New York City agencies will pay OWS protestors a large settlement for damaging library books in "The People's Library" in September 2011.
If he were alive today, Martin Luther King Jr. would have been the leader of protest movements like Occupy and remained an enemy of the 1%.
The Occupy Wall Street Movement is not the only long running social change movement in the country. It could learn a few things from the School of the Americas Vigil.
Strike Debt compared talking openly about your debt to coming out of the closet, saying on Twitter “if you tell people about your debt, if you ‘come out,’ you take away the shame.”
Whether it’s a political rebellion or an altruistic gesture, Strike Debt is offering a new way to tackle this country's debt crisis from the ground up, without the banks.
News flash: This country has always been lead by millionaires. The question that stands is, does the 1% have total control?
Occupy Wall Street celebrates one year of failure on September 17. Every year it will celebrate its failure unless a change in philosophy takes place.
The media coverage of Occupy Wall Street's one-year anniversary will focus on criticism and today's rallies. But what's really important is what they've done and what they will do in the future.