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They’ve endured rain, snow and a troubling scarcity of toilets. But now, Occupy London protesters outside St. Paul’s Cathedral may finally have to pack up their tents.
The 100-tent encampment, the longest-lasting of the global …
From Oakland to London, a series of clashes over the weekend have pushed the Occupy movement into the public eye once again.
On Wednesday afternoon in London, high court judge Justice Lindblom handed down the decision in the eviction case brought by the City of London against the Occupy protesters. The verdict was bad news for the protesters: the tents …
Moving beyond issues like income inequality, protesters are railing against the National Defense Authorization Act and supporting Nigeria’s own “Occupy” movement.
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The Occupy Wall Street protestors may have believed they were making history, but not even the most optimistic among them could have guessed their story would be taught in classrooms so soon. New York University, located just two …
More than 100 protesters crashed the set of an Occupy Wall Street-themed Law & Order: Special Victims Unit set last night.