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Overview

Introduction

Occupy Wall Street

Arab Spring

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Occupy MovementsThiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com

Agosto de 2012

Thiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com Occupy Movements

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Occupy Wall Street

Arab Spring

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OverviewOverview Introduction Occupy Wall Street History Protests Arab Spring References

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What is it?Occupy Movements

Figura : Occupy Movement, October 15, 2011Thiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com Occupy Movements

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Bloomberg Businessweek DenitionThe Occupy Movement: is an international movement with protesters of diverse ages and occupations who speaking out against corporate greed, social inequality, global climate change and other concerns.

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occupywallst.org DenitionThe Occupy Movement: is a leaderless resistance movement with people of many colors, genders and political persuasions.

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We Are The 99%The protesters do not have one general demand, only that the other 99%is heard. They believe that the wealthiest 1% is corrupt, greedy and always making sure they are at the top of society.

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We Are in for the long haulMost people participating believe that the voice of the middle class should be heard by the government. They believe are using the revolutionary Arab Spring tactic to achieve their ends and encourage the use of nonviolence to maximize the safety of all participants.Thiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com Occupy Movements

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How Much Money Does the Top 1% Really MakeThe annual salary of people in the top 1% was 340,000 in 2009, but the average salary of a person in the top 1% is $960,000 per year. Most people make six times less money than the average of the top 1%. These super wealthy people within the top 1% are the targets of the Occupy Movement.Thiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com Occupy Movements

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How Has the Occupy Movement ChangedThe Occupy Movement originated with only a thousand protestors marching down Wall Street, and only a few hundred sleeping outside. Two weeks later, a march across the Brooklyn Bridge was organized, 700 people participated and they were all arrested.Thiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com Occupy Movements

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How Has the Occupy Movement ChangedA little over a month after the start, thousands protestors were protesting in over nine hundred cities around the world. By December 2011, the eleventh week of protesting, serveral branches of the Occupy Movement had emerged.Thiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com Occupy Movements

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Why Has This Idea Spread So RapidlyThe Occupy Movement spread because the idea of protests has been popular worldwide, mainly because this past year people have relearned the power of protests. The Arab Spring must have reawakened the idea of protesting, and made people realize that they can have what they want, sometimes, just by asking.Thiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com Occupy Movements

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Arab Spring

Thiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com Occupy Movements

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The Arab SpringThe Arab Spring is revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Arab world that began on 18 December 2010. The protests have shared techniques of mostly civil resistance in sustained campaigns involving strikes, demonstrations, marches, and rallies, as well as the eective use of social media to organize and communicate.Thiago Nascimento Rodrigues - nascimenthiago@gmail.com Occupy Movements

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Occupy Wall Street

Arab Spring

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1 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Occupy_movement 2 http://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/ D9Q4CNR81.htm 3 http://www.squidoo.com/ introduction-to-the-occupy-movement 4 http://occupywallst.org/

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