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    Occupy Wall Street: What Just Happened? eBook

    Thinking about Hong Kong? Reflections on the previous,NYS/US phase of the occupy/democracy spirit. 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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Democracy Now!: OWS Protester Cecily McMillan Convicted of Assaulting Cop, Faces up to 7 Years

Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan has been found guilty of assaulting a New York City police officer in a trial that critics say should have been about the police assaulting her.

Protests continue for Brooklyn teen shot by NYPD

Kimani “Kiki” Gray, age 16, was shot by police on Saturday night. Protests and vigils are continuing in his neighborhood. There is an excellent story at Gothamist (hat tip to Occupy Wall St NYC Twitter for the link). Excerpt below. The whole story gives interesting details, and perspectives from the family, neighborhood, and status quo. […]

NYCLU Sues NYPD Over Arrest for Filming Stop-and-Frisk

The New York Civil Liberties Union today filed a federal lawsuit challenging the NYPD’s unlawful arrest of a Brooklyn woman for recording a stop-and-frisk encounter in her Brooklyn neighborhood.

NYCLU: NYPD Stop-and-Frisk Panel is PR, Not Reform

In a story in The Wall Street Journal, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) has announced the creation of an advisory panel with 12 hand-picked representatives from the community as its response to the groundswell of opposition that has emerged against the Department’s unlawful and discriminatory stop-and-frisk program, a move dismissed by the leadership […]

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: Kelly’s Stop-and-Frisk Letter is PR, Not Reform

Until the mayor and police commissioner recognize that the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk program is fundamentally broken, the steps outlined today by NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly to “increase public confidence” in the Department will do nothing to reform a practice that regularly violates the constitutional rights of hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers from communities of color

NYCLU Finds NYPD Stop-and-Frisk Practices Ineffective & Racist

The New York Civil Liberties Union today released an analysis of new NYPD data that provides a detailed picture of the Police Department’s stop-and-frisk program, including new insights on the program’s stark racial disparities and its ineffectiveness in recovering illegal firearms.

NYPD Arrests NYCLU Legal Observer at Occupy Wall Street event

KW writes: The police must learn to change. The police must learn to respect people who are protesting. And, police departments should learn to fire police officers who are caught doing wrong. In addition, the public should have easy ways to recall politicians like Mayor Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, who allow bad cops […]

Monday Morning: Action at Occupy Wall Street in NYC (Please watch and support)

Story with video link at OccupyWallSt.org An officer from the Parks Department is trying to convince this small group to apply for a permit to occupy the steps. Tense decisions being made by occupiers about standing their ground in the face of possible arrest. Please consider going to help, or watching/supporting on live video. This […]

Video: OWS Activist Cecily McMillan Describes Seizure, Bodily Injuries in Arrest by NYPD

Video: OWS Activist Cecily McMillan Describes Seizure, Bodily Injuries in Arrest by NYPD

This Saturday – March 24 – Occupy in NYC

Also, Sat. March 24th on Long Island: A peace, justice, occupy event 12:15 in Port Jefferson Info: here. ____________________ Let Freedom Spring! NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly must resign! The 1%’s police proxies have been attempting to suppress our peaceful protests, sparking a response we haven’t seen since last September. But we need your help! […]

Last Night: Police rise to new level of abuse and violence against Occupy demonstrators

Two things: One: I believe that one reason the NYPD was as arrogant and violent as they were last night, is because of new policies and legislation passed by Obama and Congress in the last few weeks. People need to slow down and check out what our entire government – both parties – have been […]

Occupy Wall Street update: (Who did NYPD target last night?)

Sunday morning, January 1, 2012: I think this site is now streaming live in NYC: http://www.livestream.com/occupynyc2 Occupy Wall Street folks were definitely active until 5am on the streets. I think they are still gathered as of late morning, Sunday, January 1, 2012. Last night was a busy night in NYC. Hundreds of thousands of people […]

OWS on New Year’s Eve: After midnight – some in park, some on the march

Updates and live streaming links at occupywallst.org. Live Updates from the Ground (As reported at occupywallst.org on New Year’s Eve): 12:45pm EST: Thousands still in the Square, as a march leaves Liberty. Headed down Broadway, police moving in pursuit. 12:40pm EST: The party continues at Liberty. Cops have backed down for now. The barricades are […]

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