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Once a year, the Unity Movement takes to the streets, has the largest manifestation and makes the most important decisions of the year.  We have lots of names for it, including Unity day, Democracy Day, Take the Streets Day, Interdependence Day, and so on.  The community can choose and decide which day it will take place, as long as we decide a year in advance.  This is a day to remind the governments of the world who is actually in charge.  At the same time, we do this right in the gray area of the law, and get the law changed where needed to support people's rights to mass assembly and manifestations. Unity day is a day for all people, all families, and children, so we all have to follow the law as closely as possible. Our primary goal is masses of people, not direct civil disobedience, although we are open to building agreement about the gray area of civil declaration, and following the law to the letter.  If a government ordinance says that there is no camping or sleeping, then we don't camp or sleep, creating camps on private land and busing people in is acceptable.  The climax of the Unity conventions take place on Unity Day as well, both in person and online for people who cannot travel, and this gives people not as interested in protesting an opportunity to input their ideas and prioritize our collective community action steps.  Also we collectively engage in mass communications and media campaign on the internet and communications systems, with the primary goal of delivering the message and signatures of the Unity Post Card.  As you can see Unity Day is one component to a integrated front for transformation and change to empower the masses of people in our society.

Unity Day