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FarmDrop and Open Food Network stress the desire to create positive, systemic social change that disrupts the existing dominance of supermarket provision of food.

Republicans are arguing that Wall Street should have the constitutional right to influence politicians and the investment decisions those politicians make on behalf of pension funds and pensioners.

As the outrage in Ferguson takes on new forms and becomes less openly confrontational, the shooting of Michael Brown has started a nationwide dialogue about race, class and American law enforcement.

The vote on Independence is a moment of unprecedented possibility for Scotland to peacefully reject the U.K.'s failed neoliberal agenda.

Grassroots organizations that once made American democracy strong plummeted in the Reagan era – when political parties stopped representing the views of constituents and turned instead to money.

Charlie Hardy, the 75-year-old former Catholic priest now running for Senate, wants to halt NSA spying on ordinary citizens and overturn Citizens United with a Constitutional amendment.

Posted 6 days 19 hours ago

If we want a healthy society that follows its laws and applies them equally to everyone, we must demand a full investigation and criminal prosecutions for everyone involved in the mortgage backed securities fiasco.

Posted 4 days 10 hours ago

The vote on Independence is a moment of unprecedented possibility for Scotland to peacefully reject the U.K.'s failed neoliberal agenda.

Posted 3 days 15 hours ago

From clashes during the Occupy movement to violence this month in Ferguson, Mo., researchers say protests get ugly when officers use aggressive tactics, dress in riot gear and line up like military.

Posted 6 days 19 hours ago

FarmDrop and Open Food Network stress the desire to create positive, systemic social change that disrupts the existing dominance of supermarket provision of food.

Posted 3 days 15 hours ago

One of the beautiful things about this decentralized, non-hierarchical effort is that it is impossible for anyone to predict what will happen.

To show solidarity in the weeks since protesters flooded Gezi Park in Istanbul, Berlin's Turkish population has been marching, demonstrating and sitting-in to protest a government they feel is aiming to sever democratic rights in their homeland.

Rejecting Foreclosure in Minnesota

Occupy Homes helped an Air Force veteran and his wife stave off foreclosure by U.S. Bank, which refused to modify the terms of their mortgage.

One week after Brazilian animal rights activists in São Paulo State occupied a testing laboratory and stimulated nationwide discussion about the right to conduct torturous tests on animals, they won a 60-day suspension of the institute.

Debtor Nation: The Financial War Against the Economy At Large

The weapon in today's financial warfare is no larger military force, but a tactic to load economies (governments, companies and families) with debt, siphon off their income as debt service, then foreclose when debtors lack the means to pay.

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