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Superstorm Research Lab Launches White Paper: A Tale of Two Sandys

Superstorm Research Lab has released the first in-depth report that examines a wide cross-section of post-Sandy perspectives, including policymakers in New York City Hall, individuals whose lives were acutely affected, established NGOs, and community-based organizations like Occupy Sandy.

1 Year After Sandy: Join Us

Tomorrow, we will mark one year since Hurricane Sandy altered thousands of lives across New York and New Jersey. Many are still fighting to recover their homes, their communities, their careers, and their lives. Occupy Sandy’s all-volunteer network has been there every step of the way, providing support and mutual aid, often through sheer willpower alone. You are part of this community, and to continue being active on the ground we need your help.

1 Year After Sandy: Join Us

Tomorrow, we will mark one year since Hurricane Sandy altered thousands of lives across New York and New Jersey. Many are still fighting to recover their homes, their communities, their careers, and their lives. Occupy Sandy’s all-volunteer network has been there every step of the way, providing support and mutual aid, often through sheer willpower alone. You are part of this community, and to continue being active on the ground we need your help.

1 Year After Sandy: Join Us

Tomorrow, we will mark one year since Hurricane Sandy altered thousands of lives across New York and New Jersey. Many are still fighting to recover their homes, their communities, their careers, and their lives. Occupy Sandy’s all-volunteer network has been there every step of the way, providing support and mutual aid, often through sheer willpower alone. You are part of this community, and to continue being active on the ground we need your help.

1 Year After Sandy: Join Us

Tomorrow, we will mark one year since Hurricane Sandy altered thousands of lives across New York and New Jersey. Many are still fighting to recover their homes, their communities, their careers, and their lives. Occupy Sandy’s all-volunteer network has been there every step of the way, providing support and mutual aid, often through sheer willpower alone. You are part of this community, and to continue being active on the ground we need your help.

1 Year After Sandy: Join Us

Tomorrow, we will mark one year since Hurricane Sandy altered thousands of lives across New York and New Jersey. Many are still fighting to recover their homes, their communities, their careers, and their lives. Occupy Sandy’s all-volunteer network has been there every step of the way, providing support and mutual aid, often through sheer willpower alone. You are part of this community, and to continue being active on the ground we need your help.

Occupy, Solidarities, and Net Work

I am often asked, usually in a pejorative tone, “What has Occupy even accomplished?” As a sociologist though, these questions make me wonder “How do occupiers accomplish anything? How are projects made? How are they spread? Under what conditions are they successful? What do failed projects have in common?”