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Occupied Palestine | فلسطين | Category Archive | Diaries from Palestine

Occupied Palestine | فلسطين | Category Archive | Diaries from Palestine | #globalcamp | Scoop.it

Diaries from Palestine

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Occupy Wall Street Photography

Occupy Wall Street Photography | #globalcamp | Scoop.it

Photographer Bradford Gregory recently turned his camera away from the fashion world and started snapping pictures of the Occupy Wall Street protests. Taking powerful black and white photos, Gregory captures the action behind these now famous scenes saying that the "young people on Wall Street are giving voice to many of the problems that working people in America have been confronting over the last several years."


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The Euro Area Precedent for Policy Failure | Angry Bear - Financial and Economic Commentary

The Euro Area Precedent for Policy Failure | Angry Bear - Financial and Economic Commentary | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
Economic and financial commentary on news, politics, and economics...
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The Sword and the Shield: Occupy Foreclosures

The Sword and the Shield: Occupy Foreclosures | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
As people think a bit more critically about what it means to "occupy" contested spaces that blur the public/private and the legal boundaries of claims between the 99% and the 1%, and as they also t...
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Occupy Wall Street, 1979 Edition

Occupy Wall Street, 1979 Edition | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
Before there were hashtags, 32 years ago, more than a thousand protesters tried to shut Wall Street down for a day.
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»the most important thing in the world« | Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik

»the most important thing in the world« | Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
I love you. And I didn’t just say that so that hundreds of you would shout “I love you” back, though that is obviously a bonus feature of the human microphone. Say unto others what you would have them say unto you, only way louder.
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15th october: #United we will re-invent the world | Just another Take The Square Sites site

15th october: #United we will re-invent the world | Just another Take The Square Sites site | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
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Dezentrale Aktionen zum 15. Oktober  - Attac Gruppe - Eurokrise

Dezentrale Aktionen zum 15. Oktober  - Attac Gruppe - Eurokrise | #globalcamp | Scoop.it

Dezentrale Aktionen zum 15. Oktober
Der 15. Oktober ist als weltweiter Aktionstag angekündigt. Infos dazu sind etwa unter takethesquare.net oder 15october.net nachzulesen. Auch in Deutschland werden am 15. Oktober dezentrale Proteste stattfinden, viele davon mit Attac-Beteiligung. Hier eine Übersicht der bekannten Aktionen.

Wer weitere Informationen zu Aktionen sucht oder mitteilen möchte, kann in der Aktionsbörse zum 15. Oktober nachschauen und inserieren.

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TWU president John Samuelsen explains why his union is joining the Occupy Wall Street protest - Countdown with Keith Olbermann // Current TV

TWU president John Samuelsen explains why his union is joining the Occupy Wall Street protest - Countdown with Keith Olbermann // Current TV | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
Transport Workers Union president John Samuelsen says his union and the Occupy Wall Street protesters are "singing the same song and fighting the same battle" against economic inequity.
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Dale Farm eviction: 'They'll have to take me out in a body-bag' - video

Johnny Howorth follows Candy Sheridan of the Gypsy Council in her attempt to avoid the forceful eviction of 86 traveller families from the Dale Farm site near Basildon in Essex...
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Wow I really want to learn more about this.
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Macht & Konflikt um die/in der Stadt (CfP)

Macht & Konflikt um die/in der Stadt (CfP) | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
Call for Papers zum 6. Treffen des Nachwuchsnetzwerks Stadt Raum Architektur, 14. - 15. Oktober 2011, Berlin (WZB)
Gemeinsam mit meinen KollegInnen Maik Hoemke, Janet Merkel & Nona Schulte-Rö...
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650,000 Americans Joined Credit Unions Last Month - More Than in All of 2010 Combined | Truthout

650,000 Americans Joined Credit Unions Last Month - More Than in All of 2010 Combined | Truthout | #globalcamp | Scoop.it

One of the tactics the 99 Percenters are using to take back the country from the 1 percent is to move their money from big banks to credit unions, community banks, and other smaller financial unions that aren’t gambling with our nation’s future.

