Democracy Now! is broadcasting under power outage conditions as they, and much of New York City, are without electricity after Superstorm Sandy pounded the East Coast. They continue their coverage of Sandy by looking at how it has impacted
From Framed Crooks: "Last September 17th, as part of a wave of global protest, people from across the country raced to the heart of New York's financial district to occupy Wall Street. In the face of big banks foreclosing on our homes,
The Illuminator - Occupy's Bat Signal - journeyed to Midtown Manhattan earlier this week to project a film trailer on the side of Trump Tower calling out Donald Trump for the environmental atrocities he is committing on the Scottish coast, which include destroying pristine dunes and coastal land so the 1% can play golf...
Occupy Wall Street didn't just go to sleep on November 17th and wake up on May 1st. Since its triumphant trek across the Brooklyn Bridge, the movement has been marching, occupying, organizing—and training. Warm-ups at Zuccotti Park each
Watch NYPD use noise violations and disorderly conduct accusations to intimidate and arrest Occupy Wall Street protesters, including Matt of WeAreChange.
Video streaming by Ustream Livestream of Occupy Wall Street's protestors sleeping on the sidewalks around the nearby New York Stock Exchange on Thursday night. They say they are back in full force to draw attention to income
Spring Training is a series of weekly Friday afternoon exercises developed by the Occupy Wall Street Direct Action Work Group to improve communication, coordination, and build team spirit in marches leading up to May Day. The weekly exercises culminate in the "People's Gong" in front of the New York Stock Exchange, an action designed to raise the voices of the 99% in contrast to the NYSE's closing bell representing the 1%.