Tag: Occupy Wall Street

“They knew what they were doing.” – Utica Police Department Escalates Campaign of Intimidation Against Utica Activists

by Brendan Maslauskas Dunn/Love and Rage A small group of people waited outside Utica’s Cornerstone Community Church the evening of Wednesday, November 16 for a scheduled activist meeting leading up to the Expect Resistance – Post Election Rally. The rally was planned weeks earlier to protest disastrous ongoing […]

What Became of Occupy Wall Street?

by Arun Gupta/Telesur Far from fizzling, the movement has a contested legacy that continues to shape the political landscape. One of the more puzzling aspects about Occupy Wall Street is not that there was a moment when millions of people hoped or feared it might overthrow the rule […]