Interoccupy Hubs

InterOccupy Hubs allow anyone to use a set of organizing tools for coordinating large-scale projects easily for greatest impact and reach. Visit the Hubs below to see the work being done by people in the Occupy movement, and get involved!

If you already have a group together and want to to Start a Hub yourself, click here.

If you are just thinking about starting a Hub you are interested in, but don’t yet have a group of people to work with on it, then we recommend you Request a 1-time Call first to find some collaborators.

New Hubs

@ferguson
InterOccupy.net is aggregating the information it can find from around the net in one place for the people wanting to support our brothers and sisters in Ferguson, MO fighting oppression and working for justice and human rights.

@OccupytheMedia
Check out Occupy the Media Collective’s daily podcasts.

@NatGat2014
Occupy Sacramento is hosting the next National Gathering in Summer 2014!

@OCGR
Occupy Grassroots supports community development by working to foster collaboration.

@StopDocAbuse
Digital journalists joining forces to expose and ultimately end physician abuse and malpractice.

 
 

Action Hubs

These hubs have a primary purpose of organizing for a specific action

@7sixteen56
An action to commemorate the death of Trayvon Martin.

@occupytheeconomy
General Assemblies at each occupation with the goal of bringing the entire economy under direct democratic control.

@OccupySandy
Occupy Sandy is a coordinated relief effort to help distribute resources & volunteers to help neighborhoods and people affected by Hurricane Sandy. We are a coalition of people & organizations who are dedicated to implementing aid and establishing hubs for neighborhood resource distribution. Members of this coalition are from Occupy Wall Street, 350.org, recovers.org, InterOccupy.net and many individual volunteers.

@OccupySandyNJ
Occupy Sandy is a coordinated relief effort to help distribute resources & volunteers to help neighborhoods and people affected by Hurricane Sandy. We are a coalition of people & organizations who are dedicated to implementing aid and establishing hubs for neighborhood resource distribution. Members of this coalition are from Occupy, 350.org, and InterOccupy.net and many individual volunteers.

@pandaunite
Stop the indefinite detention of any person, anywhere in the U.S., defeat the NDAA, restore America to Constitutional Governance.

@ReclaimEducation
Coordinating a Global Strike for Students around the World.

@TTSInternational
A coordination hub for Occupy actions during upcoming global events.

@Via22
Global call to action on the 22nd of each month/Appel aux actions globales le 22 de chaque mois/Llamado a acciones globales los 22 de cada mes! #via22

Issue Hubs

These hubs have a primary purpose of creating a space for people to connect around a specific issue

@OccupyEMFharm
Occupy Electronic Harassment / Microwave Dangers.

@OccupyHomes
Occupy Our Homes is a movement that supports Americans who stand up to their banks and fight for their homes.

@OWSLOC
Bringing together radical labor activism and solidarity campaigns across OWS.

Regional Hubs

These hubs have a primary purpose of connecting local occupations together that are within a specified geographical region

@Occupy Middle East
Get updates on the latest in Egypt from activists on the ground.

Occupation Hubs

These hubs are maintained by local occupations, and their primary purpose is to channel events and updates from the local occupations to InterOccupy

Project Hubs

These hubs have a primary purpose of creating a space for people to work on a project together

@InterOcc
The InterOccupy Planning Hub is the space for organizing and developing the communication channels offered via InterOccupy.

@NatGat2
Occupy National Gathering 2013 in Kalamazoo, MI, Aug 21-25. For Personal, Local, National, Global Change.


National discussion regarding Occupy and other grassroots movements.

@Reclaim
Framework for action to advance the Open Source Imperative, The People’s Patent Process, and The Local Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.

Identity Hubs

These hubs have a primary purpose of connecting people who identify as part of a particular group

@AAPF–TravonMartin
Conference event bringing together organizers and leading scholars and racial justice advocates to discuss the Trayvon Martin trial.

@OccupyMarines
We are occupy marines. We are vets that are tired of our constitution is being stepped on… We are the 99 percent…

@WomenOccupy
Women Occupy offers a space to connect, share, learn, and build. At Women Occupy we are working to aggregate and create resources of particular relevance to women and members of the occupy movement who are committed to confronting patriarchy, heterosexism and transphobia.