Analysis of the Occupy movement in the field of social work has primarily emphasized structural analysis positioning the social worker as reformist and advocate. This article suggests to better understand the complexity of oppression, critical social workers can develop critical consciousness. Anti-oppressive, postcolonial, transnational feminist, and queer frameworks are utilized to understand the experiences of diverse people throughout our post-colonial world. The creation of space which fosters inclusive participation is explored. Positioning the critical social worker in the Decolonize/Occupy movement is used as an example to define participatory practices and generative spaces as these concepts relate to feminist social work.