(via realworldnews)Source: 4billion-souls
Now it’s time for activists to move beyond other people’s social networks and build their own, according to Knutson.
“We don’t want to trust Facebook with private messages among activists,” he said.
This seems like a whole lot of work, but totally worth it! I can’t wait to sign up and meet my comrades!
Occupy Wall Street demonstrator pushed down the stairs of Winter Garden by Police Officer with concealed face and badge number.
see the last two posts as well. still want to tell me that they are the 99%?
(via realworldnews)Source: ghost-of-algren
Over Thanksgiving weekend I flew to New York to add my voice to the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement in Zucotti Park Manhattan.
Inspired by the news reports and especially the Stephen Colbert interview of Ketchup, a self-proclaimed “autonomous person” or non-leader of the Occupy Wall Street movement, I set aside the whole day to protest whatever OWS was protesting….
“In fat times and in lean times, Billionaire Bloomberg swings his budget ax at poor people with AIDS. This year we join forces with the 99 percent who are rising up to demand economic justice. People want to live in a society where health care, housing and support services for people with AIDS are considered a priority over bankers’ investment portfolios,” said Housing Works New York City Director for Policy and Organizing Kristin Goodwin. (via Video and Photos: Thirteen “Robin Hoods” Arrested at World AIDS Day Wall Street Protest — AIDS Issues Update — Housing Works)