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Occupier Who Wants A Revolution Sues Orlando And Wins

A federal court awarded $200,000 in the case of an Orlando activist, Timothy Osamar, who was imprisoned for 18 days after scribbling with chalk “The revolution will not be televised” and “All I want for Christmas is a revolution” in

Occupy Austin Evicted

Austin Police evicted Occupy Austin late last night, and it seems the move came as somewhat of a surprise to the group. Via: Austin Police began enforcing a new policy on City Hall property banning people from the building during

Occupy Orlando: Funeral For The Bill Of Rights

On December 19, 2011, Orlando Occupiers gathered together and headed out on a funeral march from City Hall to the Orange County Courthouse to hold a vigil for the dearly departed Bill of Rights...

Kids Make Paper Hearts For Mayor Bloomberg, NYPD Rips Them Up

A peaceful protest by parents and children participating in an anti-bullying march aimed at the New York Police Department's arrests of peaceful protesters ended in tears for many of the children when paper hearts they made for Mayor Bloomberg were torn down from the fence they were hanging from by police officers.

Cesar Chavez’s Grandson Arrested At Occupy L.A.

Via: Arthur S. Rodriguez, the grandson of labor and civil rights leader Cesar Chavez, was among the nearly 300 people arrested last week as authorities moved to shut down the Occupy L.A. encampment outside City Hall, according to his