Occupy Congress

Lee Camp performed live in our nation's capitol just last week, on the four-month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. Immediately following this performance the thousands who were there stormed the steps of the Supreme Court and the White House. Read more...
These are the chronological events that took place on January 17th, 2012 by the Occupy Movement.Starting at the Capitol building, then proceeding to the Rayburn House Office Building. Marching up Constitution Ave. to the Supreme Court Building, and then back down ending at the White House. Read more...
Ray Lewis, a former captain with the Philadelphia Police Department, joins protesters with Occupy Congress rallying in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012. Protesters staged a demonstration timed to coincide with the House's return to Washington from its holiday recess. Read more...
This was just uploaded to Youtube, and is just beginning to be mentioned on Twitter this evening. All I can tell you about the video is that the incident supposedly happened earlier Wednesday, and that as police attempt to arrest an occupier, he is pulled away from the officers and freed. Read more...
Rumors circulating on Tuesday night at Occupy Congress that the Greyhound bus driver who kicked occupy protesters bound for DC off a bus in Amarillo,Texas turned out to be inaccurate. The driver has been suspended pending an investigation by Greyhound. Read more...

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Right now there's a lot of music, singing, conversation, with a general festive atmosphere. Read more...
The rain isn’t delaying the events of a long-planned protest, Occupy Congress, by members of the Occupy Wall Street movement. With an overwhelming general consensus that we are on the wrong track and that our “leaders” do not have our interests at heart, the occupiers met on Capitol Hill today for a day of events . Read more...
On January 17th, an Occupy "Call to Action" urges protestors to convene beginning at 9 a.m. EST on the West Front Lawn at Capitol Hill in an effort to bring the movement's message to the doorstep of Congressional lawmakers. Read more...