The one thing the Occupy movement is missing

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Occupy Wall Street protesters join a labor union rally in Foley Square in New York’s Financial District. (Jason DeCrow/AP)

The Occupy Wall Street protests that have now turned into a global movement have been an interesting development. Through the movement, we have seen that people are so fed up with corporate greed—backed by the complicity of Wall Street companies—that they have decided to speak out and attempt to shame the corporate giants into submission.

I don’t know if that will ever happen, but I do know this: Throughout all of the demonstrations, camping out at parks and challenging the status quo, it seems as if the Occupy movement has missed one very important thing. Continue reading