Tag: Occupy Wall Street
Thoughts for the second anniversary of Occupy Wall Street.
The Pratt Manhattan Gallery showcases design that’s meant to disrupt.
How today’s income inequality renders Americans more polarized than ever before.
Creative resistance, via public art, in an age of pessimism and a city of commerce.
Protestors in Istanbul are settling in to Gezi park, where the demonstrations across Turkey began.
The case for hope, continued.
Anti-austerity protests in Portugal highlight a complex culture, at once nativist and transnational.
Occupy Wall Street staged a rebellion against corporate corruption and economic inequality in Manhattan’s parks and streets, but the battle for the city began with nineteenth century electrification of Broadway.
It’s the first anniversary of the Occupy movement, and there is much to look forward to.
The two visual artists on the gravitas needed to make protest art, the rhetoric and representations of the Occupy movement, and how to seduce an audience by grabbing them by the eyeballs.
Despite a recent loss at the ballot box, the fight is far from over for unions in Wisconsin.
Tales from May Day’s demonstrations.
Rebecca Solnit and David Graeber on anarchism as a problem-solving tool, the return of debtors’ prisons, and why communism is ingrained in capitalism
Is the anti-Occupy law fundamentally un-American?