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Occupy Wall Street

Occupy group abolishes nearly $4 million in student loan debt
On the third anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement, an offshoot group announced that it has erased $3.8 million worth of private student loan debt.

17.09.2014 17:09

​Prisons, poverty & socialism: An interview with Cecily McMillan
Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan was convicted of assault on a police officer, a felony, in Manhattan Criminal Court in May. She claims the ‘assault’ was merely a startled reaction to a violent sexual assault by Officer Grantley Bovell.

11.09.2014 07:18

Court says Occupy Boise protesters can restore tent city in Idaho
A federal judge in Idaho agreed this week that officials have no right to keep protesters from demonstrating on the lawn of the state capitol building in Boise.

13.06.2014 18:03

NYC pays largest Occupy-related settlement to protesters for wrongful arrest
New York City has reached the largest Occupy Wall Street-related settlement to date with 14 protesters, agreeing to pay up almost $600,000 to resolve allegations that police illegally arrested them back in 2012.

10.06.2014 18:30

Homeland Security extensively monitored Occupy movement, documents reveal
Newly released documents made public for the first time this week reveal how the United States Department of Homeland Security coordinated with local law enforcement across the US to monitor the Occupy Wall Street movement.

23.05.2014 19:04

Occupy activist Cecily McMillan sentenced to three months in prison
A judge in New York City on Monday morning sentenced Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan to three months in jail and five years’ probation for assaulting a police officer during a 2012 protest.

19.05.2014 16:31

#Reoccupy the world: WaveOfAction sweeps the globe
Anti-corruption activists launched a three-month campaign at hundreds of former Occupy locations to kick off their own ‘#GlobalSpring’ of social, economic and political reform.

04.04.2014 13:15

Oakland will pay $4.5 million to injured Occupy activist Scott Olsen
​A United States military veteran who was critically injured by the police during an Occupy Wall Street protest in October 2011 will be awarded $4.5 million by the city of Oakland, California.

21.03.2014 17:23

Occupy activist beaten, arrested by NYPD faces 7 years in prison
The trial in the case against a 23-year-old activist accused of assaulting a police officer during an Occupy Wall Street demonstration in New York City nearly two years ago finally got underway Monday afternoon in Manhattan.

10.02.2014 21:01