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This week, Democracy Now!'s team has been on the ground reporting live from COP23, the UN Climate Summit in Bonn, Germany. From the industry panelists in their corporate suites to the activists and scientists protesting in the streets, Democracy Now! has been there, shining a spotlight on corporate and government abuses of power while bringing forward the voices of those who are standing up to the madness: the ordinary heroes of these extraordinary times. Democracy Now! is different than other news programs because we don't accept government, corporate or advertising dollars—we count on you, our global audience, to fund our work.Will you donate $3 today to support Democracy Now!'s vital reporting? If you visit us daily or weekly or even just once a month, please do your part today.

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Occupy Wall Street

Inspired by the massive public protests in Cairo’s Tahrir Square and Madrid’s Puerta del Sol Square, hundreds occupied Zuccotti Park near Wall Street from Sept. 17 to Nov. 15, 2011, as part of a campaign dubbed “Occupy Wall Street.” Developing a common slogan “We are the 99 percent,” solidarity encampments and demonstrations have been organized across the United States and the world to call for economic, political and social change. A global day of action on Oct. 15 drew protests in 1,500 cities world-wide, including more than 100 in the United States. #OWS #Occupy

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