Another Donald Trump mural believed to be the work of Australian graffiti artist Lushsux has popped up on Israel's barrier in the occupied West Bank, this time depicting the U.S. president sharing a kiss with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Show More Summary
Newly daubed graffiti on the Israeli wall cutting off the occupied West Bank lambasts US President Donald Trump and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. The work has appeared in recent days after secretive Australian artist Lushsux crowdsourced...Show More Summary
City Attorney Pete Holmes' justification for his actions is "frankly hooey," attorney Tim Leary said. by Sydney Brownstone A photo of City Attorney Pete Holmes at a 2011 Occupy Wall Street demonstration. Dominic Holden A local defense...Show More Summary
It’ll be more than a year before we see the final season of Game of Thrones, so we need some things to keep us occupied in the meantime. I plan on going back and watching every…
Sprüth Magers is presenting FOREVER, a new site-specific work by Barbara Kruger. For this installation, which occupies all four walls and the floor of the Berlin gallery?s main exhibition space, the artist has created one of her immersive room-wraps and several new vinyl works. Show More Summary
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Bendat's exhibit showcases photos from movements including Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter and the 2017 Women's March. [ more › ]
You can’t get much moonbattier than zillionaire socialist Occupy Wall Street financer Stephen King. However, the rule now is that you must never have expressed any point of view that
(Jason DeCrow/dapd via AP) Occupy Wall Street protests in New York's Financial District in September 2012 The Crisis of the Middle-Class Constitution: Why Economic Inequality Threatens Our RepublicBy Ganesh SitaramanKnopf This article...Show More Summary
Robert Grodt’s family is fighting the State Department to bring their son’s remains to the U.S. after he was killed fighting with Kurds to liberate Raqqa.
AP Photo/John Minchillo Occupy Wall Street protestors regroup in Battery Park after a morning of marches through the Financial District. Twitter and Tear Gas: The Power and Fragility of Networked Protestby Zeynep TufekciYale University...Show More Summary
“It’s easy to imagine the end of the world, but we cannot imagine the end of capitalism.” - Slajov Žižek, speech at Occupy Wall Street
When I saw this connection this morning, it definitely got my attention. Jason Kessler is the organizer of Unite the Right, the group of white nationalists that duked it out
A former Occupy Wall Street protester who fell in love with a fellow activist at the rally died while fighting ISIS in Syria.
Shimrit Baer writes, "The territories occupied in 1967 have become the focus of international activism because every aspect of life is controlled by the occupier, there are walls and checkpoints, shootings and tear gassing of civilians,...Show More Summary
Yazan Meqbil grew up in the occupied West Bank town of Beit Ommar, in a house with ten demolition orders on it and a father in an Israeli prison. This reality hung over him for much of his youth and remains close today, even in adulthood. Over the course of his teenage years, Meqbil lost […]
Sure, some nonfiction addresses the impact of Occupy (remember "the 99%"?), but there is also fiction, poetry, and more that describes, pictures, and sums up the legacy (at least so far) of the very large social movement.
Back in 2011, as the Occupy Wall Street movement was still spreading through the country, a smaller standoff was unfolding at Sea-Tac, the international airport in the small, eponymous town between Seattle and Tacoma that serves both cities. Along with some of her coworkers, Zainab Aweis, a Somali Muslim shuttle driver for Hertz car rental, […]
You probably know the story of how two stupid works of art entered a stupid dialogue with one another at the gateway to Wall Street, but in case you don’t: Charging Bull is a 7000+ pound work of pro-capitalist “guerrilla art” by Arturo Di Modica. It was installed after the market crash in 1987, and quickly became a […]