On March 17 , Occupy Wall Street demonstrators gathered for their Six month anniversary, where people re-occupied Zuccotti Park. This footage begins around 9 O'clock p.m.,and shows the gathering that took place along with many of the arrests...
Still Here. Still Free. #M17 marks six months of American occupation and raising of social consciousness. Zuccotti Park is re-occupied. Liberty Park is open once again. 99%, take a chance. When you're ready, #Occupy is here.
An Occupy Wall Street protester says police gave demonstrators little warning before kicking them out of a New York City park overnight and that officers beat many of them during the arrests.
According to Twitter sources, there are at least 1,000 people in Zucotti Park right now. Various media outlets are reporting "a few hundred" protesters...
Literally at the very moment that Mayor 1 percent himself was beginning an early morning press conference to defend the even earlier morning raid and destruction of the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Zucotti Park, an early rising judge ordered that Bloomberg could not unilaterally usurp the Constitution.
Early Tuesday morning, riot gear clad NYPD surrounded Zucotti Park, then moved in what appears to be a desperate attempt to clear the area of protesters, their tents, personal belongings, as well as any and all traces that the birthplace of the "Occupy" movement that has swept the nation ever existed at all.
At around 9:00pm on November 11, a generator was seized by a plainclothes man, according to multiple bystanders in Zucotti Park. Community affairs and police on site confirmed on this video that the Fire Marshall had removed
Get ready to raise your lighters up, here's another video of David Crosby and Graham Nash from their live performance at Zucotti Park in Manhattan yesterday.
The pair discuss their impressions of the Occupy Wall Street movement with Keith. The duo also performs an original song a cappella.
Members of the New York City chapter of <a href="http://ivaw.org/">Iraq Veterans Against the War </a>and dozens of other uniformed veterans known as "Veterans of the 99%" pause in front of the New York Stock Exchange while marching from Vietnam Veterans Plaza to Zucotti Park where the Occupy Wall Street movement is centered on November 2, 2011 in New York City.
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