The District of Columbia is the nation’s Capital and therefore a lightning rod for national organizing, but it is also the home of 600,000 people who deal day-to-day with the consequences of many of the important issues that get protested
"Fannie Mae, you can't hide, we can see your greedy side," chanted over 200 homeowners and renters from across the country, who protested recently in front of Fannie Mae headquarters in Northwest, Washington D.C.. The protestors gathered
Streaming Live by Ustream Livestreaming from Washington, DC, Occupy DC is marching on K Street... More on this later.
These are themed days of action in resistance to the system and in solidarity with the 99%. Individual, autonomous affinity groups welcome to plan whatever inspires them. 10/1 – SHUT DOWN K STREET day of action. Meet at 7 AM at McPherson
American Autumn Trailer: World Premiere, Tuesday June 26th at the Indie Screen Cinema and Bar/ 26 Kent Street in Williamsburg Brooklyn...
Dozens of Occupy Our Homes DC activists attempted to prevent a court-ordered eviction in Washington D.C. on Tuesday before being forcefully removed from the property by U.S. Marshals. They were attempting to stave off the eviction on behalf
Bill O'Reilly's been on a hell of a tear this week attacking the Occupy Wall Street movement. On this Monday's show, he was calling them "terrorists" because a protester was giving him a hard time while watching a show on Broadway. Our friends over at News Hounds have more on that and O'Reilly's double standard when it comes to what sort of protesters he likes.
Occupy Peeps Street The Occupy Wall Street movement can't be stopped - not even in Peepville! Protesters Re-Occupy Minneapolis: At least a dozen Occupy Minnesota protesters were arrested as their return to Minneapolis became heated
Retired Navy Commander Leah Bolger to plead guilty to interrupting the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to tell the truth about the only things needed to fix the federal budget, "Tax the rich, end the wars!"
Working America connects with Occupy D.C. For the second post in our series taking a closer look at the state of the U.S. labor movement, we have an exclusive interview with the executive director of Working America, Karen Nussbaum. Karen
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