Introducing the Occupy Exchange Program: Fellowships to Promote the Voices and Skills of the Occupy Movement

By: Friday February 24, 2012 1:36 pm

Our first 3 fellows from Occupy Buffalo! Over the past year, the Arab Spring uprisings have inspired a worldwide movement against injustice, and since that time, many new and exciting voices of the struggle have emerged. Students overloaded with debt with little hope of finding work; veterans left homeless and forgotten by their communities; factory [...]

Growing Majority Says There Is Strong Conflict Between the Rich and the Poor

By: Thursday January 12, 2012 7:43 am

Over the past two years the number of Americans who say there is a “very strong” or “strong” conflict between the rich and the poor has skyrocketed. According to Pew Research, in 2009 only 47 percent of Americans said there was a very strong or strong conflict between the rich and the poor. That number [...]

Aim Big

By: Thursday October 13, 2011 1:32 pm

I haven’t written about what I think the Occupy Wall Street protesters policy demands should or shouldn’t be because I don’t feel it is my place. Yet as I see more and more people tell the Occupy Wall Street people what they should demand, I feel there is simply one piece of advice I must [...]