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Meanwhile In Oakland, California…

Riot police fired tear gas, flashbang grenades, beanbag rounds and rubber bullets at the site of the Occupy Oakland camp area last night.

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#OccupyWallStreet – See It In Photos: Part 2

Another set of amazing photos from the Occupy Wall Street protests keep surfacing, some great portraits from a lot of the photographers on the ground of the action which also spread to the Brooklyn Bridge yesterday where 700 plus people were arrested after protesters attempted to march over the bridge.

Is anybody else getting a 60′s vibe from all of this?

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#OccupyWallStreet – See It In Photos: Part 1

A picture’s worth a thousand words goes the old saying…in this case many more than that can be said. Check this photo diary of the Occupy Wall Street protests currently going in New York City…

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#f*ckyouwashington – A Viral Declaration of Frustration

Jeff Jarvis, Professor at the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism, prominent blogger, author and former journalist best known for voicing his opinion and challenging our new media world started a #f*ckyouwashington hashtag on twitter last night set off by the ongoing and failing debt ceiling negotiations going on in Washington DC.

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Recognizing Women Around the Globe: International Women’s Day 2011

Today is International Women’s Day [IWD] and 2011 is the global centenary year – it’s 100 years since the first International Women’s Day event was run when more than one million women and men attended rallies in 1911.

Today we’d like to recognize the achievements of women and bring attention to some women’s issues and facts you might not be aware of:

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