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Zuccotti at Midnight on the Eve

Occupiers rang in the New Year on Saturday night with a game of tug-of-war with the NYPD at Zuccotti Park. Instead of rope, however, activists and police officers struggled over the metal barricades that have surrounded the area since late September. Dawn Sunday saw the barriers replaced and the park closed to the public.

Posted on Jan 1, 2012 READ MORE



zio Paolino (CC-BY)

‘Go. Leave. You Can’t Be Here’

Neither Brookfield Properties nor the NYPD wants journalists asking questions about an unmarked truck that has been pointing a surveillance camera at protesters in Zuccotti Park for the past few weeks. So much so that a police officer declared journalist Nick Turse’s note-taking at the site to be illegal and ordered him to leave.

Posted on Nov 19, 2011 READ MORE


Security Guard at Zuccotti: ‘Your Fly’s Open, Faggot’

You may wonder what kind of goons Brookfield Properties—the owners of Zuccotti Park—hired to secure the area after Occupiers were evicted from the premises early Tuesday morning. At least one careless bigot numbered among the crowd.

Posted on Nov 17, 2011 READ MORE



ericwagner (CC-BY)

Protest Planet: How a Neoliberal Shell Game Created an Age of Activism

If you are wondering why outraged young people around the globe are chanting such similar slogans and using such similar tactics, it is because they have seen more clearly than their elders through the neoliberal shell game.

Posted on Nov 12, 2011 READ MORE



Peter Woodbridge (CC-BY)

OWS Prepares for Winter Hibernation

As members of the OWS encampment in New York City head into what promises to be a brutal winter, activists with differing notions about where the movement should go next can all agree on one thing: survival. (more)

Posted on Nov 12, 2011 READ MORE



Phillip Stearns (CC-BY)

Protesters Arrested Outside NYC Courthouse on Bank Transfer Day

At least 20 Occupy Wall Street protesters were arrested Saturday as police used nets to clear a sidewalk in front of a state courthouse in Lower Manhattan to make way for nonexistent pedestrians. (more)

Posted on Nov 6, 2011 READ MORE



mr. nightshade (CC-BY)

Pro-Israel Group Tries to Smear the Protesters

A right-wing, pro-Israel group called the Emergency Committee for Israel has released a commercial that portrays the ongoing protests against the cozy relationship between government and corporations as anti-Semitic. (more)

Posted on Oct 19, 2011 READ MORE



Alexander Reed Kelly

Ketcham Points Protesters Toward the Populists

Christopher Ketcham’s essay “The Reign of the One Percenters,” which we linked to a few weeks ago, shows how long-standing American individual and group behavior visible nationwide is profoundly determined by inequitable consumer capitalism. With the occupation of Wall Street gaining momentum, Ketcham revisits the subject to offer protesters some historical perspective. (more)

Posted on Oct 15, 2011 READ MORE


What Do You Want for Your Country?

Contrary to the assertions of much of the Congress and the mainstream media, those “99 percent” members who have staked their ground in New York City’s Liberty Plaza know what they want, and in a video here nine of them tell you in a few words. (more)

Posted on Oct 14, 2011 READ MORE



Alexander Reed Kelly

The Sign That Could Evict the Wall Street Occupiers

On or before Oct. 13, someone affixed flimsy signs announcing new rules for the use of Zuccotti Park to the granite walls enclosing the place where anti-Wall Street protesters have camped for almost a month. UPDATED

Posted on Oct 14, 2011 READ MORE



AP / Mary Altaffer

OWS Declares Victory as Liberty Plaza Cleanup Is Postponed

Occupy Wall Street: 1, Mayor Bloomberg: 0. After the New York City mayor’s sketchy sanitation plan for Zuccotti Park—or, if you will, Liberty Plaza—was postponed on Friday, OWS members were bullish, making it clear on their website that this development constituted a victory ... (more)

Posted on Oct 14, 2011 READ MORE



Alexander Reed Kelly

N.Y. Laborers Local Takes a Stand at Liberty Plaza

Mike Hellstrom, a construction and private sanitation worker for more than two decades, has been involved in union work for 27 years, and he’s tired of watching his friends and colleagues lose their benefits and earnings after laboring for their entire adult lives. (more)

Posted on Oct 12, 2011 READ MORE


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