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    Reflections on Occupy Wall Street, with photos, fun, and good wishes for the future. eBook, Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? (Only $.99 !) In the eBook, the Occupy movement is explored through original reporting, photographs, cartoons, poetry, essays, and reviews.The collection of essays and blog posts records the unfolding of Occupy into the culture from September 2011 to the present.  Authors Kimberly Wilder and Ian Wilder were early supporters of Occupy, using their internet platforms to communicate the changes being created by the American Autumn.

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Stop-and-Frisk Down, Safety Up: NYCLU

Stop-and-frisk incidents have fallen dramatically while crime in New Stop & FriskYork City remains at record lows, according to data analysis released by the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU).

Stop NYPD Stop and Frisk? NYCLU has a App for That

NYCLU Releases “Stop and Frisk Watch” Phone App to Fight Back Against NYPD Stops The New York Civil Liberties Union today unveiled “Stop and Frisk Watch” – a free and innovative smart phone application that will empower New Yorkers to monitor police activity and hold the NYPD accountable for unlawful stop-and-frisk encounters and other police […]

NYCLU Analysis Reveals Bloomberg NYPD Street Stops Soar 600%

NYCLU Analysis Reveals NYPD Street Stops Soar 600% Over Course of Bloomberg Administration http://wp.me/p24I1H-7ku @nyclu #frisk #nypd #bloomberg

Tues late afternoon: Occupy Wall Street verdict is in…DENIED

Occupy Wall Street ruling is in. Judge rules…Against Occupy Wall Street having a full encampment with tents. Confirmed by Guardian UK From AP Twitter, as read near Liberty Square – Judge rules AGAINST tents. As people process the ruling, there may be more pieces. Not sure what people are going to do right now on […]

As court deliberates, two statements against Bloomberg’s eviction of OWS – Green Party & NYCLU

(And, of utmost importance, be sure to go into NYC this Thursday, Nov 17th. We are going to occupy the whole city! Info at OccupyWallSt: here. Long Islanders will meet at the LI Waiting Room of Penn Station at 3:30pm Thursday.) (Court Update from The Guardian:” 2.02pm: The supreme court hearing has now finished, and […]

What’s going on at Wall Street today?

Update! Tuesday, November 15, 2011: Mayor Bloomberg and NYPD evicted protesters from Liberty Square. Judge issued court order that should not be/have been evicted. Bloomberg defying order (under guise of reading paperwork). Hearing at 11am. Meanwhile, folks gathering at 6th and Canal AND Foley Square. Zucotti Park seems to be closed this morning. (Update at […]

In NYC Education: Stakeholders finally win a round (Cathie Black to resign)

Kimberly writes: Cathleen Black was appointed by arrogant, NYC Mayor Bloomberg. She needed and received a waiver from the NY Regents, because she did not have any education background or credentials. Now that she is gone, let’s get rid of the Regents that voted YES for her. And, let’s demand an open process to hire […]

When politicians trample on education

Kimberly writes: If you can read this, and you care about children, please help. Please consider running for appointment to the NY State Board of Regents, or finding someone to propose to be appointed. Regent Saul B Cohen has retired. So, a Regent is needed from the 9th Supreme Court Judicial District, the area of […]

Native Americans protest Bloomberg comments

(excerpt from) The Albany Times Union blog Busloads of Native American tribal members heading for NYC Monday, August 23, 2010 by James M. Odato in General Tribal members from as far away as the Seneca territory planned to meet in New York City this morning to protest outside city hall. Their rally was motivated by […]

Guv cand Hawkins (G-NY) Defends Community Gardens 8/10/10

The only way that the Green Party can regain ballot status in NY is to get 50,000 votes for their Governor candidate in 2010. This opportunity comes only once every four years, and it only applies to the Governor’s race. Gaining ballot status will enable the Green Party to run more peace candidates, more single-payer […]

Rev Billy prophetic: Reports say Bloomberg spent $102 million dollars

On election day, November 3, 2009, a whimsical post appeared at the Reverend Billy for Mayor of NYC website. Reverend Billy’s campaign claimed that, since he had just won $100 million dollars in the lottery, Reverend Billy now had a fair chance to beat Mayor Bloomberg for Mayor. Here is the headline: “REV. BILLY TALEN […]

At 10% precincts reporting, news calls for Bloomberg win

(excerpt from Politico) Bloomberg III NBC called the New York mayor’s race just now, with Mike Bloomberg up about 7 percent and just under 10 percent of precincts reporting. So, it looks likely that Bloomberg has won a third term. Though, I think it is odd to call the race with only 10% reporting. Of […]

Reverend Billy gets a blog endorsement

from Handy Instrumental The New Mayor of NYC (including a big photo of Reverend Billy with his choir behind him.) At first I didn’t care. “He’s fine.” I thought of Uncle Mike, “I don’t love everything that he does, but at least there are more bike lanes.”

At NYC Mayor debates, third parties rise up: Rev. Billy heckles; socialists ejected; lots of press coverage

Green Party Mayor candidate Reverend Billy Talen and other third party candidates were excluded from the October 13th Mayoral debate. Talen attended, heckled, and was escorted out of the venue. A commenter at the NY Times site says that two supporters of the Party for Socialism and Liberation candidate Frances Villar were also thrown out. Reverend Billy received extensive press coverage, including: The NY Times; The Daily News; Gotham Schools; Ballot Access News and The Village Voice.