Occupy Wall Street: Overview, Scope & background

November 24, 2013

Now a global movement, the OWS is an ongoing demonstration protesting against the difference in wealth between the top 1% of earners and the other citizens of the United States, as well as social and economic inequality, corporate influence in politics, and corporate greed. Source


Who Is Occupy Wall Street?

December 30, 2012

The leaderless, anarchic, revolutionary revolution, Occupy Wall Street, continues to evolve. Offshoot Occupy Oakland, for example, is expected to get support from organized labor and established advocacy groups for a massive planned demonstration Wednesday. And now a new study, shared exclusively with Fast Company, offers insight into participants. They span age and income groups, are […]

Americans are the Top 13 Percent

Americans are the Top 13 Percent

July 28, 2012

Recent demonstrations in U.$. cities have claimed to represent “the 99%” opposed to the greed of the richest 1%. MIM(Prisons) supports a more equitable distribution of the world’s resources. What most Americans don’t realize is that a true redistribution of wealth would mean less for them as they are all part of the richest 13%. […]