Unless the current trend of rising inequality is checked, the richest 1% will overtake the 99% next year.
Amidst the reluctant media coverage of Idle No More exists a particularly irritating contradiction that centres on how wealth and inequality are examined.
Sarah van Gelder
Published in 2011, shortly after the Occupy movement began, This Changes Everything was published offering insights for the many already involved.
Apr 15, 2012 to Apr 16, 2012
Sala Caboto, Villa Colombo
40 Playfair AvenueM6B 2P9 Toronto , ON
Canada43° 42' 37.224" N, 79° 27' 23.7852" W
Progressive “Annual Third Seyder” links the liberation struggle from slavery to “Liberation for the 99%”.
I have to admit that lately I've been thinking maybe some of us in the 99 per cent have been just a teensy bit unfair.
Journalists for Human Rights
jhr U.S. correspondent Joey Grihalva reports on the Occupy movement in cities all over the country and finds out what's being planned in the coming days and weeks for the 99 per cent.
Nov 28, 2011
Sheraton Centre Hotel
123 Queen Street West City Hall Room, second floor, Sheraton Centre Hotel, across from Toronto City HallToronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 3.51" N, 79° 23' 3.0444" W
Public forum on the state of labour in 2011
From gross production to human well-being: We can prepare for an alternative to capitalism by mobilizing in communities and workplaces, and participating in political action for changes and reform.
Pete Seeger marched down Broadway to Occupy Columbus Circle in solidarity for Occupy Wall Street.