Introduction To Occupy Wall Street

  • Occupy Wall Street Wikipedia Summary
    General overview of the movement, including origins, goals, and critiques. Read 1st paragraph for the basics and the rest for more in depth information.
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    en.wikipedia.org

  • Elizabeth Warren On Debt Crisis, Fair Taxation
    Elizabeth Warren - Harvard Professor turned politician, on the debt crisis and fair taxation, which are key motivating factors for the Occupy Movement.
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    youtube.com

  • About Us | OccupyWallSt.org
    News and resources for protesters attending the mass demonstration on Wall Street against financial greed and corruption. In other words, what the movement is all about, from people leading the movement.
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    occupywallst.org

  • Occupy Wall Street : Pictures, Videos, Breaking News
    Big News on Occupy Wall Street. Includes blogs, news, and community conversations about Occupy Wall Street.
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    huffingtonpost.com

  • Oligarchy, American Style
    The stark reality is that we have a society in which money is increasingly concentrated in the hands of a few people. This threatens to make us a democracy in name only.
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    commondreams.org

  • Dear Occupy Wall Street Daveramsey.com
    Radio Personality & Financial Adviser Dave Ramsey's got a message to share with all the Occupy Wall Street protesters - a complaint is not a solution.
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    daveramsey.com

  • The 53%: Occupy Wall Street Backlash - Oct. 26, 2011
    Occupy Wall Street has created a backlash movement, whose participants proudly proclaim they are the 53% of Americans who are responsible and pay federal income taxes.
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    money.cnn.com

  • Occupy Wall Street Marchers Come To Washington Decrying Congress - Bloomberg
    Occupy Wall Street protesters arrived in Washington after a two-week walk, decrying the congressional supercommittee’s stalemate in efforts to reach a deficit-reduction agreement.
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    bloomberg.com

  • Pepper-spray Cop Works His Way Through Art History
    The image of a cop pepper-spraying U.C. Davis protesters has been Photoshopped into history's most famous works of art.
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    washingtonpost.com

  • Why Occupy Wall Street Is So Hard To Understand?
    Occupy protesters have to create not just a set of demands, but new ways of demanding.
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    theatlantic.com

  • Occupy Congress
    Tens of thousands of people chanting outside the Capitol would be hard to ignore, and it doesn't matter what we chant, because WE are our demands! If Congress started working for the 99%, reckless corporations would be restrained, not bailed out. Come to Washington on January 17th, 2012 and lend your voice.
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    occupyyourcongress.info

  • Occupy 2012: Movement Struggles To Evolve, Maintain Momentum
    It's been a long, cold winter already for Occupy Wall Street, the protest movement that burst onto the scene in September to focus national attention on income inequality and the perceived greed of the rich and powerful. But cold weather, and perhaps protest fatigue, have weakened the handful of camps that remain around the country.
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    huffingtonpost.com

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Take you through OWS

I find this quote interesting in Dave Ramsey 's article... "A lot of people on Twitter are saying I totally agree with the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) demands and goals. The only problem is that I have no idea what their demands and goals are. And neither does anyone else." Following this playlist helps to see the messages from the different parties. It is always positive to know.. what are the goals, what is the message for any sort of protest or divide. Educate yourself... add to this to Learning Playlist to help build the knowledge of OWS readers.

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