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#whilewewatch Dissident Voice Occupy | About This Campaign: Uprisings are occurring all over the world as people become more and more disempowered and angry. The Arab Spring ignited a fire of hope for nonviolent revolution in a lot of US citizens. Occupy Wall Street, initially ignored, ridiculed or dismissed by mainstream media outlets, has in turn helped spawn the #Occupy movement in over 500 US cities! We believe it is up to us, common people everywhere, to create sustainable and sustaining ways to live and co-exist in our world – those in power are not going to do it for us. The gap between the rulers and the ruled, between elites and the majority of the world’s citizens, has become an untenable divide – even in allegedly democratic nations.This is not acceptable. It will take time, patience, and incredible determination. But first – we need to put world leaders on notice. This is OUR Spring. When you submit your Occupy video: If you wish you can submit a very simple video message.

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The Occupy.Network OccupyStream - All Occupy Wall Street Streams and IRC - Live Revolution Occupy Wall Street Cell Phone Guide for Occupy Wall Street Protesters (and Everyone Else) Occupy Wall Street has called for a global day of action on October 15, and protesters are mobilizing all over the world. In the United States, the Occupy Wall Street movement has already spawned sizeable protests in New York, Washington DC, Boston, Seattle, San Francisco, Oakland, Austin, and other cities. Several of these movements have faced opposition from their local police departments, including mass arrests. Protesters of all political persuasions are increasingly documenting their protests -- and encounters with the police -- using electronic devices like cameras and cell phones. 1. Think carefully about what’s on your phone before bringing it to a protest. Password-protect your phone - and consider encryption options. Back up the data on your phone. 2. Maintain control over your phone. Consider taking pictures and video. 3. Remember that you have a right to remain silent -- about your phone and anything else. 4.

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