Tag Archives: Occupy Wall Street

Welcome Occupy.com!


“A new media channel that will amplify the voices of Occupy. We use media to call for social, economic and environmental justice. We seek to inspire resistance, engagement and the creation of the new world we imagine… We consist of a small but growing group of dedicated occupiers working in solidarity with the movement. We […]

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David DeGraw: One of the original Occupy Wall Street organizers- the Nowman interview- part one


Re-posted from http://occupylosangeles.org, authored by Dan Nowman Niswander, originally published on: 07 February 2012 Submitted by nowman on Tue, 02/07/2012 – 12:23pm February marks the anniversaries of two key developments in the 99% and Occupy Wall Street Movements. In part one, one of the original organizers, David DeGraw talks about money out of politics, Interoccupy, […]

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Civic Distress Calls for Deep Deliberations and the Commons


Here in the U.S., many are already sick to death of the Presidential campaign.  Sadly, our national politics boil down to not much more than lining-up favors and cash for the next election.  The only thing good about the whole spiel is the comedy routines… but one cannot survive on comedy alone. The United States […]

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The Structure of the New York City General Assembly


Reposted from http://www.nycga.net/groups/structure/docs/final-proposal-thursday-oct-27-afternoon Structure Improving, organizing, and streamlining the structure of the GA. Meetings at Tuesday @ 6pm at Atrium OWS Structure Proposal        (A Living Document) — Submitted by the Structure Working Group Summary Since September 17th Occupy Wall Street (OWS) has grown and inspired occupations around the globe. The General Assembly (GA) is at the […]

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