPS at the NYC Left Forum

From June 8-9, 2013, active members of the NYC IOPS chapter organized a panel & workshop, as well as a cultural event, during the 2013 Left Forum in New York City.   On June 9th, three members presented a panel…

Black Flames and Participatory Gains: IOPS and the global Anarchist movement.

  Preface             This is an essay based on a presentation that I recently gave at the Anarchist Bookfair in NYC. I welcome feedback and constructive critique, as I hope to use…

IOPS promo and IWW (Wobblies) tribute music video to Lonnie Ray Atkinson's

    Music video about the struggle of working people for dignity and the repression against the International Workers Of the World (IWW).  Check out the IWW at: www.iww.org   Also a promo for IOPS!

Zapatistas and IOPS?

Below is the text (in english and spanish) of a recent Zapatista call for a new international organization to grow from the efforts of the 7 year old  "La Otra" campaign of the Zapatistas. It will be called "The Sixth" and is an international…

Report back from IOPS-NY chapter Meetup at the OFS monthly meeting.

Report back from IOPS-NY chapter Meetup at the OFS monthly meeting.   On Wednesday night IOPS-NY had a chapter meetup at the Organization For a Free Society (www.afreesociety.org/) monthly disscussion. There were four IOPS members…

The "Cool" and IOPS: Pop-culture and new member recruitment

      Pop-culture and IOPS:   I recently had a number of conversations with new IOPS members who signed on without a significant background in politics. This is a great sign and something that we should encourage. We…

RAPresentation REMIX: A Hip-hop Participatory Economic Primer for the 99% (with Lyrics)

A REMIXED lyrical and musical primer to a visionary economic system. ParEcon is an alternative to the 1% economics of today's coked out capitalism, and the old record of your grandpapys communism. It is something as new as revolution and as…

Worth It Then, Sandy By Lonnie Ray Atkinson

                Video for the song "worth it then" by Lonnie Ray Atkinson http://soundcloud.com/lonnie-ray-atkinson/   For an ecological and participatory musical movement: http://www.iopsociety.org/projects/music-for-our-moment…

Open Source Ecology by Lonnie Ray Atkinson

Hip-hop anthem for a farm that builds the tools for replicable, open source, post-scarcity resilient communities:

Subversive Samples w/ Girl Talk, Public Enemy, Saul Williams, Dj Spooky and Lonnie Atkinson

  Musical documentary about the subversive core of Hip-Hop sampling. How samples, remixing, mashups and copyright criminal dj's, are radically transforming property to work for the public, not just the capitalists and mega-corporations.…

Noam Chomsky's "Government in the Future" Hip-hop Mashup

  Hip-hop Mashup of Noam Chomsky's "Government in the Future" (1970) and The Roots "Concerto of the Desparado". 

RAPresentation: A hip-hop Participatory Economic Primer for the 99%

Music by Lonnie Ray Atkinson A indepth musical primer to a visionary economic system. ParEcon is an alternative to the 1% economics of today's coked out capitalism, and the old record of your grandpapys communism. It is something as new as…

You Had Me At Hola by Lonnie Ray Atkinson (with Anitek)

This music video is dedicated to the DREAMERS who's courageous actions forced Obama to curb deportation and offer work authorizations for nearly 1 million young people!  These DREAM activists, who are mostly undocumented young people,…

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Projects

IOPS Video Productions

This is a project for anyone wishing to take part in making videos of anything IOPS related. In particular, if you have skills and experience in video production, please consider joining the project.…

Inactive: IOPS Song Project

The IOPS Song Project is for those who would like to contribute, remix, or share songs relevant to our struggle, as well as network with songwriters, musicians, and other music lovers.   Why a Song…

Study Group on the Role of a Revolutionary Organization

All, I think it would be useful for us to begin discussing revolutionary theory, and our stradegy on what role IOPS will play, relative to social movements at large. I think it would be useful for a group…

IOPS New York City Meet up

With 27 people already signed up in NYC and 15 in Brooklyn, and after corresponding with a few members individually, this project`s goal is to organize regular informal meetings to give people in these…