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The Occupied Wall Street Journal

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To donate to the publisher of the Occupied Wall Street Journal, go to <www.kickstarter.com/projects/610964639/occupy-wall-street-media>.  Cf. “‘This morning I watched . . . News coverage of this protest . . . 10 people were interviewed . . . 1 of them . . . Was a woman . . . The 99% . . . Is not 90% men. . . .’  The message was received enthusiastically.  When we did our introductions in the training, we realized many people are not only finding it difficult to speak to press but also during the General Assembly (GA).  CodePink members following from across the country via livestream have expressed similar concern that women’s participation in the GA seems limited to logistical report-backs from working groups that run the encampment at Liberty Plaza rather than more weighty discussions about our principles of solidarity and declaration” (Melanie Butler, “Occupy Wall Street: The Other 99% Is Not 90% Men,” AlterNet, 2 October 2011); Todd Johnson, “Is Black America Sitting Out ‘Occupy Wall Street’?” (TheGrio, 6 October 2011).


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