#occupywallstreet, is an ongoing nonviolent demonstration, a social movement opposing what participants view as negative corporate influence over politics and a lack of legal repercussions over the global financial crisis.
I just signed a petition to New York State Attorney General Eric Schneidermann, New York State Attorney General: The New York Police Department has repeatedly used violence against peaceful protesters in the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Video by: Katie Davison Tidal is an ongoing horizontal conversation among those who have spent most of their lives thinking about this moment, and the people in the Occupy movement that are making decision every day about its future.
his week in Occupy, International Women’s Day was #occupied, the bill for NYPD misbehavior came due, the CEO of B of A was mic-checked and New York City lined up for unemployment on Super Tuesday.
#On March 8, International Women’s Day, more than a thousand demonstrators gathered at the Virginia State Capitol to protest a new amendment that passed the Virginia House requiring women to have an ultrasound before having an abortion. 31 people were arrested by the State Police Tactical Team, which arrived fully armed and brandishing plastic shields at the behest of Governor Bob McDonnell.
#Also on that day, CODEPINK protesters wearing superhero costumes rallied outside a Beverly Hills Bank of America branch in support of women and families who have lost their homes due to bank foreclosures. CODEPINK activists in New York, joined by members of the Church of Stop Shopping, protested inside a Bank of America branch near Zuccotti Park.
B of A or Bust: Women from Occupy SF call for the end of corporate banking on International Women's Day. Photo: CODEPINK #5,000 demonstrators formed a three-mile line stretching from lower Manhattan to Union Square to protest unemployment timed to the Super Tuesday primaries. Here’s a series of photos and video of The Line.
We can vote for Romney or Obama, but Goldman Sachs and ExxonMobil and Bank of America and the defense contractors always win. However, the iron grip of corporations over our lives will, eventually, be broken.
A number of protesters from Occupy movements across the country will descend on Washington D.C. today for 'Occupy Congress,' a day of political action designed to call attention to their discontent with the influence of corporate money in politics.
DisruptDirtyPower.org is a collaboration between Occupy Wall Street, allied organizations and many others who are deeply concerned with the political and financial corruption that is funding and enabling the destruction of our environment.
99 > Dirty Power connects the dots between big banks on Wall Street, big polluters and the politicians who profit from both.
During the height of the Occupy Movement, thousands of individuals submitted pictures of themselves to the We are the 99 Percent tumblr blog. They posed with letters and signs, telling individual stories of what it’s like to be in the 99%:
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