Occupy Wall Street, A Love Affair


Doug Tarnopol assesses the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York City.

Meet Me In Occupy#St.Louis

Revolution Now!! Occupy STL Poster

This is a report from a friend in St.Louis, who wrote it as an email without having the idea of it being published; but since he said "do whatever you feel like doing with it", I'm putting it up. Particularly as nobody else has even mentioned St.Louis. It gives a good flavour of the contradictions and excitement of this small but volatile assembly.

"Occupy Wall Street": Why the struggle must go beyond occupation

A friendly critique of the "Occupy" movements which urges the protesters to question their assumptions.

Occupied Wall Street: Some Tactical Thoughts - Malcolm Harris

Malcolm Harris talks about some of the limitations he sees at the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York.

Occupy Wall Street: Noooo, Canada! - Aalya Ahmad

An article addressing the often jaded response from the radical left on the Occupy Wall Street movement.

IWW General Defense Committee Statement in Support of Occupy Wall Street

Solidarity statement from the General Defense Committee of the Industrial Workers of the World

Occupy Wall Street: The protest's movement

Wall Street Protests

Marianne LeNabat analyzes the Occupy Wall Street movement in Manhattan, New York.

Competition, bankruptcy, and the decline of the United Auto Workers

UAW retirees on the line

September 21st, 2011: The United Auto Workers and General Motors are wrapping up contract negotiations following their previous contract’s expiration on September 14th.

Occupy Wall Street protests: discussion and updates

Occupy Wall Street demonstrators march

Thread for discussion and updates on the occupation of Wall Street and the related occupations in other towns and cities across the US.

Here's why Washington longshore workers are so angry

A longshore worker faces off against police, 7 September

Violence erupted 7 September in a major labor dispute that has simmered for months at the Port of Longview, leading to work shutdowns at ports up and down the Washington coast. Why are members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) — and their supporters in Washington and Oregon — so upset about a grain terminal that employs just 50 workers?