Author Archive | Greg Evans

Protesters in Greece 2012

Austerity = Dramatic Rise of Radicalism in Greece

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN Though the front-page headline of last Monday’s Arizona Republic confidently proclaimed that “Pro-bailout conservatives win Greek election,” the reality of last week’s election was far more complicated. The election, in fact, seemed to confirm that the extreme austerity program that has been imposed on Greece by the European Union, the International Monetary […]

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Occupy Public Land - logo shield - "EST. 2011"

Nine arrested in downtown sidewalk protest

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN On Thursday night near Veinte de Agosto park, nine protestors were arrested by the Tucson Police Department on the charge of “obstructing the sidewalk.” According to Occupy Public Land (a group independent of Occupy Tucson), which initiated the action, the police violated the city’s own laws in making the arrests, especially Section […]

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"Globe centered over North and South America. Occupy Fist logo underneath with the words 'Occupy Everywhere'"

Occupy-related uprisings continue across the world

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN ATHENS (May 29) — Voters in Greece sent tremors across the Eurozone on May 6 by recording a massive protest vote against EU-dictated austerity. Parties that had participated in an emergency government tasked with passing deeply unpopular belt-tightening measures in return for rescue loans to prop up the near-bankrupt Greek economy were […]

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Protesters demonstrating with large nurse puppet (with huge blue hands) for single-payer healthcare

Occupy Obamacare

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN A Few Table Scraps from the Corporations Aren’t Enough I was surprised to see so many people demonstrate in support of the Obama health care plan when the Supreme Court was hearing arguments over its constitutionality a few weeks ago. I was even more surprised at my own concern over the possibility […]

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¿Occupy? Tucson

OCCUPIED TUCSON CITIZEN We hope others will be inspired to submit their own works of fiction and nonfiction by sharing this heady, Occupy inspired piece of creative meta-nonfiction—Ed In one of the more distant outposts of the empire’s homeland, the Occupiers finally rose up on the 29th day of the First Occupation. But here, already, […]

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