As people think a bit more critically about what it means to “occupy” contested spaces that blur the public and the private and the boundaries between the 99% and the 1%, and as they also think through what Occupy Wall Street might do next, I would humbly suggest they check out the activism model of Project: No One Leaves. -- Idea for Making the Banks Really Mad: Occupy Foreclosed Homes (via @alexismadrigal)
On Playing by the Rules: The Strange Success of #OccupyWallStreet by david graeber / (@davidgraeber)
Once you’ve acknowledged that the occupation is an expression of free speech, how can you also claim the right to evict people from that space? -- Aaron Bady on Oakland's mayor and PD policy towards Occupy Oakland
& Tennessee is aiming to become a neo-police state, with a program "meant to urge every driver to call authorities if they see something suspicious." (via @ioerror)
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