Education means different things to different people. To some it is considered a right. To some it is considered a privilege. To some it is going to a physical campus. To some you engage with instructors and classmates online. To some it involves opening books, reading and studying. To some it is spending time with an apprentice and learning a trade. To some it involves traveling to other places and cultures. To some it is simply the experience of life itself.
Here's the story of the original connection of Washington to Wall Street (and more). It is President George and a narrow street in lower Manhattan. Filmed in Los Angeles and on Wall Street in NYC on the site where the original occupiers, the Founding Fathers, created history.
As the conversations about all of our global problems escalate .. so does the focus on common ground or as our English friends say... the commons! Occupy Wall Street is hosting an amazing global event this weekend in Brooklyn, New York which is a forum called Making Worlds.
February marks the anniversaries of two key developments in the 99% and Occupy Wall Street Movements.In part one, one of the original organizers, David DeGraw talks about money out of politics, Interoccupy, Occupy 2.0, how he deals with ego issues, and more.