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After One Year, Occupy Reassesses and Plans Strategy for Next Phase

Thursday, September 20, 2012 By Andalusia Knoll, Free Speech Radio News | Report
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Ahead of today's actions, Occupy anniversary events also took place throughout the weekend, including an "inaugural assembly," break-out groups, direct actions and the release of a collaborative publication, "The Debt Resistors' Operations Manual." Saturday's education-themed gatherings were followed by celebratory events on Sunday, during which activists assessed the movement and what lies ahead. FSRN's Andalusia Knoll was there and files this report.

This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

Andalusia Knoll

Andalusia Knoll is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Mexico City. In addition to Truthout, she is a frequent contributor to VICE News, AJ+, Democracy Now! and Upside Down World. In Mexico, she collaborates with various independent media and art collectives. Follow her on Twitter: @andalalucha.

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After One Year, Occupy Reassesses and Plans Strategy for Next Phase

Thursday, September 20, 2012 By Andalusia Knoll, Free Speech Radio News | Report
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Ahead of today's actions, Occupy anniversary events also took place throughout the weekend, including an "inaugural assembly," break-out groups, direct actions and the release of a collaborative publication, "The Debt Resistors' Operations Manual." Saturday's education-themed gatherings were followed by celebratory events on Sunday, during which activists assessed the movement and what lies ahead. FSRN's Andalusia Knoll was there and files this report.

This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

Andalusia Knoll

Andalusia Knoll is a freelance multimedia journalist based in Mexico City. In addition to Truthout, she is a frequent contributor to VICE News, AJ+, Democracy Now! and Upside Down World. In Mexico, she collaborates with various independent media and art collectives. Follow her on Twitter: @andalalucha.