Tag Archive | "#occupywallstreet"

The Economic Crisis: A Brief Glossary And Fact Sheet

Wednesday, November 16, 2011


CODEPINK has been part of the Occupy Wall Street movement from the beginning. There are many issues that we’ve been speaking out about, especially as they relate to the need to reduce war spending so that funds can be redirected toward domestic needs. But what are these domestic needs that require our attention? Here is [...]

Keeping Occupy Tucson Peaceful

Monday, November 14, 2011


by Mary DeCamp Early on, threats against the cops popped up in our Tucson encampment. There was a sign advocating violence against the police. Immediately when it was discovered, the Tucson Police Dept. was notified. One of our tech-savvy people traced the origin of the artwork to a Facebook page and turned that information over [...]

Occupy Wall Street Day 5: This is What Democracy Looks Like

Thursday, September 22, 2011

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After yesterday’s rain and violent arrests, I’m afraid of what to expect as I approach Liberty Plaza for the fifth day of Occupy Wall Street. Mainstream media report that numbers have dwindled; our own media’s livestream was shut down yesterday while people were arrested for trying to cover the equipment with tarps. I am bracing [...]

The 99% Demand: Occupy Wall Street! Bring Our War $$ Home!

Tuesday, September 20, 2011


-Edited to add: this morning (Tuesday, September 20th) seven more protesters were arrested — some violently. One is currently reported to be in hospital. Day three of the encampment at Liberty Plaza, formerly known as Zuccotti park, is coming to a close. A lively group stands at the corner waving cardboard signs to passersby: JOIN [...]

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