Alibi V.20 No.42 • Oct 20-26, 2011 

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The Class Movement

Evolution of a revolution

The message of Occupy Wall Street isn't a simple one. The problems being addressed aren't simple, either.
Junfu Han

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Notes From the Inside: Redressing Grievances

Freedom of speech is a frequent rallying point for protesters, whether from the 99% / Occupy Wall Street movement or the tea party. The First Amendment guarantees “the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” Many occupiers have interpreted this to mean they have the right to make their camp on public property.

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Junfu Han

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Notes From the Inside: Timeline of an Occupation

Sept. 17: The Occupy Wall Street protests, originally promoted by Adbusters magazine, begin in New York. Within days, demonstrations spring up around the country.

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A flag at Camp Coyote
Eric Williams ericwphoto.com

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Notes From the Inside: Not Quite 99% Accurate

Five myths about the occupiers at Camp Coyote

They’re not cooperating with UNM. The protesters, to the best of their knowledge, followed UNM’s instructions to the letter. When they were asked to move from Tight Grove on University and Central to Yale Park at Yale and Central, they did so two days before the University’s deadline. The demonstrators who were removed by police from Yale Park in the early morning hours of Monday, Oct. 10, were not aware they were in violation of University policy.

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A demonstrator jumps off Mayor Harry E. Kinney 's statue after putting signs on it.
Junfu Han

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Notes From the Inside: How to Help

Interested in getting involved in the movement? Here are some things you can do:

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