The 99 Percent Fight Back — Finally!

Published October 12th, 2011

OWS doesn’t have demands.  They have desires. Read more at Seven Days.


  1. Thank you for using my picture for your article.

    Comment by Mircea Nicolescu — November 13, 2011 @ 11:24 am

  2. Hi. I had nothing to do with it. The art dept. chose your pic. Did they credit you? I hope so. I saw only the online version of the paper, which has no pictures.

    Comment by Judith — November 13, 2011 @ 4:52 pm

  3. Dear Judith,

    Your words “Occupy Wall Street doesn’t have demands — yet. It has desires.” expresses what I have been trying to point out to my husband and friends. This opinion is often met with hostility. It isn’t that I think people don’t have the right to protest or to spark social and economical change, I just don’t know what the exact demands are of the Occupy Wall Street protesters. What exact changes and laws do they wish to change? I don’t see this as the equivalent of the Civil Right’s Movement or protests against war. These two example have a concrete goal, change laws, stop a war. I wish OWS would define their demands. I am sure once they do I will jump on board!

    Seattle, WA

    Comment by Theresa Byers — January 16, 2012 @ 10:24 am

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