We have nothing to lose but our chains.Read More
Join us as delegates tear up thier DNC Credentials one by one and exchange them for People's Credentials.Read More
Our peaceful presence in this beautiful park will help us strengthen our networks to each other and build political power beyond the campaign of Bernie Sanders.Read More
Be a chapter in our people's history, do not settle as a footnote in theirs.Read More
Are you ready to change the world?Read More
Unicorn Riot launched a modest Spring Fundraising Drive. This fundraising drive will end TODAY at midnight. Support independent media that shines light on shadows.Read More
How a local woman is transforming her neighborhood from blight to beauty.Read More
We are already living in crisis mode. We understand that while the candidates differ in significant ways, both Clinton and Trump offer unthinkable options whether cutting services, limiting our rights, and inciting hatred or promoting an increasingly pro-corporate agenda, destroying our planet, or sending our children to endless warRead More
A team of engineers, activists, futurists, artists, urban farmers and their nationwide allies will break ground on a new sustainable eco-village developmentRead More
Watch as gulf coast residents speak out 6 years after the oil spill. Via @TheRisingFilmRead More
Bernie has conclusively demonstrated that it is possible to raise the resources needed to run a strong political campaign without begging billionaires for donations.Read More
1. Call customer support 800-837-4966 if you have an issue with your service
2. Call 516-965-1645 and say why you support workers on strike at Verizon
3. Join an action near you at standuptoverizon.com
Join us in Brooklyn to rally around the possibilities of a political revolution.Read More
Help us publish The Battle of New York, a newspaper to be distributed in New York the week before the April 19 primary.Read More
On war.Read More
A public statement from #TeamStNYCRead More
Purchase a commemorative Occupy Portrait – all original, signed artist proofs – to benefit Detroit & Flint movement organizing!Read More
The people of Flint have been poisoned by their government. For two years, the water coming out of their taps and showerheads has been laced with lead that leached off of old pipes when dirty water ran through it from the polluted Flint River. The state officials in charge of the city, which was under “emergency management” and being starved to the verge of bankruptcy, knew about it and didn’t tell the residents. Instead, they quietly trucked their own clean water into state buildings. Straight criminal!
Over the past months, occupiers from Detroit, NYC and beyond have been visiting Flint to provide mutual aid and amplify local demands. Next month, though, we are planning an even bigger response – but we need your help to make it happen.
The funds raised by our non-profit partners at Detroit Workers & Builders will go towards amplifying local demands by hiring local organizers from Detroit and Flint and mobilizing busloads of occupiers from across the country for the March 5-6 weekend Democratic Presidential Debate in Flint.
We won't leave Flint behind.
We won't let Michigan's governor get away with this and his many disastrous urban policies that hurt poor and black people.
Flint and their mayor are in outright revolt against poverty and extremist Tea Party Republican policies. We will rise up with Flint!
The OccupyWallStNYC Team
PS - Are you in Brooklyn? Come out and join us on Thursday, February 25th from 6-9pm at Sugar Hill Lounge in Bed-Stuy for a Detroit-Flint benefit event.
Kai Newkirk, an activist with Occupy offshoot 99Rise, stood up at last night's GOP Debate in Las Vegas and delivered a powerful message:
Learn more about 99Rise on their website, and sign up to be part of #DemocracySpring!
'We are the 99%, in all of our tremendous diversity. We are the students and young people, the homeowners, the workers, the families, the immigrants, the seniors and retirees, and every other American sick of seeing their democracy serve only the interests of the 1%. United by a common vision, a common strategy, and a set of simple, clear guidelines, we work together in a decentralized movement where every community is empowered to take independent, creative action and every member is encouraged to develop as a leader.'