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.
What are the implications of a social movement that has come to understand Wall Street’s financial magic?
The debt resisters of Occupy Wall Street mobilize arts, education, and media for a “People’s Bailout.”
Chris Kasper hadn’t realized how much shame he felt for being in debt until he stood up in public and spoke about it. As much of Occupy’s energy flows into debt resistance, many more people are doing the same.
Photo essay: Inspired by the public protests of Egypt, Tunisia, and Spain, American demonstrators are nearly a week into their "occupation" of Wall Street.
10 years on, the Bush tax cuts are a disaster—and we’re contemplating more tax breaks for the wealthy. How can we stop the madness?
Corporations are dodging taxes, governments are cutting social services, and Americans are fed up. How they're fighting back.
How the movement for workers’ rights can harness the energy of the present moment.
Grace Lee Boggs on what it will take to make the protests in Wisconsin and elsewhere truly transformative.
Amy Goodman and Naomi Klein on how Americans across the country are resisting the shock doctrine.
As Wisconsin’s attack on workers spreads to other states, so does the historic uprising that began in Madison.
In a controversial move, Republicans maneuvered the passage of Wisconsin’s assault on collective bargaining after three weeks of protests. How’d they do it, and what happens next?
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.
An answer to state budget woes that doesn’t need to involve sacrificing workers’ rights.
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.