Throughout the years, the city, being a space of clash between classes, has been studied by many thinkers and theorists. The conversation is focused on its exploitative aspects through the capitalism expressed not only in the workplace but on every level of everyday life. However, at the same time, one can detect, in the dynamics of the city, the possibility of social revolution initiated, through its various claiming movements, by those who are being exploited, suppressed, excluded and controlled. In order to pinpoint all the above in our time, the financial crisis is being assessed as a definitive factor, while we examine the international framework focusing at the same time on the way it surfaced in the Greek region. The consequences of the crisis have been disastrous for the majority as it affected directly the income, the work framework as well as the daily life of people. At the same time, the general crisis effect is examined as well as the specific strategies leading to the exploitation of the space through it. Nevertheless, these changes have naturally produced social reaction and resistance. Thus, following, there will be some examples of claiming struggles that took place in Greece in the past few years focusing on their forms, characteristics and objectives. From the Indignant movement to the various forms of claim, fight and organization of the people in clubs and initiatives, the question of whether there is the possibility of anti-capitalistic overthrow in order to acquire the right in the city still stands.