Openings: Anarchist Reflections on Occupy Grand Rapids
Openings: Anarchist Reflections on Occupy Grand Rapids is a look back at the Occupy Wall Street phenomenon as it manifested itself in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The zine explores how anarchists engaged with and participated in Occupy. From the initial start of Occupy Grand Rapids, to its effective conclusion after a failed “re-occupation,” this zine looks at Occupy’s use of anarchist ideas, the debate over demands, the participation of the left, and the response of the traditional activist groups in town. The zine uses lessons from Occupy to raise larger questions about anarchist action.
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