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OccupyArrests.com | http://www.occupyarrests.com Howard Zinn said that the problem in this country is not civil disobedience, it’s civil obedience. Since the Occupy movement emerged in New York City in September 2011, thousand of people have been arrested exercising their freedom of speech and assembly while participating in Occupy actions. The number continues to grow. This well organized site documents the arrests, where and when they happened, and links to published articles documenting them.
OCCUPY By Noam Chomsky Available in paperback and e-book editions ISBN: 978-1-884519-01-7 128 pages | $9.95 First edition published May 1, 2012 Occupy also features cover art by R. Black, photography by Alex Fradkin and Stanley Rogouski, and a “What To Do If You Get Arrested” guide for protestors written by The National Lawyers Guild. Preview the book here
Occupying Language The Secret Rendezvous with History and the Present By Marina Sitrin and Dario Azzellini Zuccotti Park Press | Occupied Media Pamphlet Series Publication date: Sept. 2012 | 120 pages E-Book | ISBN: 978-1-884519-19-2 Paperback | ISBN: 978-1-884519-09-3 | 120 pages | $10 "By occupying language, we can expose how educational, political, and social institutions use language to further marginalize oppressed groups; resist colonizing language practices that elevate certain languages over others; resist attempts to define people with terms rooted in negative stereotypes; and begin to reshape the public discourse about our communities, and about the central role of language in racism and discrimination. As the global Occupy movement has shown, words can move entire nations of people — even the world — to action.
Message To The Movement By Mumia Abu-Jamal Featuring the poem “Occupy Mumia’s Cell” by Alice Walker. Listen to Mumia read from the pamphlet. Reflecting on the meaning of struggle, education, imperialism, and his own involvement in radical social movements, revolutionary journalist and former Black Panther, Mumia Abu-Jamal, directly addresses the diverse community of organizers and activists who support and participate in the Occupy movement.
Taking Brooklyn Bridge By Stuart Leonard Taking Brooklyn Bridge is a poem about the struggle for liberty and the search for true democracy and redemption. Addressed to Walt Whitman and composed in the cadence and style of “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry,” the poem tells the story of the personal and political awakening experienced while participating in a march across the Brooklyn Bridge.