Struggling for the Soul of America
OCCUPY! Protesters Speak Out Against Endless War and Reckless Greed
Recent Reflections on the Occupy Movement
Seattle WTO Shutdown ’99 to Occupy:
Organizing to Win 12 Years Later
By David Solnit — December 5, 2011
Building the World We Want
By Michael Nagler — Metta Center for Nonviolence — Dec. 22, 2011
New forms of nonviolence and leadership emerging in OCCUPY movement?
Why Occupy Wall Street will keep up the fight — a November manifesto
Occupy Wall Street’s commitment to nonviolence
Stop the Machine! Create a New World:
the Occupation in Freedom Plaza in Washington DC by David Hartsough
How to Destroy the OCCUPY Movement
and How to Prevent It From Failing by Paul K. Chappell
Non Violent Civil Disobedience Training Talks
10 Ways to Support the Occupy Movement
(From YES Magazine)
Faith in the 99 percent:
What Drives Occupy Wall Street? — By Starhawk OCT 20, 2011
” We are the 99 percent !
” The chant thunders through the streets, from Wall Street in New York City, where the Occupy movement began, to K Street in Washington, where high-paid lobbyists influence government ,
to streets in cities and small towns all across the nation. In hundreds of Occupations
, ordinary people have been moved to fill parks and streets and squares with signs, tents, impromptu soup kitchens, intense conversations and lengthy meetings.What’s going on? Pundits splutter about the movement’s lack of ‘demands’ and coherent messaging, but sound bites and 10-point programs arise from central committees and top-down hierarchies. The Occupy movement demonstrates a very different model of organizing: emergent, decentralized, without a command and control structure.
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Medea Benjamin interviewed on the streets of Washington by The Metta Center
Peaceful People Power + Mike Myers Visits Occupy NYC
U.S. Representative Peter DeFazio
Explains to Congress the Protestors Frustrations
Freedom Plaza participant explains protests.
The Choice to be a Rebel or a Slave