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Barbara Ehrenreich speaks in Freedom Plaza prior to the march to Key Bridge for the day of action on jobs and infratsructure.
On Nov. 17, occupiers of Freedom Plaza delivered copies of the "99%'s Deficit Proposal" to each of the members of the Super Committee.
To Shift Power to the People We Must Weaken the Pillars that Hold the Status Quo in Place
On Saturday, November 26, we held an open community discussion in Freedom Plaza. Initially planned as a way to build community amongst those living here on the plaza, many people from the surrounding community joined us and so the discussion moved into a broader exploration of what kind of world we wish to create and how we can get there.
On Black Friday, the occupiers of Freedom Plaza held a free store and invited the community in to 'shop.' A free store is one way to provide holiday gifts without promoting consumerism.
We also decided to spread the word off of Freedom Plaza, so a group pf us traveled to a local mall.
The walkers from Occupy the Highway arrive in DC after stops in Philadelphia and Baltimore . . .
The Occupy Movement is an independent movement looking for radical transformation of the political process in the United States so that Wall Street no longer runs the government and economy; and our resources are used to meet human needs and environmental protection rather than being used to funnel wealth to the top 1%.
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