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Turning the Tide: sharing ideas, inspiring actions

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The Independent is launching a new space for you, our next guest columnist, to share ideas, opinions and possible solutions regarding problems of a social, political, environmental, cultural or economic nature.

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“The greatest love story ever told”

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A new documentary on the Occupy movement puts a decade of work by an acclaimed Canadian filmmaker into perspective. Occupy NL organizer Tom Clarke, Indy editor Justin Brake and Velcrow Ripper talk about the movie and the Occupy movement.

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“A time of real positivity”

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On the one-year anniversary of Occupy Newfoundland’s inception, some of the movement’s supporters share their thoughts and experiences with The Independent as they prepared to re-occupy Harbourside Park in St. John’s for one night on Sunday, Oct. 14.

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Citizens to re-Occupy Harbourside Park

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To commemorate the year anniversary of Occupy Newfoundland’s occupation of Harbourside Park, a group of citizens are preparing to re-occupy the historic site for one night.

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Occupy Wall Street one year later

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The Occupy Wall Street movement began one year ago after Canadian magazine Adbusters put out the call for people to converge on New York City’s financial district and occupy Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park to protest corporate greed and growing inequality in North America. On Monday protesters reconvened in Manhattan to mark the one-year anniversary of the movement. Watch Democracy Now‘s coverage here.

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