This video from the USA says about itself:
Daniel Denvir (Philadelphia City Paper, Salon.com) on MSNBC with Tamron Hall discussing day one of Occupy Philly on 10/6.
US Feature: Occupy Wall Street and “A Possible Seismic Shift” in Politics: here.
We, the 99 Percent, Demand the End of the Wars Now. Robert Naiman, Truthout: “After ten years of war, now is a perfect time to act to end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan…. A Congressional ‘supercommittee’ is charged with coming up with $1.5 trillion in reduced debt over ten years, and the wars and the bloated Pentagon budget dangle before the supercommittee like overripe fruit…. A key lesson from Iraq for Afghanistan is this: we can force the Pentagon to eat a timetable for military withdrawal, and once we’ve forced them to eat it, we have the ability to force them to keep it down”: here.
An Interview With Henry Giroux: Youth Movement in a Culture of Hopelessness. Jesse Strauss, Al Jazeera English: “Al Jazeera spoke with Henry Giroux about how young people have been culturally alienated by the political and economic systems of the country widely regarded as the example of democracy, and why the ‘Occupy’ movement needs to stay focused on youth”: here.
Elizabeth Warren: “The People on Wall Street Broke This Country”: here.