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In Service Sector, No Rest for the Working
In the United States, no such national or state labor law or regulation governs the intervals between shifts, except for some particular jobs like airline pilots, although some unions have negotiated a minimum time for workers to be off, sometimes eight, 10 or 12 hours.


“When you question this, they give a shrug of the shoulder,” Mr. Wagner said. “They say, ‘Everybody does this. You have to put up with it or go somewhere else.’ ”
occupy  workplace 
6 days ago by mattkelly
Occupying the Throne: Justine Tunney, Neoreactionaries, & the New 1%
Google software engineer Justine Tunney was never against the one percent—she just thought that the one percent were the wrong people.

How do you go from far-left socialist to far-right monarchist in three years?
JustineTunney  Occupy  slavery  wealthinequality 
7 days ago by campylobacter
Occupy by Greener Pastures Music - Hear the world’s sounds
RT : I still believe in Occupy-A musical chant for the movement. Pls enjoy, share & perform
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25 days ago by kitoconnell
Notes on the Future of Activism | OccupyWallSt.org
Written by Micah White, PhD Contemporary activism begins from the realization that for the first time in history, a synergy of catastrophes face us. Our physical environment is dyi
activism  zizek  change  advice  occupy  mind  environment  metaphor  book  history 
5 weeks ago by orlin
What Makes Nonviolent Movements Explode? | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
Time and again, in uprisings that steal the spotlight and shine light on injustices that are otherwise ignored, we see these two elements — disruption and sacrifice — combining in forceful ways. Examining their strange alchemy yields many intriguing lessons.
activism  sociology  analysis  occupy  occupywallstreet  occupywallst  inspiration 
5 weeks ago by msszczep
New Oxfam report says half of global wealth held by the 1%
[O]n current trends the richest 1% would own more than 50% of the world’s wealth by 2016.
5 weeks ago by mattkelly
The smartest cities rely on citizen cunning and unglamorous technology | Cities | The Guardian
“A close reading leaves little room for doubt that vendors like Microsoft, IBM, Siemens, Cisco and Hitachi construct the resident of the smart city as someone without agency; merely a passive consumer of municipal services – at best, perhaps, a generator of data that can later be aggregated, mined for relevant inference, and acted upon. Should he or she attempt to practise democracy in any form that spills on to the public way, the smart city has no way of accounting for this activity other than interpreting it as an untoward disruption to the orderly flow of circulation. (This is explicit in Palava’s marketing materials, as well.) All in all, it’s a brutally reductive conception of civic life, and one with little to offer those of us whose notions of citizenhood are more robust.

Organised by veterans of Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Sandy emerged in response to the unprecedented damage done to New York by Superstorm Sandy. Photograph: Craig Ruttle/AP
Given how impoverished this vision is, a casual onlooker could hardly be faulted for concluding that networked information technology is something that will never furnish contemporary city-dwellers with the architecture of participation they deserve. But while this is certainly a more defensible position than breathless technophilia, or the blithe stories of triumphally self-regulating urban ecosystems the vendors themselves peddle, I happen to believe this is not the case. I remain convinced that ordinary city-dwellers can use networked informatics beneficially, to support them in their aims of group coordination, collective decision-making and deliberative self-determination.”
city  urbanism  smartcity  occupy  occupysandy  2016fellowshipreader  everyoneiknowisdoingawesomeshit  re:adamgreenfield  criticism  technology  brunolatour  shockoftheold 
8 weeks ago by migurski
Blood & Treasure: the end of occupy and a case of 'pre-crime' in Beijing
China may or may not be bugging HK photocopiers; comments discuss Met police corruption in the 1960s.
china  hongkong  occupy  corruption  police  uk 
9 weeks ago by pozorvlak

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