Articles tagged occupy wall street

Minding the Gap of ‘The Great Divide’

Nobel-prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz examines the causes of economic inequality and proposes solutions in this compilation of essays.

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Violent Dreams of Peace from a Passionate Pair: ‘Sasha and Emma’

On trial in 1917, Alexander Berkman challenged the court: "Are you going to suppress free speech and liberty in this country, and still pretend that you love liberty so much that you will fight for it five thousand miles away?"

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Occupy Literature: New York from Melville to the Beats

Before Occupy Wall Street rattled the money merchants, Herman Melville and the Beats shook the city's foundation with gumption and glee.

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We’re All Don Quixote Now: The Betrayal of Tomorrow’s Artists

There are those who hate art, hate youth, and hate the poor. As the Occupy movement marks its one year anniversary, its protests have highlighted how a global recession is being used by to beat the creative dreams out of a betrayed generation.

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“Don’t Let Me Fall”: Hip-Hop in the Age of Austerity

Rappers have always wrestled with the question of how to succeed in a society where the odds are stacked against them. The biggest difference now is that their middle class listeners have the same worries.

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4 Nov 2011 // 1:35 PM

Occupy Wall Street, brought to you by social media

SAN JOSE, Calif. — This revolution is being Tweeted. Occupy Wall Street has spread around the country with keyboard-clicking quickness as participants tap into Twitter, Facebook

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Occupy Everywhere

The Occupy Wall Street and the 99% movements have gone viral. We are everywhere, indeed.

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2 Nov 2011 // 6:00 AM

20 Protest Songs for Today’s Occupy Everything

The Occupy Everything movement continues to grow and build strength. Here are 20 of the highlights from our 2007 protest songs series that remain as relevant as ever and could well be a soundtrack for our times.

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25 Oct 2011 // 10:00 PM

Tom Waits: Bad As Me

Bad As Me is a bracing, defiant attack against things as usual. Its clash and clatter are combative, but in the end -- and here's what throws the suits off -- utterly beautiful.

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Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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