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On September 17, 2011 in New York City, the movement began. Demonstrators made their way to Wall Street to protest against corporate greed, government corruption, high levels of unemployment, and a widening income gap between the rich and poor in a time when more and more Americans are living below the poverty line.

The movement calls themselves the 99%, in contrast with the wealthiest 1% of the American population that owns a disproportionate share of the wealth. The Occupy Wall Street movement spread not only around the US, but in Canada, Europe, and the rest of the world.

In celebration of the global release of Occupy Love.
A couple hundred demonstrators still maintain homeless encampments throughout NYC.
"Millions of people are deciding that enough is enough."
You’ve begun squashing dissent within your ranks.
"Monsanto go away, you are NOT welcome on our land."
Burning Man, the emerging paradigm shift, and how your mind has become occupied.
I believe it is now time for the Occupy Movement to come out of beta.
How the politics of gut brought one Occupier to DC for Thanksgiving.
Abuses of power by the police don't mean officers aren't sympathetic toward protesters.
Google TV Ads is a new venue for the less wealthy to gain immense influence.
"You can cut this branch but a thousand more will grow."
"The 1% need us, and the fish need us, and the forests need us."
“I have traveled through time to be with you because I love what you are doing here.”
In what could be a watershed moment, a high-profile company has now stepped forward to...
I didn't agree with everything I heard and saw, but that's not the point.
I see a lot more than just over-privileged "kids" asking people to do their laundry.