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It's time for all student debtors to get relief from their crushing burden. The loans became available when the banks holding defaulted loans put the bad loans up for sale. Once purchased, the group chose to forgive the loans. The funds to purchase the loans came from donations to the Rolling Jubilee Fund , part of the Occupy Student Debt program.
Strike Debt, and a successor organization, The Debt Collective , were active in organizing the Corinthian students who struck against Corinthian college, a for-profit school that was shut down by the U. Department of Education. Occupy the SEC came together during the occupation.
They first attracted attention in when they submitted a page comment letter on the Volcker Rule portion of Dodd Frank. This group rebranded itself as Occupy the Future in because their discussions had drifted to topics less directly related to banking. Commentators describe Occupy Wall Street as having influenced the fast food worker strikes.
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Occupy Wall Street (OWS) was a protest movement that began on September 17, , in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City's Wall Street financial district. The following is a brief timeline of Occupy Wall Street (OWS), a protest which began on September 17, on Wall Street, the financial district of New York City.
December Learn how and when to remove this template message. Main article: The People's Library. Main article: Timeline of Occupy Wall Street. Main article: Reactions to Occupy Wall Street. See also: Occupy movement and Occupy movement in the United States. Graeber, his companions and others went off on their own to begin their own assembly. Eventually both factions came together. Matt Sledge of the Huffington Post writes: "As the meetings evolved, they became forums for people to air their grievances. New Internationalist Magazine Archived from the original on November 2, Retrieved July 12, Fox News Channel.
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Archived from the original on December 24, Archived from the original on October 18, Retrieved November 24, Bibcode : PLoSO Much of the tactics, rhetoric and imagery deployed by protesters has clearly been inspired by this year's political upheavals in the Middle East November 21, A relatively small gathering of young anarchists and aging hippies in lower Manhattan has spawned a national movement. What happened? Activists target foreclosure crisis".
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Archived from the original on April 13, Archived from the original on November 30, It was only on August 2, when a small group of anarchists and other anti-authoritarians showed up at a meeting called by one such group and effectively wooed everyone away from the planned march and rally to create a genuine democratic assembly, on basically anarchist principles, that the stage was set for a movement that Americans from Portland to Tuscaloosa were willing to embrace. LA Times.
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Police scuffle with protesters marching through the streets of the Financial District on Oct. Rothstein Allen Stanford. At least 50 protestors were arrested. Tea Party protests United States; c. New Internationalist Magazine Prisoners are activists in a way we wish we were; they are constantly fighting oppression. Although many in the audience were former Bernie Sanders supporters — at least one wore a Bernie T-shirt — several told the Guardian they would now vote for Hillary Clinton.
Retrieved October 17, The Occupy Wall Street protests that began in New York City a month ago gained worldwide momentum over the weekend, as hundreds of thousands of demonstrators in nine hundred cities protested corporate greed and wealth inequality. The reality is that 'Occupy Wall Street' is raising the consciousness of the country on the fundamental issues of poverty, income inequality, economic justice, and the Obama administration's apparent double standard in dealing with Wall Street and the urgent problems of Main Street: unemployment, housing foreclosures, no bank credit to small business in spite of nearly three trillion of cash reserves made possible by taxpayers funding of TARP.
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Archived from the original on May 3, Demands come later".