‘Occupy Our Homes’ Looks To Save Fifth Detroit... →
This week, Occupy Our Homes, an outgrowth of the Occupy Wall Street movement, successfully helped a 78 year-old former civil rights activist in Atlanta stay in her home, after she was threatened with foreclosure by JP Morgan Chase (while the bank was simultaneouslytouting its commitment to the values of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.). Meanwhile, in Detroit, Occupy Our Homes has successfully...
Occupy Our Homes Saves Former Civil Rights... →
Greeks Call for Solidarity in Strikes Against... →
Concerning the Violent Peace-Police: An Open... →
carton-rouge: Successful movements have understood that it’s absolutely essential not to fall into the trap set out by the authorities and spend one’s time condemning and attempting to police other activists. One makes one’s own principles clear. One expresses what solidarity one can with others who share the same struggle, and if one cannot, tries one’s best to ignore or avoid them, but...
Occupy action against Panel for Education Policy... →
Syria Violence: 200 People Killed In Assault By... →
solitaryforager: In a barrage of mortar shells, Syrian forces killed 200 people and wounded hundreds in Homs in an offensive that appears to be the bloodiest episode in the nearly 11-month-old uprising, activists said Saturday. The assault in Homs, which has been one of the main flashpoints of opposition during the uprising, comes as the U.N. Security Council prepares to vote on a draft...
Men, women, and children across the United States, and throughout the world, are...– Rocky Anderson, Choose the Real Alternative of Positive Change (note: OWS is not endorsing any specific candidates at this time. Check out each campaign and make your own well-informed decisions!)
Occupy D.C. protesters sleep under ‘Tent of... →
Occupy D.C. protesters spent Monday night huddled under the celestial sweep of a blue tarp they had erected in McPherson Square, talking, singing and, yes, sleeping — in defiance of rules that prohibit overnight camping in the park.As morning dawned Tuesday, a contingent of Park Police arrived to ask the protesters to remove the “Tent of Dreams” they had draped over the park’s statue of Civil War...