I'm learning more about occupy wall street and how it takes a new direction right now and in particular what I'm wondering about is How did this movement affect our society. I was researching this question online, and this article caught my attention because it discussed and answered my question. In the article it stated how and why these organizers wanted to build the movements and what they did to improve them and get others to join. Organizers used songs to build structures that sustain and enhance it. I agree that is a great idea and more people should join occupations, it is a good thing and you helping those in need by doing great deed.
“The protesters are also thinking about how to work with the nearly 500 other occupations that have sprung up around the country and world , said 27 year old sandy nurse. she has put her experience growing up on military bases and working in international aid to use by coordinating logistics for occupy protests.”the movement has grown beyond the walls of occupy Boston last weekend.’’we’re seeing the start of a national movement.”
The quote I choose here is basically saying that since the occupation and its protesters they are growing the number of movements served around the world rapidly. Using prior knowledge and experiences they are able to inform and grow and build National Movements.
I think this is a positive thing to do because it helps and build up a better economy. Occupy wall street has taken a role in creating an economic collapse that has caused the greatest reason in generations.
I think this act is very inspiring. If you want something you can get it. If you see something wrong make a change, take a chance to make a difference.occupy has been a leaderless movement of many colors and genders and the 70 % that do wish for nothing for better and change would looks towards this movement yet even so join. We don’t need politicians to build a better society. There are sometimes in life when we have to go about things ourselves and our own way.
A third sentence that interested me was “ The movement empowers REAL people to create real change from the bottom up’’. This stood out to me because basically this sentence encourages people to want to join. If you are someone who suffers or feels for something , however things aren’t the exact way you want it or should be, you would take part help take part from the bottom up.
I do agree with Occupy London when they stated “ the effects of the financial, economic and social crisis have reached unbearable levels in several countries ‘’ People of part of the movement working to change it all they are willing to help people have their rights and benefits.
What i appreciate about this writers work is that it was very well in explaining to persuade and very well at informing . I look forward to seeing what he writes next and hopefully it grabs by attention the way this article on Occupy Wall Street did.