These are themed days of action in resistance to the system and in solidarity with the 99%. Individual, autonomous affinity groups welcome to plan whatever inspires them. 10/1 – SHUT DOWN K STREET day of action. Meet at 7 AM at McPherson
Occupy Peeps Street The Occupy Wall Street movement can't be stopped - not even in Peepville! Protesters Re-Occupy Minneapolis: At least a dozen Occupy Minnesota protesters were arrested as their return to Minneapolis became heated
Screams of anger, panic, and pain began to cut through the grey air, and I managed to get back into the crowd a bit, away from the police. In the midst of the pressed and screaming crowd I saw two occupiers, Mo and Georgia, find each other, and hug. They stayed there, oblivious to the cacophony around them, both their eyes glassy and vacant and a little too wide open.
Protesters from the Washington offshoot of Occupy Wall Street vowed to return to their camp in the US capital, which was all but dismantled by park police during a weekend clampdown.
National Park Police invaded Occupy DC, McPherson Square in the early hours of Saturday morning with riot police, a dozen horses and a strategic plan to eliminate the encampment. Then throughout the day, they went section by section with a fully
Seven protesters were arrested after a pre-dawn raid on the Occupy D.C. camp in McPherson Square on Saturday, with dozens of police clearing away tents, debris and some dead rodents.
A day after an Occupy DC protester was tased in the back by a Park Police officer, the media was out in force at Occupy DC. Monday to cover the Park Police’s noon deadline against camping at McPherson Square and Freedom Plaza, the largest
Monday at McPherson Square, Occupy DC made its last stand against the Park Police's 12 p.m. no camping enforcement by hanging a huge blue tarp called "Tent of Dreams" over the statue of Major General James "Birdseye" McPherson.
The eviction of Occupy DC was ordered for noon today, and others have joined the crowd at McPherson Square as they vow to defend their encampment. Some of the group have packed their things and left already. No sign of police yet, but they often wait until the wee morning hours to carry out these evictions.
Park police used a tased an Occupy DC protester during an arrest after he was subdued and cuffed...
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