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Background Reading on Occupy Wall Street

Below is a basic reading list of sorts – to describe and outline the movement, to help people get up to speed, to help aggregate good solid coverage into a foundation – sites for following development, specific journalism, prominent voices, …

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No One Knows Exactly, And That’s OK

Now that Occupy Wall Street is headlining, after weeks of minimal coverage, the conversation about exactly what it is is growing too. Has the slumbering giant (the 99%) woken up? How long will it (we) stay awake? And what have …

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Arresting Fear with Hope: Protesting the Keystone XL Pipeline

Arresting Fear with Hope: Protesting the Keystone XL Pipeline

Yale F&ES alumni Eliza Cava (MEM '11) tells the story of her arrest at the White House protest against the proposed Keystone XL pipeline--and the surprising hope that she brought away with her.
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Bill McKibben on the Keystone XL Pipeline

Bill McKibben on the Keystone XL Pipeline

In an interview with Sage Magazine, environmental leader Bill McKibben says protesting the Keystone XL pipeline is about buying time for the planet.
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Occupy Wall Street: Starting a Discussion

Occupy Wall Street: Starting a Discussion

F&ES Students reach out to connect themselves, and the Yale community, to the ambitious, ambiguous, organized chaos of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Represent the 99%.
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Fishing Report From Ibo Island

Fishing Report From Ibo Island

Ibo Island off the coast of Mozambique hosts a large network of subsistence fishing villages. Rich Press, photojournalist, documents this way-of-life, currently threatened by industrial fishing operations and a changing climate.
by × October 9, 2011 × 0 comments