Strategies for Change

OWS "Truth-Force" Obliterates New York Police Department Barricade with Gandhi power
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"I know that this uniform doesn't have a heart, but I do."
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Civil Society at Ground Zero: You Can Crush the Flowers, But You Can't Stop the Spring
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Five indicators that the OCCUPY Movement could be a major turn in history
Lessons from a fumbling-and-bungling lifetime of activism
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A movement built on the idea that everyone can speak for themselves is so broad in scope and so elemental in its motivation that it has flown over the heads of many on both the right and the left
States cannot, by their nature, ever truly be democratic. They are, after all, basically ways of organizing violence.

1. It names the source of the crisis. 2. It provides a clear vision of the world we want. 3. It sets...

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OWS and its progeny are creating a "rough and ready democracy" around the country
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The biggest obstacle the Occupy Movement is up against is not the 1%.
A joint Declaration on the socio-economic future of our communities and on public policy concerning co-operatives
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 There are many ways to take back your power in the terrain of the solidarity economy

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 If to change ourselves is to change our worlds, and the relation is reciprocal, then the project of history making is never a distant one but always right here, on the borders of our sensing, thinking, feeling, moving bodies.
--J.K. Gibson-Graham

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