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6 Places to Occupy Next: Protest the 1% Where They Live, Work and Play

How can OWS become an ongoing social movement that transforms the national conversation and wins concrete victories for economic justice?

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Occupy Wall Street still has plenty of steam. Here in Philadelphia, the number of tents in front of City hall has doubled since Saturday. But the occupation can continue once the snow begins to fall: blockading the entrance to corrupt banks and exploitative corporations, and defending families fighting foreclosure, will keep the movement moving until springtime. And most importantly, it could win concrete victories for the vast majority of Americans who have been forced from their homes and robbed of their jobs and retirement funds.

Daniel Denvir is a journalist in Philadelphia.

 
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