As we all now know, the social media team at the NYPD are geniuses! Using #myNYPD to encourage New Yorkers to post pictures of fond memories with the police.
Weekly Round-Up: Actions, events and Occupy in the news.
Starting Saturday June 1st, 2013, Occupy will be holding a homecoming celebration in Zuccotti Park, NYC to occupy the space where our movement began.
Two New York City police officials involved in separate incidents during the Occupy Wall Street protests won't face criminal charges, according to a report from NBC News New York.
Support Kimani Gray's community and all communities of color besieged by police violence, by coming out for a mass march Sunday the 24th.
Occupy Here Now - from Panaman Pictures on Vimeo. A short film featuring some familiar sites from Occupy Wall Street, set to music, and starring "Anonymous." Panaman Pictures presents the Prologue of "Occupy Here Now." Directed by
. The above Youtube video contains the audio of a 911 call that the New York Police Department tried to keep secret. After over a year of requests, The Associated Press finally received access to a 911 tape the New York Police Department
A group of Occupy protesters -- the Guitarmy -- who marched from Philadelphia to NYC converged with local demonstrators at Zuccotti Park this afternoon, where two activists were arrested and a woman collapsed during a chaotic confrontation with the NYPD.
Thousands of people from civil rights groups walked down New York City's Fifth Avenue in total silence Sunday, marching in protest of "stop-and-frisk" tactics employed by city police.
Stop and Frisk from Nina Berman on Vimeo. Nina Berman is a documentary photographer based in New York City with a particular interest in the American political and social landscape. She is the author of two monographs, "Purple Hearts -
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