We have been hoping to hold a webinar to analyze how Occupy can aid in struggles for racial justice and equality and how they can improve themselves to create a truly inclusive movement that is representative of the needs and concerns of communities of color. We know occupiers in places like Detroit have a lot of ideas and lessons they can share to the benefit of the movement, so we’re pleased to invite you to join our free online talk on Racism and the Occupy Movement with Lee Gaddies of Occupy Detroit and author and journalist Joanne Griffith this evening at 8pm eastern.
|By: Brian Sonenstein Wednesday March 21, 2012 2:55 pm|
|By: tobiasfox Saturday February 18, 2012 11:10 am|
People around the world are pushing for alternative energy as a means of becoming a more sustainable human society and we plan to show people how to do this at a minimal cost.
|By: dakine01 Sunday February 12, 2012 1:15 pm|
We’ve received a few diaries in the last week but we’ve also gotten some great pictures and a couple of nice videos from folks.
|By: dakine01 Monday January 23, 2012 8:15 am|
An Occupy Roundup, including reports from New Haven, Newark, Nashville, Syracuse and Boise, Idaho.
|By: dakine01 Sunday January 8, 2012 7:00 pm|
We’ve received some excellent Occupy related diaries these last few days that are a joy to read. They span the country, including some of the more conservative areas, and even up into Canada.
|By: tobiasfox Thursday January 5, 2012 10:50 am|
The truth of the matter is as long as we continue to support this system it will continue to exist. We can complain about gas prices but as long as we are filling up our tanks nothing of any significance will change. The 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott should’ve taught us that much.