This weekend, activists are marking the one year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, the movement that began September 17, 2011 with a small encampment in New York’s Zuccotti Park. Public frustration at income inequality and the greed and corruption of big banks and corporations resonated globally, and the movement rapidly spread across the country and around the world. The anniversary events get started tomorrow with an Occupy Wall Street convergence in New York’s Washington Square Park and the release a Debt Resistors’ Operation Manual.
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