Occupation of NYU: The Last NIght
After this, someone said "it can't be contained." I read it somewhere, and immediately agreed. An agreement amounts to nothing, as nothing contains anything. Therefore, I'll make that phone call you guys are requesting although I'm not necessarily aware of your local context.
By the way, something is about to explode in a local context I've been accustomed to for a long time. I give you some keywords. February 23, 2009. Kyoto. Union Extasy. About 2,600 direct participants. Perhaps there was something wrong with the tense in the first sentence of this paragraph, because everything has been exploding: there was a lot of hard work involved in preparation; there were debates; there were internal struggles; and there were Kosagi-jima, Greece, Italy, New School, NYU, Seul, Shinagawa, and everywhere else. There's nothing new, except that it will happen in a country where it's been hard to notice lately although it has always been taking place and it will continue to be, for "it can't be contained."
Here's a link:
Also, in an apparently different and yet related note, here's a phone number:
Please be aware: the first person who picks up your call isn't and should never be the destination of your message (which is part of the reason your call is so urgent); be respectful and speak as quietly as possible. If you don't know what to protest against, it'll be enough to leave a question about what it's all about. He'll notice.
Yujiro Tsuneno, Tokyo
in solidarity with the spirit of Take Back NYU