Occupy Is Back and It's Coming for ICE
Turns out grinding the gears of America's immigration system to a halt is way easier than taking down the 1 percent.
Protesting Is Broken, Says One of the Founders of Occupy Wall Street
Micah White talks about the failure of the Occupy movement, how to hack elections, and why Trump is more revolutionary than Sanders.
Taking Drawing Lessons from Artist and Journalist Molly Crabapple
We sit down with the prolific artist, writer, and activist Molly Crabapple to chat about her career and learn a thing or two.
JD Samson's Life After MEN
JD Samson's queer art and music collective MEN has decided to call it quits, so we spoke to the queer icon about what's next.
Is Occupy Hong Kong Coming to an End?
If somebody doesn't step up to readjust Occupy Hong Kong's paradigm—and soon—the movement will surely flatline.
Inside the Burnaby Mountain Protest Camp
Journalist Erin Flegg went to the mountaintop protest camp trying to block a pipeline that would allow the Alberta oil sands to send nearly 600,000 more barrels of oil to B.C. per day.
On the Ground at Hong Kong’s Occupy Central Protests
Following a full week of student strikes, an estimated 200,000 protestors poured into the city’s financial district surrounding government buildings to demand democracy.
Young Mothers Have Occupied Some Empty London Flats to Protest Homelessness
With the city's housing shortage at crisis point, a group of young moms have taken matters into their own hands by squatting in abandoned housing in the olympic village.
Fran Singh, Photos: Oscar Webb
The Pentagon Is Giving Grenade Launchers to Campus Police
With help from the Pentagon, colleges across the United States are buying military-grade weapons, and putting campuses into perpetual lockdown.
Hannah K. Gold
Retired Cop Ray Lewis Blames Corporate America for the Situation in Ferguson
In 2011, veteran Philadelphia police officer Ray Lewis became a mascot for the non-hippies at Occupy Wall Street. Last week he brought his colorful brand of activism to Ferguson.
These Scottish Truthers Think Pretty Much All Laws Are Invalid
When you combine conspiracy theories and dodgy legal advice you get the Scottish Sovereigns, a group that's is convinced that you can ignore most laws if you don't go by the name on your ID. Or something. It's pretty confusing.
Will Julian Assange Be Moving to a Squatters’ Settlement in Brazil?
On May 14, a leader of Brazil’s Landless Workers’ Movement met with Julian Assange in London's Ecuadorian embassy to discuss ways in which Latin American social movements could assist Wikileaks. The leader told Assange, "If you need asylum in Brazil...