In the context of criminal justice, America’s faith in technological interventions is worse than misplaced; it is dangerous.
Natasha Lennard | Five Years After the Brooklyn Bridge Arrests, the Occupy Wall Street Worth Remembering
Sen. Sanders has stood with the protestors at Standing Rock, and elsewhere, which recalls a different Occupy legacy worth preserving: If elected officials turned up, they stood with the group, in the group, not for the group.
Excerpt from Thank You Anarchy, Notes from the Occupy Apocalypse by Nathan Schneider Occupy Wall Street banner with Alexander Hamilton By Nathan Schneider November 1st, 2013 www.truth-out.org PopularResistance.org Powered by Translate Nathan Schneider, the author of “Thank You Anarchy,” was covering the Occupy Movement from its origins. In his first chapter, More
Comments> Dialog & Controversy over Chris Hedges’ article “The Cancer in Occupy” I have been asked to delete the post on WAMMToday by Chris Hedges called “The Cancer in Occupy.” [I think by whom is not relevant to this dialog, and the different viewpoints are reflected below.] Before I posted it, it did cross my More