Occupy Wall Street continues

Occupy Albany: “Let’s Start” from Bhawin Suchak on Vimeo.

USA: On Saturday October 29, Occupy Albany protestors, who have been encamped in downtown Albany’s Academy Park across from the State Capitol for over a week, held a number of activities, including a “People’s Speak Out,” during which anyone who wished to could address the gathering: here.

Occupy movement continues in upstate New York: here.

Occupy Wall Street organizing underway in La Crosse, Wisconsin: here.

Occupy Nashville: Tennessee Officials Agree To Stop Arresting Protesters: here.

Occupy Oakland activists and their allies in the US labour movement are set to kick off a strike backed by a campaign of direct action tomorrow that is expected to shut down the fifth-busiest shipping container port in the US: here.

Occupy Oakland’s call for a general strike on 2 November has transformed the political climate in the San Francisco Bay Area: here.

Police order end to occupation in Perth, Western Australia: here.

Occupy London Feature: The Crisis Grows for the Church of England: here.

London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral suspends legal action against #Occupy protest: here.

Anti-greed activists in London celebrated today as both St Paul’s and the City of London Corporation scrapped their plans to break up the protest camp on the cathedral’s steps: here.

A new report by the International Labour Organization warns of a disastrous global jobs situation and a “vicious cycle” sending the world economy into a new downturn: here.

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  1. Pingback: Occupy Wall Street and beyond | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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