10 years after Occupy Wall Street, Minnesota’s pipeline fight, Amazon working with ICE
The 10th anniversary of Occupy Wall Street is approaching. Lee Camp goes over the lessons learned from the paradigm-shifting protest movement that gave us the language of the 99% and brought inequality into the spotlight. Since it kicked off, many have learned about the issues of our capitalist society but the same ruling class is still in power. The banks still get away with theft, the government still abandons people to homelessness and poverty and the tinder remains for another protest movement to light up.
Camp also reports on the end of expanded unemployment assistance that was saving lives during the pandemic, and the plans the rich are relying on to survive the climate crisis.
Anders Lee takes on the fight against the Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline in Minnesota. Protesters have been pushing hard across the country to stop the fossil fuel infrastructure project. In return, the fossil fuel industry has been coordinating with law enforcement and private security contractors to harass the water protectors. It’s a fight that everyone concerned about the climate crisis should be concerned about.
Jaffer Khan exposes how Homeland Security has been working with Amazon to automate the racist harassment of the immigrant community. The ATLAS software has raised red flags for advocacy groups across the country.
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