A Poetic Scene On Wall Street: 14 arrests and one, really loud poet!

Follow on Live Video At www.ustream.tv/wearechange What a wonderful, beautiful, symbolic scene! Alex Carvalho is a poet-occupier who was arrested for starting a Mic Chec (which I think was a poem). As he was being arrested,  and carried away by two policemen, he shouted “Poetry will never die”. Now he is in the paddy wagon […]

NDAA and more arrests of occupy activists: America clamps down on freedom

This incident happened 4 days ago. The three arrests were reported in many media, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Huffington Post:

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 […]

Occupy Wall Street update: Eviction averted, march to Wall Street, handful arrested

A good place to stay in tune with the action is through Twitter. Some of the tags are #ows or #OccupyWallStreet. Also, there is a NYC Live Stream at www.livestream.com/occupywallstnyc Even if the streaming video is down, there are often people in the chat room who know what is going on. (excerpt from) OccupWallSt.org website: […]

Occupy Wall Street declarations: One demand, twenty grievances, lots of consensus

Comparison of the two sets of demands/grievances published by Occupy Wall Street by Kimberly Wilder 10/4/2011 The first document I will refer to as the “One Demand Document” The second document I will refer to as the “Grievances Document” To see both documents in text, go to my previous post: here. Up front, I would […]

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