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Article Troff documentOccupy at Two: How a Flawed and Fleeting Utopia Changed the World
Author Rebecca Solnit brings you back to the encampments of Occupy, and to the months that forged new friendships, changed the horizons of possibility, and terrified elites.
Located in People Power
ArticleBigger than Unions, Bigger than Wisconsin
How Americans across professions, religions, and states are uniting in opposition to Wisconsin's anti-union bill—and cultivating a movement that reaches far beyond the state border.
Located in People Power
ArticlePeople, Power, and Public Spaces
What the privatization of public spaces has to do with our likelihood of taking to the streets.
Located in People Power
ArticleWisconsin Awakens a Sleeping Giant
Workers across the country are demanding to know why corporations and the wealthy get bailouts and tax breaks while teachers and steel workers bear the burdens of budget crises.
Located in People Power
Article Wisconsin: The First Stop in An American Uprising?
It took a while, but protests in Wisconsin show that poor and middle class Americans are ready to push back against the policies and cuts that hurt them most. Madison may be only the beginning.
Located in YES! Blogs
ArticleWhy Every American Should Care About Wisconsin
The debate in Wisconsin doesn't just apply to union members and public workers—it applies to every American who cares about our fundamental rights as citizens.
Located in New Economy
ArticleVideo: Holding the Wisconsin Capitol
What happened inside the Wisconsin capitol when protesters were told they'd have to leave.
Located in People Power
ArticleDear Glenn Beck: It’s Not Conspiracy, It’s Courage
Glenn Beck thinks the spread of anti-corporate protests is a little too convenient. But this is what happens when ordinary people discover their power.
Located in YES! Blogs / Sarah van Gelder
ArticleMahlon Mitchell: The Middle Class Needs to Stick Together
Firefighters weren't directly included in the anti-union bill that sparked the protests in Madison. Lieutenant Mahlon Mitchell on why they're taking to the streets, anyway.
Located in New Economy