Tag Archives: Occupy Wall Street

Foreclosures Another Opportunity for OWS to Confront The System

It’s been a steep learning curve for thousands of brand-new activists that have joined the  Occupy Wall Street movement. From the environment to militarism, there’s a sea of  misinformation and distractions standing between protestors and their enemies. While the empty … Continue reading

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The 99%: Who are we really?

Capitalism is going through one of its worst crises ever. This is neither a cyclical crisis nor a temporary contraction; it is a deeply rooted crisis based on the voracity of capital and the capitalist class that manages and controls … Continue reading

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Solidarity With the Wave of Occupations

2011 has shown the world the powerful impact of people mobilizing to the streets. From Greece, to Egypt, to Chile, the wave of occupations is still waging a forceful battle against austerity measures, privatizations, crippled education systems, tyrannical regimes, and … Continue reading

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