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Why Americans Became More Responsible About Spending Money

Saving less because we don't need it. Full story

Key financial justice fight happening outside of spotlight

   Alexis Goldstein, formerly a vice president at Deutsche Bank and Merrill Lynch, now an Occupy Wall Street activist, talks with Chris Hayes about revelations in a hearing by the Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations that J.P. Morgan officials were not forthcoming with what they knew about

Occupy group offers debt forgiveness for Americans

   As lawmakers in Washington continue to intensely focus on the national debt and deficit, millions of Americans are dealing with debt woes of their own. Amin Husain, editor of Tidal Magazine; Sarah Ludwig, co-director of the Neighborhood Economic Development Project; and Doug Henwood, editor of Left

Occupy Sandy: Protesters become organized volunteers

   No strangers to rough weather, thousands of New Yorkers who participated in the Occupy movement have mobilized to pack supplies, organize drivers and cook meals for those affected by Superstorm Sandy. NBC’s Katy Tur reports.

Occupy protest turns violent in Oregon

   More than a dozen Occupy protesters were pepper-sprayed during a clash with police on the streets of Portland, Oregon. KGW’s Jacqueline Sit reports.

Filmmaker of 'How to Survive a Plague' shares evolution of ACT UP

   Amin Husain, an Occupy Wall Street activist and former Wall Street corporate lawyer; Alexis Goldstein, an Occupy Wall Street activist and former VP at Merrill Lynch and Deutsche Bank; filmmaker David France join Up host Chris Hayes to talk about France's documentary "How to Survive a Plague."

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  How social change happens

The Up w/ Chris Hayes panelists compare the movements started by Occupy Wall Street and ACT UP as they talk about how social change happens.

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