InterOccupy is in the News.

Occupations in winter. Protesters nationwide link up through large-scale conference calls and plan what’s next. BY JUSTIN ELLIOTT Local occupations around the country are linking up through frequent, massive conference calls, tightening what is now an extremely loose national network that operates under the Occupy banner into a more focused force. The effort, now known as … Continue reading

Occupy Portland: A video that tells the larger Occupy Movement story so well.

This is a clear and compelling depiction of the core reason for  and the core spirit of the Occupy Movement.  This is really good.  If you have friends that don’t quite get it, share this good video with them.  Enjoy.  Walt   Why Occupy Portland? from Softbox on Vimeo.

Occupy Your Living / Dining Room Anyone? Living-room Conversations program Phase 2 is Launched. Changing the Game was a Co-creator.

Here I’m sharing something very dear to me .  I am a co-creator of the Living Room Conversations described below.  This is a great  piece of work and I’ feeling proud of the team at Changing The Game and everybody else who helped shape and test the process.  The next phase of LRC  has been … Continue reading

David Graeber, Occupy Wall Street’s anarchist roots. The ‘Occupy’ movement is one of several in American history to be based on anarchist principles.

Occupy Wall Street’s anarchist roots   The ‘Occupy’ movement is one of several in American history to be based on anarchist principles. David Graeber Last Modified: 30 Nov 2011 07:06 http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2011/11/2011112872835904508.html The ‘Occupy’ movement is ‘a genuine attempt to create the institutions of a new society in the shell of the old’ [AFP] New York, NY – Almost every … Continue reading

Burning Man meets Occupy Wall Street. “Bat-Signal” projections during Brooklyn Bridge #N17 march. Very cool.

This is very cool. Tens of thousands of Occupy Wall Street protesters marched throughout New York City, manymaking their way on to the Brooklyn Bridge, carrying LED candles and chanting. As Occupiers took the bridge in a seemingly endless sea of people, words in light appeared projected on the iconic Verizon Building nearby: “99% / MIC … Continue reading

Public Release of the Declaration of the Occupation of Washington DC (a document from Occupy DC). November 17th, 2011

  Friends and Comrades, After a tremendous day on Wall Street and around the globe, we felt it was time to release this document. We wanted our comrades to be the first to know in hopes that it inspires you in your own declarations. It was a long hard process to write a document by … Continue reading