Occupy Movement and Economic Inequality
Supporters of the “Occupy Movement” talked about the state and future of the movement. The Occupy Movement began in 2011… read more
Supporters of the “Occupy Movement” talked about the state and future of the movement. The Occupy Movement began in 2011 as a protest movement against social and economic inequality. Topics included the electoral process and the ability of the Obama administration and the Democratic Party to address the issues important to the movement. The panelists responded to questions from members of the audience.
This was an event in the Ideas Matter series hosted by the Political Science Department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Boston Review. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Sally Haslanger Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology->Philosophy
- Chris Hedges Senior Fellow Nation Institute
- Nadeem Mazen Chief Executive Officer Serious Business Design and Consulting
- Debra Satz Director Stanford University->McCoy (Bowen H.) Family Center for Ethics in Society
- J. Phillip Thompson Associate Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology->Department of Urban Studies and Planning
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