Ian Thompson

ANSWER Coalition

Guest

Activist member of the ANSWER coalition (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) and a participant in Occupy LA

Ian Thompson on KCRW

The  latest Field Poll  shows California voters evenly split on the "Occupy" movement. Those who identify think financial institutions are responsible for today's economy.

Occupy Movement's Last Gasp or a New Beginning?

The latest Field Poll shows California voters evenly split on the "Occupy" movement. Those who identify think financial institutions are responsible for today's economy.

from Which Way, L.A.?

New York Police roughly ousted Occupy Wall Street campers in Zuccotti Park, and occupations in cities around the country had similar endings.

Occupy Movement's Last Gasp or a New Beginning?

New York Police roughly ousted Occupy Wall Street campers in Zuccotti Park, and occupations in cities around the country had similar endings.

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Police in riot gear from Oakland and seven neighboring cities lined up to  evict protesters  occupying the City's Frank H. Ogawa Plaza at 5am this morning.

'Occupy Oakland' Is Over, at Least for Now

Police in riot gear from Oakland and seven neighboring cities lined up to evict protesters occupying the City's Frank H. Ogawa Plaza at 5am this morning.

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