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Occupier Media Roundup for January 17th – January 19th

January 19, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: Showdown looms in Longview | nwLaborPress Daily Kos: Occupy San Diego:Arrested for Felony Conspiracy January 16th, 2012 – Portland Marches To Honor MLK Day « What They’re Feeding Me Occupy Nation Occupy Congress protests at Capitol
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 13th — 15th

January 15, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: The 1 Percent Paint a More Nuanced Portrait of the Rich – NYTimes.com Bank of America ATM — Social Design Notes Article: An Oral History of Occupy Wall Street | Politics | Vanity Fair
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 10th — January 12th

January 12, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: Article: Global unrest: how the revolution went viral | World news | The Guardian NBC Politics – ‘Tea and Occupy’ — a discussion/debate between members of the two movements naijablog: The Fuel Subsidy Removal Protests for Dummies Occupy Wall Street: Why Now? What’s Next? |...
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 8th through January 9th

January 9, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: Portland Marches To Save The Postal Service « What They’re Feeding Me Occupy Albany settles in, rents office space – WSJ.com Occupy D.C. gives way to romance – The Washington Post ‘Occupy Nigeria’ emerges ahead of mass strike – CSMonitor.com
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 7th through January 8th

January 8, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: Linguists name ‘occupy’ as 2011′s word of the year – CNN.com Jason Fitzgerald: Ask Not What Occupy Wall Street Will Do Next; Ask How We Will Change The Status Quo Raoul Vaneigem: What’s Free is the Absolute Weapon – Infoshop News ‘Wild Old Women’ Close...
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Occupier Media Roundup for January 4th through January 6th

January 6, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: My Student, the ‘Terrorist’ – The Chronicle Review – The Chronicle of Higher Education – H.R. 3166: Enemy Expatriation Act (GovTrack.us) – Sunday, January 8th: March To Save The USPS, Support Unions and Fight Privatization « What They’re Feeding Me – Occupy group says 1,600...
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Occupier Reading List for January 3rd through January 4th

January 4, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: After Iowa vote, questions mount about Occupy movement’s impact on presidential campaign – The BRAD BLOG : Occupying the Rose Parade’s TV Audience With Anything but Occupy Wall Street Marchers – Montana High Court Says ‘Citizens United’ Does Not Apply In Big Sky State |...
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Elsewhere in Occupy for December 31st – January 2nd

January 2, 2012

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: #Riot: Self-Organized, Hyper-Networked Revolts—Coming to a City Near You | Magazine – The writer of this article seems to favor the view that all large gatherings are mobs. What Americans Keep Ignoring About Finland’s School Success – Anu Partanen – National – The Atlantic –...
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Elsewhere in Occupy for December 28-30th

December 30, 2011

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: TO OCCUPY PORTLAND « occupymandolin –
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Elsewhere in Occupy for December 29th

December 29, 2011

Here’s what The Occupier thinks you should be reading: When The Thames Froze – Smith & Burrows | Music Video | VEVO –
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