Some press articles about my work:
Detroit’s Water War
The Guardian covers the #DetroitWater movement to end water shutoffs and institute a Water Affordability Plan, as well as humanitarian work by the Detroit Water Brigade.
Prima el derecho del pueblo
El dirigente del movimiento neoyorquino que surgió en la crisis del 2011 destaca que los fondos buitre, en su conflicto con Argentina, “están defendiendo sus intereses frente al interés de millones de personas”
And Now, ‘Occupy,’ the Camp
The NYTimes visits the Paul Robeson Freedom School, an alternative academic program started by a coalition of Occupy activists and the Coalition for Public Education
Interview with Justin Wedes, Occupy Sandy volunteer
An in-depth interview, by the Superstorm Sandy Research Lab, on my work building the Occupy Sandy Disaster Relief Project.
Protestors call on top state official to reject Black as chancellor
The story, in local NYC school blog GothamSchools, of how I helped jump-start a grassroots effort to demand a qualified leader for NYC schools.
Protest Expands Despite Police Effort to Silence Demonstrators
Amy Goodman, of Democracy Now, and I speak about the growth of the Occupy Movement in its 4th week.
Gov Paterson Speaks with Justin Wedes Organizer of Wall Street Protests
I speak with former Gov. David Paterson at the onset of Occupy Wall Street
Occupy Wall Street Activist Explains Why Protesters Break The Law
This article from Gothamist, a NYC daily weblog, documents my take on civil disobedience in the Occupy age.
Walcott Event Disrupted by Protesters
This article from the NY Times education blog SchoolBook, tells the story of an Occupy the DOE action.
Occupy rep says fight is against apathy
“The enemy is apathy - you and me and all of us believing that there’s nothing we can do to fix our problems. But we all have an opportunity to win – that to me is Occupy.”
Evento em SP sobre FSM da Tunísia reúne ativistas do oriente
Uma mesa de debates sobre a primavera árabe e outra sobre o movimentos dos indignados e os protestos recentes dos estudantes chilenos. / A series of debates about the Arab Spring, #Occupy, Indignados, and the recent protests in Chile.