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OWS Screenprinting: Markets, Commons, and Questions, Part I

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York This past week, the OWS Screenprinters Cooperative had a table set up at Hunter College’s Women’s Day Fair, screenprinting and selling tee-shirts, … Continue reading

21 March 2012 · 4 Comments

Occupy Wall Street and ‘Occupation’

by Kareem Rabie, City University of New York One of the first critiques of OWS from the left has come from Indigenous activists, Palestine solidarity workers, and others questioning the … Continue reading

13 February 2012 · 3 Comments

Cops and the 99%, Part II: Cops, scabs, and the 99%

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York As promised, here’s my follow-up, a somewhat more opinionated take on the relationship between cops and the 99%. Scabs are paid to … Continue reading

20 January 2012 · 1 Comment

Cops and the 99%, Part I: Who do you serve? Who do you protect?

by Jesse Goldstein, City University of New York Last night I went to a meeting at the Occupied Office, which is on the 12th floor of a union owned building … Continue reading

11 January 2012 · 4 Comments

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