The media, trying to discredit all the OWS demonstrators, say we don't know what we are for, only what we are against. So I believe there is much to be gained were we to embrace a 20 second sound bite for "what we are for."
There is something new going on in this millennium, something really exciting. A shift in the way we think from an exclusive sense of "what's in it for me?" to an inclusive sense of "what kind of world are we co-creating?"
Though not ignored by any stretch, the First-Amendment rights of the OccupyDenver protesters need to get more air time. KHOW's Caplis and Silverman aired a great interview with attorney David Lane on this topic yesterday.
The protesters gathered in one of the toniest areas of Long Island, within steps of luxury yachts and swanky stores. Among us were babies, great-grandparents, and more than a few raised on Nickelodeon.
A democratic fever is breaking out in United States of America, most notably on Wall Street. And while religious leaders have played a minor role in the Occupy movement, there is something deeply spiritual if not religious taking place.
So many of these protests continue to be overlooked. How many of you saw the coverage of the Occupy Sesame Street march? To keep you one step ahead of the lazy media, here are five under-reported "Occupy ____ Street" protests.