The Media Co-op has launched a platform to cover Occupy actions across Canada.
Go to http://mediacoop.ca/occupy for coverage of the movement across the country and to upload stories and photos from Occupy actions in your own community.
That's why we're excited to launch Media Co-op Occupy at http://mediacoop.ca/occupy: an online platform to aggregate and disseminate information from the millions of voices expressing in their own words why they are participating in the Occupy movement. It's also crucial to acknowledge that across Canada we are living on occupied Indigenous land, and so have integrated Decolonize into the same platform.
How does it work? Visit http://mediacoop.ca/occupy to view articles, videos and photos alongside feeds from other sites and live twitter content sorted by city and hashtags, including #decolonize and #occupy.
To add your own content, you can simply tag your Twitter posts with your local hashtags (send your suggestions for additional feeds to firstname.lastname@example.org). Or to upload videos, photo essays and articles directly to the site, create an account (or make sure you are logged-in), join the group and then use the links to add your content. You can also use those same links to embed video from most video-sharing sites, or photo sets from Flickr.
Like the Occupy movement, it's a work in progress that will keep growing, so send any suggestions, questions, or bug reports to: email@example.com.
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