Links |
Howard Zinn said that the problem in this country is not civil disobedience, it’s civil obedience. Since the Occupy movement emerged in New York City in September 2011, thousand of people have been arrested exercising their freedom of speech and assembly while participating in Occupy actions.
The number continues to grow. This well organized site documents the arrests, where and when they happened, and links to published articles documenting them.

National Lawyers Guild |
If you or someone you know needs legal assistance or has been the victim of excessive police force or brutality at a protest or gathering, contact the National Lawyers Guild, a non-profit federation of lawyers, legal workers and law students who join in at Occupy protests, monitor police activity on the street and in jail, and are dedicated to the need for basic change in the structure of our political and economic system. NLG has been providing invaluable legal advice to movement folks who get inadvertently arrested at protests, as well as those who consciously commit civil disobedience.

Occupy Protest Support

Occupy Support Legal Hotlines:
New York City: (212) 679-6018; Los Angeles: (323) 696-2299; Washington, DC: (202) 957 2445; Chicago: (773) 309-1198; San Francisco: (415) 285-1011; New Orleans: (504) 875-0019; Baltimore: (410) 205-2850; Buffalo: (716) 332-4658; Minnesota:(612) 656-9108; Michigan: (313) 963-0843; Portland: (503) 902-5340; Boston: (617) 227-7335; Philadelphia : (267) 702-0477

InterOccupy |
We at InterOccupy seek to foster communication between individuals, Working Groups and local General Assemblies, across the movement. We do this in the spirit of the Occupy Movement and general assemblies which use direct democratic and horizontal decision-making processes in service to the interests of the 99%.

We are currently hosting weekly conference calls using the Maestro conference call technology that allows up to 500 people to interact productively on phones.  Maestro allows for smaller group breakout sessions so people with shared interests can connect in the middle of a large call.

Occupy The Hood |
An autonomous national grassroots movement comprised of activists, organizers and community members working with like-minded individuals and organizations across the US. Occupy The Hood stands in solidarity with any progressive organization or movement who desires and works towards the liberation, benefit and improvement of the quality of life of disenfranchised People of Color. From Occupation to Liberation, De-Colonize, Empower The Hood. People of Color, and in particular Black, Brown and Native/Indigenous People, have been disproportionately affected by the issues that the Occupy Movement has recently raised.Unemployment rates double nationwide, disproportionate incarceration rates, wealth gap, subprime mortgages/foreclosures.

Tidal |
Tidal offers theory and strategy as a means of empowering occupiers, whether actual of potential, to envision actions that ultimately transform existing power structures.  We hope these writings positively impact the Occupy Movement,
propel it forward, and clarify its goals.

IndieBound | is a community that helps people across the United States share and findindependently-owned businesses.