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I AM NOT MOVING - Short Film - Occupy Wall Street

Originally uploaded by CoreyOgilvie Oct 10 2011 http://www.youtube.com/CoreyOgilvie Please share as much as you can, this film is a warning to our elected leaders...

 

OCCUPY THE WORLD!


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The Last “last-day” at Occupy Oakland

The Last “last-day” at Occupy Oakland | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
There were several “last-days” of Occupy Oakland. From the moment the first city notice to vacate arrived, people began to prepare and expect the worse. But as I’ve written elsewhere, the con...
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Occupy Wall Streeters are right about skewed economic rewards in the United States | Economic Policy Institute

Occupy Wall Streeters are right about skewed economic rewards in the United States | Economic Policy Institute | #globalcamp | Scoop.it

The Occupy Wall Street movement has captured much the nation’s attention with a clear message: A U.S. economy driven by the interests of business and the wealthy has generated increasingly unequal economic outcomes where the top 1 percent did exceptionally well but the vast majority did not do well at all.

According to the data, they’re fundamentally right. This paper presents 12 figures that demonstrate how skewed economic rewards (in income, wages, capital income, and wealth) have become in the United States. These figures, most of which cover 1979 through 2007 (prior to the recession) generally break out trends for the top 1 percent, the next richest 9 percent, and then the bottom 90 percent of households or earners. While income growth at the very top—the richest 1 percent and above—has been truly staggering, incomes at roughly the 90th percentile and above (the richest 10 percent) have generally at least matched the rate of economy-wide productivity. It is below the 90th percentile where one really sees the potential fruits of economic growth (as measured by economy-wide productivity) failing to reach American households. An economy that fails to cut in 90 percent of American households on a fair share of economic growth is one that needs serious reform. As the figures show:

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The Right-Wing Media Assault on Occupy Oakland

The Right-Wing Media Assault on Occupy Oakland | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
Seeking to discredit a growing Occupy Wall Street movement, conservative critics have found a convenient target in California's Bay Area.
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Fortnum & Mason protesters filmed by UK Uncut - video

Footage from UK Uncut filmed at the 26 March 2011 anti-cuts protest...
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Occupy Together | Home

Occupy Together | Home | #globalcamp | Scoop.it

Welcome to OCCUPY TOGETHER, an unofficial hub for all of the events springing up across the country in solidarity with Occupy Wall St. As we have followed the news on facebook, twitter, and the various live feeds across the internet, we felt compelled to build a site that would help spread the word as more protests organize across the country. We hope to provide people with information about events that are organizing, ongoing, and building across the U.S. as we, the 99%, take action against the greed and corruption of the 1%.

We will try our best to provide you with the most accurate information possible. However, we are just a few volunteers and errors are bound to occur. Please be patient as we get this site off the ground and populated and please contact us if you have any info on new events, corrections, or suggestions for this site. You can contact us at info[at]occupytogether[dot]org.

We will only grow stronger in our solidarity and we will be heard, not just in New York, but in echoes across this nation.

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A Web-Fomented Protest On Wall Street Is Louder Online Than Off | Fast Company

A Web-Fomented Protest On Wall Street Is Louder Online Than Off | Fast Company | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
Even by participants’ own estimates, the ongoing OccupyWallStreet demonstration in New York City hasn’t been very big--between 500 and 700 protestors near the famous bronze bull statue at its peak on Saturday afternoon attended, and perhaps 200...
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Libya: What Revolution? Whose Revolution?

Libya: What Revolution? Whose Revolution? | #globalcamp | Scoop.it
From UK Prime Minister David Cameron's opening speech at the London Conference on Libya, 29 March 2011:

"Today is about a new beginning for Libya – a future in which the people of Libya can de...
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