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Author: Amy Schrager Lang; Daniel Lang/Levitsky
Publisher: Oxford, UK : New Internationalist, 2012.
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"A stunningly comprehensive compilation of materials, from public statements to engaged reportage, essays focused on analysis and strategy, and documentation of the visual culture of the movement. Neither a narrative of the events nor an observer analysis but an assembly of primary sources - the 'raw materials' that developed within the movement. Created by two New York-based Occupy movement participants, Amy  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amy Schrager Lang; Daniel Lang/Levitsky
ISBN: 9781780260846 1780260849
OCLC Number: 792747911
Description: 319 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Contents note continued: Angus Johnston What I Saw at #OccupyWallStreet Last Night, and What I Saw When I Left --
Adrienne Maree Brown from liberty plaza; let it breathe --
Adrienne Maree Brown, Jenny Lee, Yusef Shakur, et al One Step in Building the `Occupy/Unify' Movement in Detroit --
Keguro Macharia Occupy DC (Hasty Notes) --
Jaime Omar Yassin Occupy Oakland Day Four: Wherein I speak to some folks, and the General Assembly debates MoveOn's move in --
Facilitation --
Anne Tagonist Heirs to the Autonomen --
DeColonize LA Statement --
Larisa Mann On Occupy Wall Street --
Hannah Chadeyane Appel The Bureaucracies of Anarchy (Parts 1 & 2) --
Sonny Singh Occupying Process, Processing Occupy: Spokes Council musings by one POC --
Safer Spaces --
Jaime Omar Yassin Occupy Oakland: Hugs Are Also an Option --
Occupy Boston Women's Caucus Statement --
A Bunch of Trans Women Occupiers OWS Must Resist Cis-Supremacy and Trans-Misogyny --
Aaron Bady Society Must Be Defended From Rats. Contents note continued: Occupy Wall Street Safer Spaces Working Group Transforming Harm & Building Safety: Confronting sexual violence at Occupy Wall Street and beyond --
People of Color --
Bruce A Dixon Occupy Where? What's In It For Black and Brown People? --
Rinku Sen Forget Diversity, It's About `Occupying' Racial Inequity --
American Indian Movement of Colorado An Indigenous Platform Proposal for `Occupy Denver' --
Manissa McCleave Maharawal So Real It Hurts: Notes on Occupy Wall Street --
Tammy Kim Race-ing Occupy Wall Street --
Harsha Walia Letter to Occupy Together Movement --
low end theory the last thing we need --
Arts & Culture --
Percentages --
Octopi Everywhere --
Pepper Spray Cop --
Tents --
Posters --
Eat the Rich --
The Empire Strikes Back --
We Are Legion --
We Are Everywhere --
Jaime Omar Yassin (& Chris Kendrick) `I'm on a Boat!': Occupy Oakland navigates in unknown waters --
Puppets & Projections. Contents note continued: Kenji Liu Memory Is Solidarity: Ogawa-Grant Plaza as Opportunity --
Sustainability --
Lemony Snicket Thirteen Observations made by Lemony Snicket while watching Occupy Wall Street from a Discreet Distance --
Dana Spiotta In the Name Itself --
Vijay Prashad Occupying the Imagination, Cultivating a New Politics (Part 5) --
Aaron Bady The Oakland Commune --
Sarah Jaffe the class implications of `know your history' --
Emma Rosenthal Arriving at Occupy LA --
cops and dogs have more of a place than people with disabilities! --
Larisa Mann change comes from connection across difference not by erasing difference --
Sara Paretsky Stop the Tether Ball --
Direct Action --
Staughton Lynd A Letter to Other Occupiers --
Michelle Ty The Coming General Strike --
UC Davis Bicycle Barricade No Cops, No Bosses --
Occupy Oakland Port Blockade Working Group Clarification on Nature of Call for West Coast Port Blockade. Contents note continued: Mike Konczal The Sword and the Shield: Occupy Foreclosures --
Town Planning --
Sarah Jaffe Occupy Wall Street Prepares for Crackdown --
Will Bloomberg try to tear it all down? --
Hannah Chadeyane Appel The People's Microphone --
Sara Marcus C-SPAN for Radicals --
Jaime Omar Yassin Occupy Oakland, Day 8: Solving global problems in a downtown microcosm --
Morrigan Phillips Room for the Poor --
Elsewhere --
Sam Halvorsen Occupying Everywhere: A Global Movement? --
Tim Gee Occupy the North --
Kerry-anne Mendoza Voices from the Occupation: The homeless & the hungry --
modern-day outlaws --
Steven Maclean We Need Caveats On Inclusivity --
Michael Richmond Disguising, Mythologising and Protest --
Tim Gee Past Tents: A brief history of protest camping --
Gianpaolo Baiocchi & Ernesto Ganuza No Parties, No Banners: The Spanish experiment with direct democracy --
Emmanuel Iduma See, The Nigerian Revolution Has Begun. Contents note continued: Emmanuel Iduma Is This The End of The Nigerian Revolution? --
Onward --
Rachel Schragis The Flow Chart of the Declaration of the Occupation of NYC --
Occupy, Defined.
Responsibility: edited by Amy Schrager Lang & Daniel Lang/Levitsky.

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"A stunningly comprehensive compilation of materials, from public statements to engaged reportage, essays focused on analysis and strategy, and documentation of the visual culture of the movement. Neither a narrative of the events nor an observer analysis but an assembly of primary sources - the 'raw materials' that developed within the movement. Created by two New York-based Occupy movement participants, Amy Schrager Lang and Daniel Lang/Levitsky, the book includes contributions from a wealth of protagonists, including Barbara Kingsolver, Naomi Klein, Sara Paretsky, Lemony Snicket, and Staughton Lynd."--Publisher.

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