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Defining Occupy Wall Street

URL = http://occupywallst.org/ Wikipedia

See also:

  1. FAQ by the Nation: http://www.thenation.com/article/163719/occupy-wall-street-faq
  2. Eleven ways to support the movement
  3. More information in the individual entry on Occupy Wall Street
  4. Timeline: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_Occupy_Wall_Street


Intro: The Occupy Wall Street API ; How To Occupy

  1. Assembly ; General Assembly & General Assembly Guide ; People's Assembly & Popular Assembly ; General Assembly Process Guide‎
  2. Collective Thinking
  3. Consensus ; Consensus Decision-Making ; Video: Consensus Methodology at Occupy Wall Street
  4. Consensus_Hand_Signals
  5. Human Microphone System
  6. Protest Camp, How-To by Willie Osterweil
  7. Spokes Council; see: Occupy Wall Street Spokes Council‎
  8. Working Groups: Occupy Wall Street Operations Groups‎ ; Occupy Wall Street Movement Groups

See also:

  1. Suggestions for P2P Governance Techniques (By Alpha Lo)
  2. Structure of New York City General Assembly

Organizational Resources

Internet Presence

  1. The daily Occupations Report
  2. The NYC General Assembly leads the direct democratic process in Liberty Square. Website
  3. OccupyWallSt.org is a primary source of information from Liberty Square.
  4. OccupyWeb is a 'river of news' (RSS) on the various Occupy movements ; Occupy Together Meetups
  5. Adbusters Diary: day by day ..
  6. Media: Occupy the Airwaves

Ongoing coverage also at:

  1. http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/?s=%23OccupyWallStreet
  2. http://www.diigo.com/user/mbauwens/%23Occupywallstreet

Working Groups

The GA consists of a number of working groups that act autonomously to organize events, engage in project and present proposals to the GA, where they can be acted upon.


Occupy Wall Street with Revolutionary Stunts!

Tools and Technologies

Key Resources

Ongoing coverage also at:

  1. http://blog.p2pfoundation.net/?s=%23OccupyWallStreet
  2. http://www.diigo.com/user/mbauwens/%23Occupywallstreet

Key Texts and Articles



  1. Michel Bauwens: P2P and #OccupyWallStreet: It’s not just technology, it’s the people
  2. McKenzie Wark: #OccupyWallStreet as an Occupation, not a Movement
  3. McKenzie Wark on how #OccupyWallStreet re-introduces “The Political” where none existed before
  4. Naomi Wolf: #OccupyWallStreet as the first mass movement of global consciousness
  5. Micah Sifry reflects on a analysis by Andrew Boyd: Why does #OccupyWallStreet succeed and endure where previous movements failed?
  6. Chris Hedges on the significance of #OccupyWallStreet: tinkering with the corporate state is no longer sufficient
  7. The anthropology of horizontalism at #OccupyWallStreet
  8. Michael Gurstein: rethinking the linkage between online and offline through the #OccupyWallStreet mobilizations
  9. Tim Rayner on the characteristics of #OccupyWallStreet as a swarm movement
  10. Gideon Rosenblatt and Lawrence Lessig: What to think of the framing of the #OccupyWallStreet movement as a ‘Tea Party of the Left’?
  11. Scott Timberg: Behind the #OccupyWallStreet mobilizations: the fading of the creative class
  12. Naomi Klein; Jimmy Higgins: Three conclusions on the global importance of #OccupyWallStreet
  13. How the Occupy movement is already changing everything. by: Sarah van Gelder, David Korten and Steve Piersanti

See also:

  1. Dennis Kucinich and Chris Hedges on the Reasons for the 99 Percent Movement
  2. Naomi Klein on the Context for OccupyWallStreet
  3. Slavoj Zizek on Occupy Wall Street


  1. How the privatization of the public sphere criminalizes/encloses the #OccupyWallStreet protest commons
  2. David Harvey: #OccupyWallStreet as a political commons


  1. An account of conflict (resolution) at the #OccupyWallStreet New York camp
  2. Consensus Hand Signals and the Human Microphone at the #OccupyWallStreet Protest Camps
  3. John Robb on Real Open Source Leadership at #OccupyWallStreet
  4. A critique of the #OccupyWallStreet tactics: Leaderlessness does not mean a lack of direction
  5. Chris Corrigan; John Robb ; Naomi Klein: The governance and leadership mechanisms of the open source #OccupyWallStreet protest
  6. The New York City “General Assembly” at #OccupyWallStreet: what’s the process

