Wall Street protests
The films captured both the medium and the message--a testament to the vitality of storytelling as a political tool, and panorama of a movement that is helping level social inequities with each new space it claims.
The battle going on at the Walmart center in Mira Loma is an exemplary case of the chess match between capital and labor, as long as you realize labor is starting the game with virtually no pieces
Indiana seems a lot like Wisconsin these days. In both states, people are resisting assaults on their rights as workers. Last year, Badgers protested in massive numbers and occupied the capitol building. This year, Hoosiers are protesting the new right to work legislation. And they are talking about occupying the Super Bowl.
White Americans and minorities are all in this together. The U.S. Census recently released statistics that designate half of the U.S. population, 146 million, poor or low income.