We are very sorry, but due to lack of response May 1st festivities have been can…

We are very sorry, but due to lack of response May 1st festivities have been cancelled. We will continue to post here to pass along information and insights from the Occupy Movement.

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“Now in New York, former Occupy organizers are looking to the newly appointed NY…

“Now in New York, former Occupy organizers are looking to the newly appointed NYPD inspector general, Philip K. Eure, to make the department more accountable. New York’s City Council mandated the creation of the inspector general position in response to concerns with stop-and-frisk abuses, among other reasons.” (Also: Read an update on Cecily McMillan’s trial here, and come out to support Monday morning: ) Did Occupy Actually Make Police Departments More Accountable

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Chris Hedges on the 2 year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street
Chris Hedges on the 2 year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street Chris Hedges on the 2 year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street

Chris Hedges on the 2 year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street Chris Hedges on the 2 year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street videos.. Please click here to subscribe to my channel.. Chris Hedges on the 2 year anniversary o..

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Group wall post by Minister Erik R. McGregor

Minister Erik R.

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Tad DeHaven ‘Waste, Fraud, and Abuse come with Government’
Tad DeHaven ‘Waste, Fraud, and Abuse come with Government’ Tad DeHaven ‘Waste, Fraud, and Abuse come with Government’

We’ve seen a crackdown in the last few days on Occupy Wall Street from police, and over the 60 days from critics who have derided them as socialists. If that…

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A University student from Texas is doing survey research on the Occupy Movement…

A University student from Texas is doing survey research on the Occupy Movement and looking for public imput. If you would like to participate please contact Kanghui as per this posting

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The Occupy Providence weekly general assembly is moved to a different place and…

The Occupy Providence weekly general assembly is moved to a different place and time this week — 12 noon Sat, Rochambeau Library conference room, 708 Hope St. We’re moving it so as to coordinate with Saturday’s meeting of the RI Coalition to Defend Human & Civil Rights, which will start afterwards at 1pm.

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Hey, Occupy Albuquerque. It’s for youuuu ..

Hey, Occupy Albuquerque. It’s for youuuu ..

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The Occupy Movement is non-violent for a number of reasons. One reason is it can…

The Occupy Movement is non-violent for a number of reasons. One reason is it can’t be used against you. Violence opens the doors to Agent Provocateurs who could use it as a pretext for a justified violent response.

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