Occupy Philadelphia Letter to City, In a more... →
anotheroccupy: I realize that the three photos of the letter I posted from the Philadelphia Occupation might not be the easiest to read, so here is a typed out version, form the OP facebook page. http://anotheroccupy.tumblr.com/phillyletter
Your Response to Occupy Wharton →
On Friday, October 21st, U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor cancelled his Leadership Lecture just a few hours before he was scheduled to speak. The ensuing debacle between Occupy Philadelphia protesters and alleged Wharton students, presumed now to be undergraduates, has been well documented in the media, but outside of comments left by Wharton students on blogs like ThinkProgress, at...
1000 AMERICANS SPELL OUT “TAX THE 1%” ON SAN...
'Occupy Denver' trade-name filing withdrawn →
occupywallstreet: The trade name claim filed on Thursday to lock down the rights to the phrase “Occupy Denver” has been withdrawn. According to a filing on Saturday morning with Secretary of State’s office, the attorney who had filed the original claim withdrew. 9NEWS first reported on this story on Friday. The trade name claim didn’t come from movement organizers, but from the address of...
socialismartnature: Denver riot police attacking Occupy Denver earlier today (10/29/11)
Occupiers Have to Convince the Other 99 Percent |... →
occupytheplanet: The occupation movement’s greatest challenge will be overcoming the deep distrust of white liberals by the poor and the working class, especially people of color. Marginalized people of color have been organizing, protesting and suffering for years with little help or even acknowledgment from the white liberal class. With some justification,...
Donations Needed: Something warm →
Hey everyone! It’s freezing cold and raining/snowing in Philly right now, and we’re in need of blankets, tents, tarps, coats, whatever you have to keep the occupiers warm and comfortable. Bring your donations down to City Hall/Dilworth Plaza. Anything you can spare will be greatly appreciated.
Chase and Wells Fargo drop debit card fee tests;... →
occupyonline: Chase and Wells Fargo are joining the list of banks that won’t be charging customers to use their debit cards, as the backlash over Bank of America’s planned $5 monthly fee continues. Banks were justifying the fees by stating that they need to recoup revenue lost to new regulations that limit the fees they can collect from retailers for handling debit card transactions. But the...
Occupy San Francisco: the teenager who was refused... →
stfuconservatives: tamaraleach: socialistscum: Occupy San Francisco protester Miran Istina stands outside the US Bank building on Market Street, San Francisco. Photograph: Martin Lacey As Miran Istina puts it, she has been living on borrowed time since she was 14. Diagnosed with cancer, she was given just months to live after her health insurer refused to provide her with life-saving...
The nationwide crackdown on Occupy Wall Street has...
Multiple cities across the nation have begun their offensive against the people standing up for the right to fair representation and a just economic system instead of the corporatist system which we are currently subjugated by. Some of these have been brutal and vicious attacks on Americans, including what now appears to be an intentional attack on Scott Olsen — a former Marine who...
Saluting the Occupy folks braving the elements...
thekhaleesiofhotdogs asked: I'm a little nervous about your spin on Bill Clinton's cancellation. Clinton did infact cancel because the weather did not allow his flight to get in on time. Your choice to spin this as a victory for the Occupy Protestors drives a wedge further between the protestors themselves and the average population. There are many Democrats, particularly College Democrats such as myself, who are...
BILL CLINTON, DEMS CANCEL AFTER OCCUPY PHILLY... →
OWS Protesters Have Had Their Generators Taken... →
occupyonline: New York (CNN) — Authorities in lower Manhattan removed propane tanks and generators from Occupy Wall Street protesters’ home base Friday, raising the stakes as the weather turns cold and as officials across the country push for more strict control of the loosely defined movement. “It came to our attention cans of gasoline and generators were in the park. These are fire hazards...
So it has been brought to my attention that people were unable to reblog posts on the main page. I don’t exactly know what caused the reblog button to suddenly disappear, but it is fixed now and you should be able to reblog again from the main page. Thank you to everyone for letting me know about this issue.