Occupy the Blog!

By: Sunday March 11, 2012 7:00 pm

Wow! It has been nearly three weeks since the last Occupy the Blog! diary. While we have reached the doldrums of the winter, the Occupations around the country are still performing their activities, big and small, and making an impact on the world.

Please DONATE to the Occupy Supply fund if you can. It is donations from people like you that allows Occupy Supply to help the Occupations survive the cold.


Organizing a 2 Week Trip for Lt. Dan Choi to Visit Occupations

By: Monday February 27, 2012 6:15 pm

I have had the pleasure this week to work with Jane Hamsher and Lt. Dan Choi, DADT activist and superstar occupier! I have been booking travel and organizing events for Dan at 5 different occupations across the country, from Delaware to Fairbanks, AK.

FDL Membership Drive Kicks Off as #OccupySupply Sends Lt. Dan Choi to New Occupy Atlanta AT&T Encampment

By: Monday February 27, 2012 10:45 am

Lt. Dan Choi is on his way to Occupy Atlanta’s new encampment in front of AT&T headquarters right now. He’ll be in Atlanta for the next 3 days to celebrate the tent that Atlanta won for their outstanding local activism from Occupy Supply. Today also kicks off our FDL Membership drive. The annual contributions of our members pays for the salaries and benefits of our employees who do the organizational work, and that’s how we were able to use 100% of the money we raise through Occupy Supply to get supplies to occupiers who needed them.

Sign Up Now for Tomorrow’s #OccupySupply Webinar: “My Occupation Was Raided: Now What Do I Do?”

By: Saturday February 11, 2012 10:48 am

Our next Occupy Supply online meet-up is Sunday, February 12th, at 2:00 PM Eastern. Register now.

In an effort to share strategies and best-practices among Occupy groups, Sunday’s Occupy Supply town hall webinar discussion will be: “My Occupation Was Raided: Now What Do I Do?”

Occupy Atlanta Saves Woman’s Home From Foreclosure

By: Tuesday December 20, 2011 12:40 pm

Now here’s one of those tanigble victories for the Occupy movement. In Atlanta, protesters saved the house of an Iraq war veteran from foreclosure. There are thousands of potential stories just like Brigitte Walker’s, and thousands of potential activists ready to act on the situations. It’s time to get to work.

Mayors’ Strategy Against Occupations: Let Them Eat Snow or Pepper Spray

By: Tuesday November 15, 2011 9:50 am

A nation wide pattern, possibly coordinated, has emerged for how political officials are trying to deal with the occupy protest. In the Northern locations the pattern has been to wait until the cold winter freezes them out. In the warmer climates, overwhelming military style police action is being used to forcefully crack down on the encampments.

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