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The Twitter #Revolution // #DIGC202

With the emergence of such sites as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube within the past decade, the ways that protests (peaceful or not) have been organised and participated in has been revolutionised. 295 more words


Graphic Advocacy

If you are anything like me, you are wondering, “But what exactly does advocacy mean?” Advocacy is defined as “the public support for or recommendation of a particular cause or policy.” 186 more words

Post-Occupy: Another Way to Do Unions

“Oakland, by acting on the premise that they have a moral right to strategic workplaces in the economy, has emerged as a leader in the Occupy movement.

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Social Darwinists & Conservative Capitalists are Fucking Idiots, here is why...

Yes, there will always be a few pieces of shit at the bottom of society but if we are all at the bottom despite doing everything we were supposed to, something smells rotten in the state of Denmark. 47 more words


My first experience with The New York Post was awesome, believe it or not.

Believe it or not,  my first experience with The New York Post was amazing. I started going to the Occupy Wallstreet Protests during the  media blackout, yet the internet was exploding, reporting on this. 651 more words

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Twitter introduces Periscope, their very own livestream app!

If you’ve been living under a rock (and apparently I have), Twitter recently launched their own livestream and video app Periscope. This thing is awesome. The ways people are ALREADY using it are incredible!!!! 409 more words


Confronting Housing Justice Directly: Interview With Noam Chomsky on Housing Justice, Occupy, and Direct Action

As a commentator, educator, public intellectual, and one of the best-known anarchist voices in the U.S., Noam Chomsky has become a defining perspective as social movements develop. 3,204 more words

Housing Justice