See also:

  1. Leadership at Open Source Protests
  2. Self-Governance and Mutual Aid at Occupy Wall Street
  3. Provisioning and Direct Democracy Infrastructures at Occupy Wall Street


  1. The intellectual heritage and foundation to #OccupyWallStreet: the Madagascar connection

See also:

  1. Hashtag History of Occupy Wall Street
  2. Argentine Assembly Movement ; Disappearance of the Neighborhood Assembly Movement in Buenos Aires


  1. The “one demand”: Robert Steele’s powerful proposal to the #OccupyWallStreet Electoral Reform Committee
  2. Carol Schachet: 5 Values to Profess Beyond the #OccupyWallStreet Protest
  3. The Declaration of Economic Democracy: 6 proposed demands for the #OccupyWallStreet Movement
  4. Michael Hudson on #OccupyWallStreet: “Wall Street has become a Criminal Organization.”

See also:

  1. Analysis of Financial Terrorism in America
  2. David DeGraw's Proposals for Common Ground for the 99 Percent Movement
  3. David E. McClean: 50 Proposals for Reform and Reclamation [1]


See the video: Provisioning and Direct Democracy Infrastructures at Occupy Wall Street


  1. Feed the Movement


  1. FreedomTower
  2. Occupy Filmmakers
  3. Occupy Writers‎‎


  1. Matthew Slater: Does #OccupyWallStreet need an alternative ‘protest’ currency?

See also:

  1. OWS Currency

Repression / Policing

  1. The Brooklyn Bridge case: how the police adapts to leaderless resistance


  1. Lessons for #OccupyWallStreet: Why Did the Neighborhood Assembly Movement in Argentina Disappear?
  2. Tim Gee on Building Counterpower: are there lessons for #OccupyWallStreet?
  3. Tactical and Strategic reflections on #OccupyWallStreet: is it wise to only use peaceful protest tactics?
  4. Randy Shaw:The tactical and strategic innovation of the #OccupyWallStreet Movement
  5. Peter Marcuse: Are Non-Reformist Reforms the way forward for #Occupywallstreet ?
  6. A critique of the #OccupyWallStreet tactics: Leaderlessness does not mean a lack of direction
  7. Matthew Slater: Does #OccupyWallStreet need an alternative ‘protest’ currency?

See also:

  1. Mobile Tactics for Participants in Peaceful Assemblies
  2. Ralph Nader at Occupy Washington
  3. Ralph Nader, Ron Paul, Kucinich and Chomsky on Left-Right Convergence Against Corporatism


  1. Video: Charles Eisenstein talks Re-Envisioning Money to #OccupyWallStreet
  2. Video: Arthur Brock and Eric Harris-Braun on the Metacurrency Project
  3. Video: Juliet Schor Talks on the Plenitude of the Commons Economy at Occupy Wall Street
  4. Video: William Black Occupy LA Teach In on the Meltdown, Financial Crime, and Economics
  5. Video: Ellen Brown Occupy LA Teach In on Money and Banking


  1. People’s University - NYC‎

Key Books

  1. Counterpower

Key Media

  1. Global Revolution TV
  2. Occupations Report
  3. Occupy Archive Project
  4. Occupy Ideas
  5. Occupy Research
  6. Occupy Wall Street Media
  7. Occupy the Airwaves

See also:

  1. Occupy Filmmakers‎
  2. Occupy Writers‎‎

Key Movements

  1. AmpedStatus Network
  2. Feed the Movement
  3. Occupy Homes ; Video: Monique White and Nick Espinosa on the Occupy Homes Movement
  4. Occupy the Banks
  5. Occupy Together
  6. Occupy Wall Street
  7. US Day of Rage
  8. Yes We Camp

Key Videos


  1. A potpourri of #OccupyWallStreet Videos (3)
  2. A potpourri of videos on #OccupyWallStreet (2)
  3. A potpourri of #occupywallstreet videos

Pages in category "OccupyWallStreet"

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