Occupy Wall Street Roundup

by disorderly on November 16, 2011

Internet Blacklist Bill could shut down Facebook, Twitter | DemandProgress.org


Reporters Being Arrested, Prevented From Covering “Occupy” Raids

By now we’ve all heard of the Occupy Wall Street movement, the protests that began in New York and have spread to various cities across the

country and world. Though they are criticized for being unorganized and having no central identifiable goals, most cities’ Occupy protestors are there to bring attention to the growing wealth gap and the power of big corporations and banks. Interestingly, however, it isn’t just protestors that are being arrested—so are many reporters who are covering the movement. [read full article]

State of Siege USA: Why Would They Want to Shut the #OWS Movement Down NOW?

100 March on NYPD 1st Precinct to Demand Dignity

By OccupyWallStreet

Zuccotti clean up disgusting even to sanitation workers


Bikes lend support to historic protest at Occupy Portland

Bike Portland | Posted by Jonathan Maus

Occupy Wall Street eviction – Protester talking about throwing Molotov Cocktails at Macy’s

Exclusive video: Inside Occupy Boston

Lights Aligned
Creative Commons License photo credit: Biggunben

Boston Herald | By Herald Staff

Now it’s Occupy’s turn. Armed with his camera, Occupy Boston documentarian Liam Leahy has been recording life in the tent city for the past month.

Help Needed Retrieving Books!

Friends of the People’s Library needs help!

The City is freeing our seized books, magazines and other materials at 650 57th Street (entrance at 56th nr or 12th St.), but we need people with cars and people who can help load those cars.


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