It was a busy week in Massachusetts as Brockton Interfaith Community, MASS Uniting, and Springfield No One Leaves organized three different actions this week to continue to call attention to the vast disparity between corporate greed and community need.
November 17th marks two months since the Occupy Wall Street movement launched in New York City before quickly spreading across the country with over a hundred Occupy events from coast to coast. Thousands of people gathered in New York today to celebrate the two month anniversary and continue to fight...
After a lot of advocacy work by Washington CAN!, Working Washington, and inspired by the ongoing #Occupy movement, the Seattle City Council on Monday unanimously adopted a resolution that calls on the city to examine its banking and investment practices, home-foreclosure patterns, and the financing of local elections.
At 1:30 a.m. this morning, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the New York City Police Department raided Zucotti Park, forcing out the hundreds protesters who have occupied the park for nearly two months, fighting for a government and an economy that works for the 99 percent.
Early this morning, Mayor Bloomberg and the NYPD cleared Zucotti Park of OWS protestors. This ousting, comes just days away from OWS's 2 month anniversary. Watch an ABC news report of the NYPD moving protestors out in the wee hours of the night.
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