Share International Magazine dedicated five pages to the occupy story and personal interviews exploring where the Occupy Movement is headed one year down the road. This international spiritual publication with a universalist emphasis on the divinity of humanity and earth as a whole, focusses on issues of peace and justice, and as the name implies, declares [...]
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Occupy and allied movements have uncovered the glaring truth, we the citizens of most nations have little or no power to reform the current Market State system that is wreaking such havoc on our economies, our communities and our ecosystems. Can we stop the blatant enclosure of the ways and means of production (Market) and governance [...]
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 [...]
Jeff Reifman, Envision Seattle and Thomas Linzey, Esq of Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) recently posted a major message to the Occupy movement, both a warning and a challenge… “Mainstream progressive groups have failed by constraining their activities within legal and regulatory systems purposefully structured to subordinate communities to corporate power. Real movements don’t operate that way. Abolitionists never sought to regulate [...]
On November 13th 2011, economists from the University of Massachusetts Amherst drafted an open statement to the Occupy Wall Street movement pledging their support. Since then, more than 200 economists from around the world have added their names. Read more at econ4.org They consider the occupiers as advocates of the public good and state: “The [...]