Poems from the Occupy Movement

Pam Annas, Joan Annsfire, Christopher Bernard, Peter Neil Carroll, Billy Clem, Eric Evans, Alicia Hoffman, Karen Lillis, Catherine McGuire, Fred Marchant, Hilton Obenzinger, Najaya Royal, Alice Weiss, Mickey Z

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From the beginning of the Occupy Movement, poetry has occupied a major supporting role.  Both the New York and Boston encampments immediately set up a library tent, and poetry readings were a regular part of the camp’s activities.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/rt.2013.20

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