The coalition was set to deliver more than 200,000 signatures to the White House, Department of Homeland Security and Department of Justice, calling for transparency and justice in police killings.
Thank you for considering a donation to occupy.com.
The core costs are website development, hosting, office and supplies, and keeping our small team housed and fed. There’s a group of us working on this full time. Some of us can afford to do it as volunteers. Others of us rely solely on the kindness of strangers
Our organization is Occupy.com, Inc., a non-profit corporation. We’re currently awaiting our tax-exempt, 501(c)3 status. In the meantime, assume that your donation isn’t tax-deductible. But it’s certainly good karma.
Please use the form below to make a one time donation, any amount you can give will help!
Divestment is less about denying fossil fuel companies the financial resources to operate – it's more about denying them reputation, legitimacy and “social license.”
Americans greatly underestimate the degree of inequality in our country – and if we were given proper media coverage of the endless takeaway of wealth by the super rich, we'd be taking it personally.
Wealthy people are often so isolated from the rest of us, many of them have forgotten how rich they really are.
Florida has the highest foreclosure rate in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2014, and also has a "foreclosure king" who is now disbarred for his failure to oversee employees accused of carrying out wrongful foreclosures.
Drug and device makers paid doctors $380 million in speaking and consulting fees over a five-month period last year – and saw a healthy return on their investment.
As of September 19, 181 institutions and local governments and 656 individuals representing over $50 billion in assets have pledged to divest from fossil fuels.
Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE) is a grassroots group taking the lead to combat systemic racism and build a people's economy in St. Louis.
Punishing local cuts are leaving communities up in arms as the removal of vital school road patrol service – known as the lollipop ladies – could go into effect.
The new 40-page report published by Oxfam International also said the global fossil fuel sector now receives $1.9 trillion in subsidies each year.
On Sunday, hundreds of people milled around a protest site in the gentrifying, densely-populated district Mong Kok, manning aid stations and sitting in small circles on the pavement.
Some critics say that the "militarization of the police" is happening right in front of our eyes – but if the Founding Fathers were so worried about a threat of domestic tyranny, how did we get here?
Not simply individual guards should answer for this tragedy – but the leaders of private security companies and the governments that employ them must also be held to account.
More than 110 students were reportedly arrested by the military-backed authorities during the first days of the new academic year.