1. Exquisite Tweets from @DiceyTroop

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    Stairs: "So, real quick, let's go thru the hand signals. Fingers up means 'I agree or I consent'; fingers in the middle means 'I'm unsure'..

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    Stairs cont'd: "..fingers down means 'i don't like.'" 1 finger up means you have a point of information - a fact relevant to the discussion.

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    Stairs cont'd: "[Make a C by crooking your finger] to ask a clarifying question about the proposal we're discussing and not something..."

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    Stairs cont'd: "...unclear but not pertaining to the proposal. [Spin your hands] means wrap it up, and we use it w/ great compassion..."

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    Stairs cont'd: "...it means whoever's speaking is already clear and should be concise and respect time allotted." #nycga #ows

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    Stairs: "[Crossing your arms] is a block, meaning you have a moral, ethical, or safety concern about the movement at large." #nycga #ows

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    Stairs: "If it's an individual moral, ethical, or safety concern, please make sure those are addressed during the period for Concerns."

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    Stairs: "[Put yr diamonds up] to make a point of process (PoP) when we've broken off of process." Bt don't interrupt; wait fr Stairs. #nycga

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    Stairs: "We ask that you direct points of process to the facilitators, nt who's speaking. Not to be used to silence someone, but to inform."

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    Stairs: "Before we begin the process, we'd like to explain how we use stack." "Hi! We like to use something called progressive stack."#nycga

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    "[Progressive stack] is meant to garner as many different voices as possible. If someone's spoken a lot, and someone else hasn't..." #nycga

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    Cont'd: "...they'll be moved ahead of that person. 'Step up step back' means if you haven't spoken, step up! If you have, step back!" #nycga

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    Stairs: "Sometimes when we step back, we find someone else was ready to say the same thing and was just waiting for space to do so." #nycga

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