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Occupy Wall Street articles on Democracy Chronicles
Occupy Wall Street sparked a world movement against inequality, corruption and undue influence of the 1% versus the 99%, particularly focused on the financial industry following the Great Recession of 2008. Also see our articles on New York City, Protests, or the Tea Party.
The western growth machine creates communities with millions of “non-people”, unemployed youth or senior citizens who lack social significance. At the same time, a clique of financially well-off’s just grows stronger.
Social media has played a key role in organizing and getting protesters into the streets in the U.S.
Digital activism builds on the infrastructure created by Black Lives Matter and Occupy Wall Street
The day of Hurricane Sandy I was volunteering with Occupy Sandy and the Hartsdale Fire Department in Staten Island. We came to help out those who were affected by one of the worse storms on record.
With it’s roots firmly grounded in activism, sustainability, agriculture, building networks, spirituality, philosophy and radical pacifism, Arc 38 strives to embody a living experiment in community building
This a collection of photos from the five year anniversary. It was less a protest then a reunion of Occupy Wall Street members all of whom have been fighting on a number of issues since 2011
A 23-year-old Hong Kong Occupy activist Nathan Law Kwun-chung leads pro-democracy party into politics
Demonstrators laid down on the floor of Grand Central for six minutes or the number of times Alton Sterling was shot by Baton Rouge police last week while selling CD’s
The action began with a march from a block away and as they marched they filled the street in front of Trump Towers. Donald Trump himself had to leave though the side exit to avoid the protestors.