Allison Kilkenny is the co-host of the progressive political podcast Citizen Radio (wearecitizenradio.com) and independent journalist who blogs at allisonkilkenny.com. Her work has appeared in The American Prospect, the LA Times, In These Times, Truthout and the award-winning grassroots NYC newspaper the Indypendent.
Occupy Our Homes has saved another family from foreclosure, continuing the group’s recent string of successes.
Occupy Wall Streeters arrested on December 17 at a Trinity Church–owned lot and Chicago activists facing terrorism-related charges for NATO protests head to court.
Teachers in Louisiana have found themselves on the frontlines of austerity.
Pro-worker protesters in Wisconsin played by the rules, and were outspent by out-of-state interests $30 million to $3 million. Can they ever hope to win in a rigged game?
Housing and Occupy Wall Street affiliates are planning a “counter-fundraiser” at an Obama fundrasier to draw attention to the need to bring Wall Street to justice.
Activists in Quebec, the United States and Mexico are setting aside nationalism in the spirit of solidarity.
More legal victories for the Occupy Wall Street movement.
It raises the question, why were these people arrested in the first place?
Protests in Philadelphia and Quebec against education cuts and tuition hikes underscore the common struggle against austerity.