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10 Years Later: What was the impact of Occupy Wall Street?

While the movement had a political impact, the gap between the top and bottom income earners is still vast.
1 month ago|New York, United States

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16 of these news sources are bias rated
11 lean LEFT
L 69%
C 31%
Raw Story
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Salon
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Al Jazeera
Business Insider
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It's been 10 years since Occupy Wall Street — What's changed?

The movement's lofty goals of creating a more equitable economy have gone unfulfilled, but the politics of "the 99 percent" have gained traction over the past decade.

1 month ago|Los Angeles, United States
Raw Story
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Occupy Wall Street set the tone: A decade later, how protests against inequality made the GOP worse

Occupy Wall Street — which started 10 years ago on Friday — has long been understood as a historical novelty, a movement that swiftly rose to national prominence and almost as swiftly sunk below the waves, destroyed by the in-fighting and mission drift that unfortunately tends to plague leftist movements. But, a decade out, it's clearer than ever that the movement had an impact far beyond its own existence.Inspired by the Arab Spring a year befo…

1 month ago|United States
Al Jazeera
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A decade on, Occupy Wall Street’s legacy on income inequality

Supporters say AOC is a ‘direct descendant’ of Occupy, while critics say movement failed to redress income inequality.

1 month ago|Qatar
Business Insider
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Protesters tried to hold Wall Street accountable by taking over Lower Manhattan for 60 days. But 10 years later, the rich are richer than ever. What went wrong?

A decade after the Occupy Wall Street movement started, its organizers reflect on the movement — and why the gap between rich and poor hasn't changed.

1 month ago|United States
RollingStone
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The Real Story of Occupy Wall Street Is What's Happened Since

At the height of last year’s Black Lives Matter uprising, a recording surfaced of a call President Trump held with state governors. In it, he made a comparison: “This is like Occupy Wall Street.” He urged them to waste no time in repeating the coordinated police assaults that had swept away the Occupy encampments across the country. Until the Occupy crackdown began, he told the governors, “It was a disaster.”Trump’s political career had a kind o…

1 month ago|Los Angeles, United States
Alternet
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'Another world is possible': How Occupy Wall Street reshaped politics and kicked off a new era of protest

On the 10th anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, we examine the legacy of the historic protests with three veterans of the movement: Nelini Stamp, now the director of strategy and partnerships at the Working Families Party; Jillian Johnson, a key organizer in Occupy Durham who now serves on the Durham City Council and is the city's mayor pro tempore; and writer and filmmaker Astra Tayor, an organizer with the Debt Collective. Occupy Wall Street "b…

1 month ago|Washington, United States
Spectrum Local News
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10 Years Later: What was the impact of Occupy Wall Street?

While the movement had a political impact, the gap between the top and bottom income earners is still vast.

1 month ago|
Salon
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Occupy Wall Street set the tone: A decade later, how protests against inequality made the GOP worse

"We are the 99%!" exposed a reality Americans couldn't unsee, making Democrats better and Republicans somehow worse

1 month ago|S F, United States
New York Magazine
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Occupy Wall Street Changed Everything

Ten years later, the legacy of Zuccotti Park has never been clearer.

1 month ago|New York, United States
NY1
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How Occupy Wall Street changed New York politics

On the 10th anniversary of the movement that took hold in Zuccotti Park, the influence of activists demanding economic justice continues to be felt.

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BIAS COVERAGE DISTRIBUTION

16 of these news sources are bias rated
11 lean LEFT
L 69%
C 31%
Raw Story
RollingStone
Alternet
Salon
New York Magazine
Jacobin
The Nation
Democracy Now!
The New Republic
The Intercept
The Real News
+1
Al Jazeera
Business Insider
Spectrum Local News
NY1
Financial Times
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