Occupy Wall Street didn't just go to sleep on November 17th and wake up on May 1st. Since its triumphant trek across the Brooklyn Bridge, the movement has been marching, occupying, organizing—and training. Warm-ups at Zuccotti Park each
As many of you know I've been covering the Occupy Movement since Day 1. I've been to eight Occupy camps in two countries: One raid. One near-arrest. One march on the U.S. Consulate. A couple of barricaded streets. I was at the largest GA the
Dr. Martin Luther King in a debate with Southern Writer/Editor James J. Kilpatrick on the use of no-violent protest and the Lunchcounter sit-ins, as originally broadcast on The Nation's Future - November 26, 1960.
The EPA's decision to revoke a permit for the Spruce Number One Mine, West Virginia's largest mountaintop removal site, has garnered a predictable reaction. Only this time, it's not the infamous Don Blankenship putting Ted Nugent on stage,
Every bullet, head-stomp, and crosshair-map is another gift. Let media rationalize with false equivalencies while they may, for a new era of nonviolent activism and resistance beckons. Exposing the reactionaries of our time will require courage,
It is not okay to tackle a woman to the ground and step on her head just because you don't like her politics. The tea party sees tyranny everywhere and practices it on others. This is how real, actual, not-imaginary fascism comes to America. Our