28 8 / 2012

Activism Action HubA combination of many tools to help you stay up to date with the latest news, the Activism Action Hub combines news tweet feeds from OWS, Wikileaks, Anon News, Raw Story, and Yildirim News, live news tv stream, Global Revolution live stream, reddit news, irc, and the latest videos from the AP. Also have links to activist sites like the EFF, ACLU, The Consumerist, Change.org, Occupy Wall Street, so that you will stay informed about the latest threats to your digital and personal freedom.

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01 5 / 2012

01 5 / 2012

May 1, 2012

Happening now, the May Day Labor Rights protest, you can watch live here. Thanks to the person streaming the protest. Stand up for Labor Rights, and freedom.

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14 3 / 2012

March 14, 2012

Via Read Write Web: “U.S. activists who thought Twitter was a secure way to communicate during demonstrations may have another thing coming. The New York District Attorney’s Office has begun sending subpoenas to Twitter seeking data on protesters arrested during the Occupy Wall Street protests last year…”.* Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss on The Young Turks. 

Read article here: RWW

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29 1 / 2012

January 29, 2012

Hi everyone,

For the record, I don’t agree with the burning of the American flag, I thought that was wrong, and I am sure that many of the Occupy Oakland protesters thought the same. There was even another protester begging them not to. I do however support the overall movement to fight income inequality, corportism, injustices, and the fight for Internet freedom and human rights.



Follow Occupy Oakland News:

Twitter: @OccupyOakland
Website: OccupyOakland.org
Wikipedia: Occupy Oakland History, however always double check information for accuracy, but it will give you an overall view of the movement, and everything that has occured.


Occupy Oakland Headlines across various news organizations

LA Times: Occupy Oakland: Police arrest 300, officials decry ‘illegal activity’ "Police in riot gear faced off with demonstrators Saturday afternoon at a rally near City Hall. Hundreds of protesters then marched toward the vacant Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, where they began tearing down the fencing around the auditorium, and police moved to stop them."

CNN: Dozens arrested as Oakland, occupy protesters clash "From the beginning, the group acknowledged on its website that the action — touted on its website as "Move-In Day" — to take over the convention center was illegal.

But the group said the move was necessary, in part because “since November, the city of Oakland and its police force have made it impossible for us to meet, to serve food and to provide a place for people to stay.” “

Oakland Tribune: Day of clashes at Occupy Oakland ends with at least 400 arrest "Occupy Oakland protesters broke into City Hall, stole an American flag from the City Council chamber and set it on fire Saturday night, punctuating a wild day in which police deployed tear gas, arrested more than 400 marchers and dodged hurling objects.”

Huffington Post: Occupy Oakland: Police Teargas Protests, use flash grenadesPolice used tear gas and “flash” grenades on the group Saturday afternoon after some demonstrators threw rocks and other objects at them. Police said three officers were hurt, but they released no details.”

RT News: Occupy Oakland video: Police use flashbags & tear-gas against protesters  Police in Oakland, California, have used tear-gas and flash-grenades as a 2,000-strong Occupy Oakland march turned violent, with some protesters claiming that rubber bullets were also fired into the crowd. At least 300 people were arrested.

The demonstrators had attempted to take over vacant buildings to use as their headquarters, they also broke into City Hall and tried to occupy a YMCA. Police spokesman Jeff Thomason told media most of the arrests came around 8 pm local time. Police took many protesters into custody as they marched through the city’s downtown area, with some entering a YMCA building.” 

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25 1 / 2012

Glenn Greenwald, contributing writer at Salon.com, joins us to discuss real, hidden, and leser known reasons motivating Occupy Wall Street protests, and more.

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17 1 / 2012

January 17, 2012

OWS is against inequalities in the US system, and corruption, imperialism, and corportism. 

America’s anti-corporate Occupy protesters are starting the year as they mean to go on - digging in with their demos, as they clock up 4 months of the campaign. Thousands are due outside Congress later on Tuesday - hoping their demands won’t fall on deaf ears, as representatives reconvene after the holidays. RT’s Gayane Chichakyan is in Washington.

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22 12 / 2011

December 22, 2011

From Uptake Video: The Occupy movement has successfully put the economic injustice plaguing the United States on televisions across America, says Tina Dupuy, a nationally syndicated op-ed columnist and managing editor of Crooks and Liars.

The reason that most Americans were unaware of these issues before the Occupy movement caught fire this fall is that 60 percent of us get our news exclusively from local news sources. Those 30-minute local news segments devote a full 10 minutes to commercials and two minutes to “teasers” of stories to come. That leaves very little time for real news about real issues.

