Nexus of Change

Toward Sustainable Habits and Durable Prosperity

Neighborhood Resistance Parade

After helping so many home owners defeat elaborate tricks from banks to kick them out of their homes or to impose illegal predatory lending terms, the Occupy Our Homes movement … Continue reading

December 29, 2012 · 2 Comments

Community Not Consumerism

The day following Thanksgiving, known as Black Friday, is the opportunity for a few to get what they normally wouldn’t be able to afford at regular prices but in most … Continue reading

December 29, 2012 · Leave a comment

Sin Papeles, Sin Miedo

In the southern part of the United States where undocumented immigrants very often face exploitation, law enforcement efforts have also increased to ask people for immigration papers to increase the … Continue reading

September 5, 2012 · 1 Comment

Marches Against Foreclosures

Activists manifesting under the banner of Occupy Atlanta, Occupy Our Homes ATL,  TakeBack TheBlock, or Occupy The Hood all have as their main focus the protection of their communities against … Continue reading

August 26, 2012 · 2 Comments

Mass Strategy Meeting on United Progressive Offense

The second Mass Strategy Meeting in Atlanta turned out to be a great success. The meeting was a gathering of all the various groups that had been operating separately in … Continue reading

June 1, 2012 · 1 Comment

Vine City Starts Large-Scale Community-Building Project

Across the disaffected neighborhood of Vine City in Atlanta, land owners are entrusting Occupy Atlanta to exploit lots of land that have been deemed unprofitable. Permaculture projects planned by Occupy … Continue reading

May 20, 2012 · 7 Comments

Permaculture Experts Gather in Vine City for Community-Building

Sally Mason and Anna Kelley from Occupy Atlanta invited long time activist Kwabena Nkromo to host a conversation about food democracy in Vine City. Kwabena’s involvement in creating community gardens dated … Continue reading

April 22, 2012 · 4 Comments

Occupy Atlanta Surveys Public Opinion for Better Society

On April 7th, 2011, Occupy Atlanta distributed the newly drafted Declaration of Rights for the People of Georgia at the Five Points Marta station while surveying public opinion for a better … Continue reading

April 8, 2012 · 3 Comments

Diverse Coalition Defeats Bill Against 1st Amendment Rights

On March 29th, 2012, the State of Georgia House of Representatives declined to put Senate Bill 469 up for vote after several attempts to tweak the bill to specifically target … Continue reading

March 30, 2012 · 4 Comments

American Spring in Vine City

We are now seeing in the United States political movements from the entire range of the political spectrum rally against a common enemy. With stunning rapidity, legislators throughout the country … Continue reading

March 26, 2012 · 4 Comments

Activism for Strong Communities in the Global Economy

The race to the bottom in which we are all pulled down by ever increasing competition in a globalized economy is changing the rules of activism against injustice, exploitation, environmental destruction and … Continue reading

March 11, 2012 · Leave a comment

Occupy Atlanta Rides Public Transit to Petition Against Layoffs

On March 3rd, 2012, Occupy Atlanta rode MARTA trains for a third weekend in a row to collect signatures for a petition against layoffs at AT&T.  Layoffs planned by AT&T … Continue reading

March 4, 2012 · 2 Comments

Operation Occupy

“One could describe this movement as organic, evolving, leaderless, rhizomatic, egalitarian, and digital.” via Operation Occupy.

March 2, 2012 · 1 Comment

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Did You Know That

Since 1995, just 10 percent of subsidized American farms -- the largest and wealthiest operations -- have raked in 74 percent of all subsidy payments. Yet, only a tiny fraction of the farm bill funding goes to programs that support healthy fruits and vegetables.