I still remember the Occupy Wall Street slogans and chants in lower Manhattan a few years ago: “SHAME ON THE 1%! SHAME ON THE 1%!” At the time, I was in my mid 20’s, working in New York City but squarely in the lower-middle-class. While...Show More Summary
First they took to the streets to protest the perceived misdeeds of Wall Street fat cats who were accused of profiting from government loans, and next they’ll come after dramatically wealthy Silicon Valley tech leaders who are riding a wave … More » The post BofA Warns Of Future “Occupy Silicon Valley” Movement appeared first on EveryJoe.
On Tuesday, Philadelphia Democrats picked criminal defense lawyer Larry Krasner as their nominee to run the city’s district attorney’s office. A progressive firebrand who has defended Black Lives Matter protesters and Occupy Wall Street...Show More Summary
Last year, then-president Barack Obama vetoed a bill that would have curbed the pensions of former presidents if they took outside income of $400,000. This post Obama to Occupy Wall Street Wallets appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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Occupy Wall Street... by other means. The post Marcus: At a certain point, hasn’t Obama made enough money? appeared first on Hot Air.
Saul Alinksy's "Rules for Radicals," published in 1971 at the height of the counterculture movement, has long been required reading for community organizers on the left. It inspired activists with the labor movement, Occupy Wall Street, and Black Lives Matter. Show More Summary
Provocative poster art isn’t just for hippies and Occupy Wall Street folks anymore. The alt-right is finally getting into graphics in hopes of persuading the world to see things its way.
Occupying a storefront on one of Philadelphia’s most valuable retail strips, Chestnut Street, streetwear boutique Lapstone & Hammer are planning an impressive 1,200 square foot expansion to be ready by June of this year. Formulated by founder, Brian Nadav, the new Lapstone & Hammer project is scheduled to benchmark the turning of a new leaf in both the future […]
A popular image of resistance during the Occupy Wall Street protests of 2012 showed a ballerina poised atop the Charging Bull statue in New York City’s financial district. The aggressive capitalist system that had failed so many in the...Show More Summary
Refugee rappers, ska stars from the Golan Heights, the Kraftwerk of the Levant … meet the acts redefining Palestine in the shadow of the wall and the watchtowers Guests arriving at international music conferences are usually welcomed with a bit of a meet-and-greet by the pool, an ice-cool daiquiri and some tasty canapes, perhaps. Show More Summary
With the Orange Turd's kleptocratic fascism fully embracing despot-style nepotism, let's get right to the links today: Occupy Democrats: So the wall will be built in Mexico? Frankly Curious: So Republicans still want to repeal Obamacare? Joe.My.God:...Show More Summary
Five years ago, Motherboard released a doc on Occupy Wall Street hacktivists trying to build a distributed, ad hoc mesh network from the ground up. We caught up with one of them.
Click here for reuse options! Former Occupy Wall Street leader Micah White sounds off on the future of the resistance movement. After the collapse of Occupy Wall Street, my wife and I fled the progressive groupthink of Berkeley, California...Show More Summary
One of the world’s most well-known dichotomies is the rich and the poor, the haves and the have-nots, or the one percent and the 99 percent, as popularized by the Occupy Wall Street protests in 2011. And it’s true: There’s an enormous wealth gap in the U.S. Indeed, Americans had a total of $67...
A Chicago Occupy Wall Street protester and journalist has just gotten a taste of what a no-go zone is really like in Sweden. You know, that place the media made
BETHLEHEM, West Bank (Reuters) - Under an army watchtower and across the street from the concrete wall Israel has built in parts of the occupied West Bank, street artist Banksy has opened a guesthouse in the Palestinian city of Bethlehem.
Detective Rick Lee, who became known as the Hipster Cop during the Occupy Wall Street protests in 2011, is taking his style with him into retirement.
A New York City police detective who became an internet sensation as the "Hipster Cop" for his fashionable wardrobe during the Occupy Wall Street protests is letting go of something … Click to Continue »
A young architecture student pulls up a rendering of a triangular city block on a projector in an unassuming office space at the edge of Mexico City’s Colonia Juárez district. “The best corner is occupied by a McDonald’s,” he says, gesturing at the schematic on the screen. “I would start by demolishing...