This blog post by Joel Olson, on "Whiteness and the 99%" begins to raise some of the issues that pertain not only to the #OWS movement, but what any progressive urbanism needs to acknowledge and deal with. I wonder if there are further posts that deal with gender issues at #OWS and beyond as well.
Meanwhile, from Mike Davis (who, by the way, compares #OWS to the film They Live): Third, keep our eyes on the real prize. The great issue is not raising taxes on the rich or achieving a better regulation of banks. It’s economic democracy: the right of ordinary people to make macro-decisions about social investment, interest rates, capital flows, job creation, and global warming. If the debate isn’t about economic power, it’s irrelevant.
Plus, for those pining to get closer to their inner Bentham, they can check out this video game (*shakes head*):
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