Friday, October 14, 2011

FOCUS: Wall Street Occupation Goes Global Saturday

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NYPD attempts to stop Occupy Wall Street protesters as they walk on the Brooklyn Bridge. (photo: Occupy Wall Street)
Alastair MacDonald, Reuters
Alastair MacDonald reports: "For an October revolution, dress warm. That's the word going out - politely - on the Web to rally street protests on Saturday around the globe from New Zealand to Alaska via London, Frankfurt, Washington and, of course, New York, where the past month's Occupy Wall Street movement has inspired a worldwide yell of anger at banks and financiers. Only time will tell what a growing global social movement can muster, but the energy is discernible and the momentum remains in favor of a new kind of change."
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Live Coverage: Occupy Wall Street
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The aim of #OCCUPYWALLSTREET is to draw protesters to New York's financial district in a non-violent protest to spark a mass movement against corporate dominance. While the corporate media ignores the protest, Reader Supported News will continue to report on the latest developments.
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Live Coverage: Occupy DC
Reader Supported News Special Coverage
The People's Uprisings seen around the world and in the United States have spread to Washington, DC. On Thursday, October 6, hundreds began a prolonged people's occupation of Freedom Plaza. Reader Supported News will provide special coverage of this event.
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Live Coverage: Occupy America
Reader Supported News Special Coverage
The seed planted on September 17th in New York City has grown into a national and international movement. Occupy Wall Street has branched out into hundreds of groups organizing in their own communities. Reader Supported News will highlight some of the more significant actions from around the country here. Share this page with your friends and associates and come back often for the latest developments.
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