The Occupy movement is moving to Congress. Hundreds of protesters are expected to march on Washington today for its “Occupy Congress” effort. The word is that they are marching against the NDAA , SOPA, PIPA bills and many other injustices! (Protestors are also setting up meetings with lawmakers and their staff to push for their
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Here’s another Live Stream Feed for the 99% (By the way, I am reposting this from my blog for The Truth Denied) After the recent attacks on the Occupiers, today is the “national day of action”, also known as the N17 Action! One of the attacks occurred in New York City about 1 a.m. on November
Unfortunately, some police across the states continue to use excessive force against the protesters, especially in Oakland, California just a few days ago. They used tear gas, flash bombs and rubber bullets, injuring a former US Marine and others. Thus, many more military are standing up against the unnecessary force and pressure of certain police.
The Protesters in DC have updated their Needs: Their Needs Website: Occupy DC Needs, Contact(at)occupydc(dot)org, Media(at)occupydc(dot)org, Media Only (202–540–0155), Those interested in sending material/monetary donations via mail should contact Finance@OccupyDC.org Volunteering: If you would like to volunteer for Occupy DC, join them on of their committees and sign up this Google sheet . ADDRESS to Donate
Occupy Wall Street strives to be the people’s media, so they created The Occupy Wall Street Journal-which is a four-page broadsheet newspaper. Their newspaper explains to the general public the reasons for the protests and portrays those who have joined in solidarity. It is an Occupy Wall Street Media Kickstarter campaign. Two issues are already
We the People are occupying everywhere! We can no longer be ignored! Something needs to change now! http://youtu.be/RQomjCtNOaI Go to Occupy Together Communities to find your nearest occupation, or go to Occupy Together for more information.
An update has been recieved for the Occupiers in DC: General Paper Pens Tables Chairs Umbrellas Any cardboard Sharpies Paint Brushes Duct tape Glue & large plastic bins to store and sort items Food Apples Bananas Oranges Water-bottled preferred Bread Gloves Nuts Snacks Dairy Craxkers Hot water Cookies Pastas Salads Pizza Juices of all
Occupiers in DC have Requested their Needs: Water: bottled water is preferred! Food: fruit, coffee, crackers, bread, cookies, pasta, salads, pizza, juices all kinds, etc. Coffee and hot chocolate milk is also very much welcome and appreciated. Weather Supplies: Blankets, sleeping bags, sweaters, rain coats, gloves, scarves, hats, jackets, tarps, plastic bags, socks for
Naomi Klein (a Canadian author and activist, who is known for her political analyses and criticism of corporate globalization) was with the protesters Thursday in support of their nonviolent movement. She stated at Democracy Now that “They (the American people) are realizing the change is not coming in Washington because politicians are so controlled by
On “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell” of MSNBC (A MoxNews video), the newscaster explain how Fox never put this interview on air, even though an eloquent speaker, named Jesse, explained it all perfectly. Also, a class action law suit was filed yesterday for the entrapment of protesters at Brooklyn Bridge this past Saturday. Earlier
Occupy Wall Street has spread to Chicago, Denver, Maine, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Wichita, local campuses, and more! RT News interviews Don Debar (activist & journalist), who says “People have no confidence in their economic …and political structure.” He also explains how the US mainstream media implicates the protesters as “violent” when we know