The wave of Occupy protests in 2011 was forcibly suppressed. But it changed public debate, inspiring a generation of activists
Filmed September 17th, 2012, during Occupy Wall Street’s first anniversary celebration action, details 10 arrests that took place over the span of 87 minutes. While at first glance many of the individual arrests appear to be arbitrary, careful analysis from the videographers illustrates a larger picture wherein the NYPD’s actions are calculated and designed to derail the protestors ability to effectively assemble.
Two years after Occupy Wall Street was founded we are still here, and so are our problems. On September 17th, and every day - take the street, take your jobs, take back your money, take back your power. Organize.
The first anniversary of Occupy Wall Street was a joyous affair for the 99%...
Sierra Adamson breaks down this week's We are Change wrap-up.
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On the first anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, GRITtv host Laura Flanders talks to journalist Arun Gupta and organizer Marina Sitrin about the movement’s impact and future role in American life and politics.
The movement of the 99% gathered on Friday in NYC's financial district for three days of protests, anniversary celebration and education.
Tom Morello stirs the Occupy movement into action with a performance of "This Land is Your Land" in Foley Square ahead of Occupy Wall Street's one year anniversary on September 17, 2012.
Random arrests in NYC on Monday, September 17, 2012. In LeaguePress reporter Anaheim James brutalized and arrested by NYPD on #S17. Anonymous had a message for Occupy Wall Street's 1 year anniversary: "The
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