Occupy Wall Street takes a new direction: It’s an “open-source” movement

Via Scoop.itDemand Transformation

“The occupation is incredibly important as a symbol, as an organizing platform and as a model,” said another active participant, Max Berger. “But ultimately the impact the movement will have is a result of organizing that takes place outside the park.”   “The way it works is, right now we have a set of tactics and a core message we’re associated with,” said Mr. Berger. “Those things are valuable, and we’ll use them. But as we grow and develop, we’ll diversify our tactics, expand our message and speak to different audiences that are a critical part of the 99%. What that looks like is open to discussion.”
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