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In the aftermath of the hurricane, volunteers mobilized to provide aid to Rockaway residents. Twelve hundred and fifty one surveys were collected from residents living in Far Rockaways. Read more...
For the last 30 years New York officials were warned of a storm of historic proportions that could flood the subways, create widespread power outages, and hit the Rockaways peninsula especially hard... Read more...
A wealthy Missouri man posing as "Secret Santa" stunned New Yorkers recently, handing $100 bills to many in Staten Island who had lost everything to Superstorm Sandy. The Kansas City businessman is giving away $100,000 this holiday season, Read more...
In the days following Superstorm Sandy the Occupy Wall Street movement quickly mobilized their network bringing thousands of volunteers, donations, hot meals, and medical aide to the hardest hit areas. Working under the name 'Occupy Sandy' Read more...
If you missed Wednesday night's guerilla premiere of academy-award nominated director Josh Fox's new film "Occupy Sandy: A Human Response to the New Realities of Climate Change," you can watch it in its entirety above. What Action can you Read more...

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This Mini-documentary was shot on the afternoon of election day at St. Camillus Church and the surrounding areas in Far Rockaway, Queens. Read more...
Patricia Arquette tells how she joined efforts with Occupy Sandy to volunteer to help move supplies and bring them to the people who need them. Read more...
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. Read more...
Your browser does not support iframes. This webcast is an amazing thing to witness. @OccupySandy teaming up with a biker club to clean up homes in New York's Staten Island ravaged by the hurricane. Doing what FEMA can't, or won't. The Read more...
We Got This (Occupy Sandy) from Alex Mallis on Vimeo. Thousands in New York City remain without clean water, food, heat, or power. Relief efforts by locals offer continuing direct aid to the neighborhoods most affected by Hurricane Read more...