Posts Tagged ‘ Occupy Wall Street ’

How Occupy Wall Street animated Bernie Sanders, AOC, and the left – Vox

Occupy Wall Street was seen as a failure when it ended in 2011. But it’s helped transform the American left.

Source: How Occupy Wall Street animated Bernie Sanders, AOC, and the left – Vox

Chris Hedges on the 2 year anniversary of occupy Wall Street / YouTube

The Rise of the New New Left | Portside

The Rise of the New New Left | Portside.

Concerning the Violent Peace-Police – An Open Letter to Chris Hedges / n + 1

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Timeline of Occupy Wall Street – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Timeline of Occupy Wall Street / Wikipedia

OCCUPY WALL STREET: The Game of Colonialism and further nationalism to be decolonized from the “Left” | Racialicious – the intersection of race and pop culture

 

 

 

 

 

OCCUPY WALL STREET: The Game of Colonialism and further nationalism to be decolonized from the “Left” | Racialicious – the intersection of race and pop culture.

Occupy Wall Street / NYC Protest for American Revolution

 

Occupy Wall Street  NYC Protest for American Revolution.

Mail
The UPS Store
Re: Occupy Wall Street
118A Fulton St. #205
New York, NY 10038
Money orders only please, cannot cash checks yet. Non-perishable goods only. We can accept packages of any size. We’re currently low on food.

Noam Chomsky Announces Solidarity for Occupy Wall Street / NYC Protest for American Revolution

Occupy Wall Street | NYC Protest for American Revolution.

Remember satyagraha, truthforce ~ not violence nor passivism, but the third alternative we all know and practice each day — being alive each moment, as we are, where we are, connected, as one, in the integrity of the wild.

For the first time, in decades, many Americans could not look away from the images of human and other life forms suffering in the Gulf of Mexico last year because of irresponsible, profit-driven, corporate decisions and refusal to own up. Since 2008 many have witnessed the collusion between government and the financial sector as they proceeded to wipe out the life savings of American workers while helping themselves to greater returns on their investments. Since the Great Japanese Earthquake of 2011 just this past March, we also see a similar refusal for nation state and corporate powers globally, to reverse course, to freeze nuclear energy uses altogether, for the sake of all life. Here in the U. S. more and people can not find  work and continue to lose their homes.

The web of life is breaking apart. This is not fear-mongering but fact telling. Our urgent and palpable need for changing how we live, for strengthening those tender threats that unite us, is coming alive. For this we need to hold hands together across the chasms in solidarity with one another as we work for life for all. For this we will always need the bread and prism that is poetry. ~ yours truly, df