Rolling Jubilee

Occupy Wall Street's Rolling Jubilee does it again! Read more...
Rolling Jubilee – Third Debt Buy
Strike Debt has just abolished $13.5 million in medical debt! Read more...
Medical debt is an area of personal debt that no one from outside the United States can even understand. Spanish activists are campaigning against the privitization of their national single-payer health system. They see any payment for medical treatment as the breakdown of a decent society. The idea that people might be driven to bankruptcy by medical debt is literally incomprehensible. Read more...
Since launching the Rolling Jubilee in November, enough money has been raised to abolish $11,236,570 of personal debt. Read more...
What could be better for Christmas than a story of giving? The Village Voice has a blog post on Strike Debt's Rolling Jubilee project, sparked by the Occupy movement. And what a wonderful present! Imagine the looks on the faces of the people who Read more...

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This is your moment of clarity #188: Everybody wants to know where Occupy is heading. Why aren't they getting pepper sprayed on the news anymore?? Here's your answer. Keep fighting, Lee Read more...
An update on the Rolling Jubilee: Occupy Wall Street reports that the show's over – with enough raised to abolish over $5,000,000 of debt! Keep the Jubilee rolling: click here to donate! People shouldn’t have to go into debt for an Read more...
We need a jubilee, a clean slate, a cancellation of debt for the 99%. The Rolling Jubilee raises money to buy debt. But instead of collecting on the debt we buy, we're going to abolish it. It's time for a bailout of the people, by the Read more...
#RollingJubilee begins November 15th with the #PeoplesBailout Buy tickets here: http://www.lepoissonrouge.com/lpr_events/peoples-bailout/ 100% of ticket sales go to abolishing debt Greetings from Strike Debt! It’s finally time to Read more...
I've noticed that a lot of people think the Occupy movement has simply fallen apart. Absolutely not true: After Hurricane Sandy, they used the contacts with community organizations they've developed on housing issues to help set up a broad range Read more...