Monthly Archives: December 2011

Corporate Control of People with Disabilities

This post was written for the December issue of the Disability Blog Carnival, taking place at my personal blog, After Gadget. Check out this big, fabulous carnival of posts relating to disability and Occupy here! This is such a huge … Continue reading

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OccupyWorkPlace Speech by Denise Romano Washington Square Park GA

Many thanks to Denise Romano for allowing us to cross-post this speech. The original post can be found at her blog, Workplace Credible Activist, along with a lot of of other great information for workers and people who care about … Continue reading

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Who Are My Brothers and Sisters in the Struggle for Justice?

This post is by Big Noise and is cross-posted with her permission. It is impossible for me to express the degradation I feel. A progressive group put on a one-day workshop Sunday. I was not allowed to go. My friends … Continue reading

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OccupyVoice: A Resource for Anyone Affected by the Occupy Movement

OccupyVoice is a dedicated phone line staffed by people trained in nonviolent communication (NVC) — also called compassionate communication — to provide support and strategies to anyone who needs it, whether pro, con, or undecided about the Occupy movement. Continue reading

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