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5 protests spurred by social media

Protests do not only happen on the street. Today, many social movements on the ground are accompanied by movements online. Smartphones, the internet, and social media have created platforms for movements to organise, spread awareness, and fight back against mainstream media reporting. 997 more words


Occupy Hong Kong 2014

A two-part series providing snapshots of Occupy Hong Kong at different points in time and in the movement’s development. Published on War News Radio.

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On Young and Precariat Workers

Above photo taken by Mary Finch

Below is an editted version of my contribution to the discussion on British Perspectives at the Socialist Party’s March 2017 National Congress: 815 more words

Socialist Party

Bartleby the Scrivener

Bartleby the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Street is a short story by Herman Melville¬†(author of “Moby Dick”)¬†published in 1853.

The story is told by a narrator who is a lawyer and employs Bartleby as a copyist. 490 more words

Jaffe Response 2- Occupy/BLM

Both Black Lives Matter and Occupy utilized the internet and social media at what I would say is the best ever yet. These two movements took over everyone’s social media even Occupy when I was still in high school. 581 more words

Guest Article: Fritjof Capra - The Spirituality of Change-Makers and the Global Civil Society

In this article Fritjof Capra discusses the way in which change-makers around the world are inspiring paradigm-level changes in civilization and the spiritual dimensions of the shift into a more conscious, purposeful and meaningful economic ethos. 884 more words

Fritjof Capra