No Room In the Inn

Abby Zimet

As Occupy Wall Street held 24-hour holiday events, including a candlelight protest outside the New York Stock Exchange, the OWS Interfaith group Occupy Faith continued to negotiate with Trinity Church for a space of their own, arguing for the place of faith in "the margins, the wilderness, the cold and dark" where too often "we are taught to close our doors." Video by Occupy Faith, the Yes Men and Posterboy Collective

"We ask ourselves, 'Do our traditions deal with, confront, the real world, real life vectors of class and money and race and power? Are we doing that, and if we're not, then what are we?'"


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