Born Out Of Occupy: Project 222

By Alex Fan Moniz, Popular Resistance -

To think that Project 222 was born with a bang. Real bang. Human dignity over spineless puppeteering. Winston was living in a tent at the time. It was the Fall of 2011, an eventful time around [...]

What Would A Yellow Vest Movement Look Like In The United States?

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance -

A truth about movements is, they move. They morph, evolve and move around a country or even around the globe. This occurs over months and often over years. The US' Occupy encampment era [...]

Has Occupy Wall Street Changed America?

By Chantal Da Silva, -

With many Americans still reeling from the 2008 financial crisis, Canadian anti-consumerist magazine Adbusters had issued a call to action for a "revolution," a "people's revolt in the [...]

The Crisis Of Global Capitalism Never Really Ended

By Jerome Roos, Roar Magazine. -

This weekend marks the tenth anniversary of the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the once-mighty US investment bank whose dramatic bankruptcy on September 15, 2008 unleashed the worst financial [...]

The Anarchists Who Ignited Occupy Wall Street Seven Years Ago Are Now Calling For #OCCUPYSILICONVALLEY

By Staff, -

Seven years after igniting the global phenomenon of Occupy Wall Street, Adbusters Media Foundation is launching #OCCUPYSILICONVALLEY, an ambitious, global blowback campaign against Big Tech's [...]

How Woke Is The Left?

By Jonathan Feldman, Counterpunch. -

Is the left today “woke,” i.e. is it self-consciously learning from the limits of the path it has been on to design a new systemic architecture based on alternative, networked institutions to [...]

#OccupyICE Spreads Across The Nation

By Kevin Zeese, Popular Resistance -

Occupy ICE is taking off throughout the nation. We have reported on protests outside of ICE in Portland and in New York City, now these protests are becoming known as #OccupyICE and are spreading [...]

The Bigger Disasters After Natural Disasters

By Eleanor Goldfield, -

By Eleanor Goldfield for Occupy - The storm Hurricane Harvey may be over but the aftermath is just beginning. Letting history be our guide, we take a look at the capitalist machine that not only [...]

It’s Time To Reawaken The Spirit Of Occupy For The Starving Millions

By Adam Parsons, -

By Adam Parsons for Intrepid Report - The world is now facing an unprecedented emergency of hunger and famine, with a record number of people requiring life-saving food and medical assistance in [...]

Rise Up America, Rise Up!

By Mohammed Mesbahi, -

By Mohammed Mesbahi for There is no doubt that the people of goodwill throughout the United States must rise up in unison together, and peacefully stand in opposition to the [...]

Newsletter: The Movement Matters Most

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, -

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese. While some people are calling 2016 the worst year ever, we are optimistic that we are on track for transformational change. Of course there are significant [...]

Newsletter – Five Years Later

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, -

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese. This will be a brief newsletter this week because we are both on the road. Margaret is running for US Senate for Maryland, Green Party, and she is touring the [...]

New Yorkers Celebrate Occupy Wall Street On Its Fifth Anniversary

By Corinne Segal and Arlene Lormestoire, -

By Corinne Segal and Arlene Lormestoire for PBS Newshour. Becky Wartell was living in Portland, Maine and applying for jobs when she heard the first rumblings of Occupy Wall Street. Her story [...]

Thousands Of Spaniards March On Indignado Anniversary

By Harold Heckle, -

By Harold Heckle for the Associated Press. Thousands of Spaniards marched in downtown Madrid to mark the fifth anniversary of a protest movement that led to the creation of Podemos, now Spain's [...]

David Graeber: The Power Of Finance, History Of Inequality & Legacy Of OWS

By David Graeber, -

By David Graeber for ROAR Magazine. So hundreds of thousands suddenly showed up. I mean, we had what — like 800 occupations at peak? Then of course came the evictions and they realize, “oh, I [...]