Protesting isn't the only way to participate in activism. You can make a difference in lots of ways. Here are just a few.
The NSA has not yet directly responded to a letter from Sen. Bernie Sanders asking if members of Congress were part of its dragnet. The agency, however, did not rule it out in a statement to journalists.
In this video Robert Reich explains how large economic entities, such as the United States and the European Union, can curb the power of corporations and serve their citizens, rather than the profit-at-all-costs interests of global capital.
Protesters do not back Michigan Governor Rick Snyder's decision to appoint an emergency financial manager in Detroit.
Anonymous has announced a joint action between the hacktivist group and the Occupy movement, "OUR POLLS," which seeks to Occupy the Vote 2012 with the aim of holding our elected officials accountable to the people. The message: Elected
On January 17th, an Occupy "Call to Action" urges protestors to convene beginning at 9 a.m. EST on the West Front Lawn at Capitol Hill in an effort to bring the movement's message to the doorstep of Congressional lawmakers.