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  • Occupying Homes in Detroit and Beyond

    A truck pulling an enormous construction dumpster came rumbling down Pierson Street in northwest Detroit on January 31. It was a cold Michigan morning, and the whole street was slick with ice.

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  • Wanna Break Up Bank of America? The Line Forms to the Right.

    Breaking up BAC would represent a seismic shift in Wall Street-government relations, but we have moved such mountains before.

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  • The Power of Public Comments

    In March, Occupy the SEC submitted a 325-page comment letter recommending that the Volcker Rule—a regulation to limit Wall Street's most outrageous behavior—be strengthened rather than gutted.

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  • Fighting BAC

    We don’t want Bank of America to fail - but it already has failed, and only our tax dollars and our government’s continued protection is keeping that failure from becoming common knowledge.

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  • Kill This Bill! Or, How to Slay a Dragon

    Occupy Atlanta helped build a coalition to defeat Georgia’s anti-speech and anti-union bill, demonstrating people power in action.

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  • Why Are We Here? One Occupier's Answer

    You've seen us on the news. You've seen us in the parks. You've seen us marching down the street. Since we first took Zuccotti Park on September 17, we've been asked a lot of things. We've been asked to get a job. We've been asked to run a candidate.

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  • Debt and the Tar Sands

    The same debt that is driving millions into destitution - and which drove many Occupiers to the streets - is also driving corporations and their stockholders to liquidate every bit of nature they can.

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  • Mother Activism on the Rise

    Feminist mothering is about reshaping societies so that mothers are recognized as both contributors to, and recipients of, global justice. That, it seems to me, is also the aim of the Occupy Movement.

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  • Poetry: The World We Want is US

    the joyful news of your arrest/this sunday morning everything/is bringing tears.

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  • The American Spring

    The National Occupation of Washington, DC, is bringing occupiers together to share experiences, educate each other and build an independent movement to shift power from concentrated wealth.

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