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The Future of Occupy: From Occupying People’s Park to Changing the System
Mar 25 2012in Activism, Assemblies, Commons, FoO Media, Working Groups by mbsteisslinger
This piece is from Jackie Smith and Bob Glidden (Occupy Pittsburgh Outreach Working Group) The closing of Occupy camps around the country has generated some important soul-searching and strategizing by activists, and in Pittsburgh feelings are divided. On the one hand, many of the camp residents are deeply saddened by the loss of their home [...]
Next Move: Occupy Foreclosed Homes?
Dec 29 2011in Activism by Anna Betz
Is that where the movement of “99-percenters” fighting economic inequality and corporate greed decides to go next? http://occupyourhomes.org/ In Chicago, Communities [...]
Dec 24 2011in Activism, FoO Media by FoO-Steward
This Open Letter was sent to the Outreach Working Group of Occupy London on Dec 19, making some practical suggestions based on what has been attempted by some so far. We publish it in appreciation of the perspective the authors bring to the movement, whose relevance is not limited to Occupy London. We, at The [...]
Dec 19 2011in Big Picture, FoO Media, Identity & Strategy, Social Innovation by mbsteisslinger
The future of Occupy wages system transformation from the perspective of the many camps across the world, including Pittsburgh’s recent counter-eviction of Bank of NY Mellon, and/or from decentralized supporters engaging in direct and on-going action in the struggle against the corporatization of our planet. We at Future of Occupy (FoO) will attempt to cover the [...]