Dupuy says that newscasters too often fill the gap with trivial stories such as reports about “Dancing with the Stars” or news of a cat stuck in a tree in Germany. “We don’t have a real broad knowledge of issues that affect us, like the housing bubble or about what our local and national government is doing,” says Dupuy. “But at least now the local news is showing protest signs of what economic injustice is.

They’re being forced to cover these issues and cover the raids, arrests and encampments and have the protestors on television talking about these issues.” “Now we’ve seen our local news talk about the homeless population, talk about people who aren’t able to find jobs, talk about students who are now sharecroppers to banks because they have $200,000 in student loan debt ? debt they can’t renegotiate.”

Watch here.

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02 12 / 2011

December 02, 2011

At this year’s Republican Governors Association meeting Frank Luntz, Republican strategist gave a presentation about Occupy Wall Street’s effect on the American public. Cenk Uygur discusses this amazing story. Watch here. Read report here.

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26 11 / 2011

To see more interesting stuff please visit http://factspy.net

In our world, jobless, economic disparity and corruption are major issues but what are the facts? This video helps explain some of the statistics behind the protests. In 2007, unemployment was 4.5%. In 2010, it was 9.7%. (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). Include those who are underemployed or stopped looking? 18%

This is a huge factor is our world today!Bill O’reilly even said, “They’re jobless because they don’t want to work!” . I’ll stop you there Bill! In some cases I can agree but there are people who are trying to look for work and they can not get any because they need experience. How can anyone gain experience if no one will offer you the position?

Bill O’Reilly’s yearly salary could employ a 100 minimum wage workers for over 100 years.Apparently, all you have to do is take a shower and you will be sure to get a job.

Watch here. Please help to spread this informative video around.

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23 11 / 2011


“politicians will turn to the 99% for support-they can not live without lining their pockets”


“politicians will turn to the 99% for support-they can not live without lining their pockets”

23 11 / 2011

November 23, 2011

I have gathered together some info to help those who want to keep up with Human Rights issues, and also the Occupy Wall Street movement, feel free to share this post with everyone. - Thanks, Cynthia Yildirim

If you care about Human Rights, Internet Freedom, then join the Human Right Organizations mailing list on these sites to get emails with petitions to sign and also info on new causes.

  • EFF or Electronic Frontier Foundation - They are fighting for your Internet freedom, and to protect the Internet from censorship.
  • ACLU - American Civil Liberties Union - They fight to protect your civil rights, fight injustice, and to uphold the Constitution.
  • Amnesty International - They fight to prevent grave abuses of human rights internationally, help refugees, seek to end torture. Amnesty also fight for justice and the protection of human dignity.
  • Human Rights Foundation - They fight to protect human rights around the world, with a deep commitment to individual liberty. HRF believes that all nations must protect the freedom of it’s citizens.

For Information about the Occupy Wall Street Movement and to see videos, blog post, and photos, visit these:


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17 11 / 2011

As the marchers pass over Brooklyn Bridge, here is a summary of events so far today from The Guardian read more updates here. Watch the Live Video Feed here from Global Revolution.


• Thousands of Occupy Wall Street protesters are marching across the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, in an impressive display of support for the movement which was hit by an enforced eviction on Monday from its home in Zuccotti Park, New York. It marked the end of a day of protest that included some ugly flare-ups and more than 200 arrests. But most of the day passed off peacefully, in particular a large students’ rally at Union Square in mid-afternoon.

• Protesters failed in their bid to shut down the New York Stock Exchange. The opening bell was sounded at 9.30am as usual; outside, there were scuffles and arrests as marchers, who had gathered in Zuccotti Park at 7am, attempted to block access to Wall Street. 

• In Los Angeles, about 500 sympathizers marched downtown between the Bank of America tower and Wells Fargo Plaza, chanting, “Banks got bailed out, we got sold out!” More than two dozen people were arrested. Police arrested 21 demonstrators in Las Vegas, and 20 were led away in plastic handcuffs in Portland, Oregon, for sitting down on a bridge. At least a dozen were arrested in St. Louis after they sat down cross-legged and locked arms in an attempt to block a bridge over the Mississippi River.

7.06pm: Ryan Devereaux writes: A massive projection is being displayed on the Verizon building south of the Brooklyn Bridge. In a series of shots it reads, “We are the 99%, Look around, you are a part of a global uprising…We are unstoppable, another world is possible…We are a cry from the heart of the world…It is the beginning of the beginning.” The projection then goes on to display the names of occupations around the country in rapid-fire succession with the final name reading, “Occupy Earth.” With a chorus of honking cars in the background, the crowd erupts in cheers and reads the display in unison as they pass.

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17 11 / 2011

On November 17 at 7am #OccupyWallStreet will march on the NYSE. This Week at one of the largest General Assemblies ever, OWS called upon all of THE 99% movement to stand with them tomorrow in solidarity.

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