New York City & Occupy Wall Street

New York is the most populous city in the United States and the center of the New York Metropolitan Area, one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world. Occupy Wall Street is a protest that began September 17, 2011 in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City's Wall Street Financial District. 5.0/5

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Photos from the New York City trip in 2011... the year of "Occupy Wall Street"
New York City spent A MILLION DOLLARS trying to fire a teacher for his involvement in Occupy Wall Street, and failed.https:…
Some may be confused about who is behind all of the current turmoil in New York City. This is not "black" citizens demonstration against the police. It is not minority citizens demonstrating against police. It is a coalition of Democrats, Stalinists, anarchists, and Occupy Wall Street. These are blood brothers and sisters acting in concert to bring about the overthrow of American culture and the institutions of our free society. They despise our Constitution, our military, our criminal justice system, our good name around the globe, our God, our families, and the institution of marriage. Know the enemy. Look at the faces of those demonstrating against America. Agents of American destruction from the Democrat Party and Communists are seeking to use the issue of race as a weapon against our nation. Call the enemy by their name! This isn't about black America. It is an attack by Democrats, Communists, and Occupy Wall Street against the United States of America on Christmas Eve! It is who they are ...
Activist, comedian and author Russell Brand rallied Occupy Wall Street supporters Tuesday evening in New York City to call for an end to inequality and elite...
Three years ago today, Occupy Wall Street began in New York City. Two years ago today, I was arrested on Wall Street for "inciting a riot" (a charge that later mysteriously disappeared). One year ago today, I was coming down from the DC Cornel West 9/11 event. And today, I broke ground on Terra Nova. Terra Nova came from Tierra Nueva, or "New Earth" in Spanish.
This past spring, Cecily McMillan rode a bus across a bridge to Rikers Island, home of the notorious New York City jail. When the Occupy Wall Street activist was released nearly two months later, she had left her old self behind.
New York City will pay out the largest settlement yet to Occupy Wall Street protesters:
New York City has agreed to another settlement, this one for close to $600,000, over police actions against Occupy Wall Street.
Courtesy James Boyce I’m not sure this is entirely accurate. In 2012 police in New York City, Chicago, Oakland and elsewhere suppressed the lawful right to assemble and dissent of the Occupy Wall Street movement. American police are being overarmed and militarized for a reason and that reason is to suppress unrest, not crime.
In a ruling designed to intimidate opponents of social inequality in the US, a judge in New York City sentenced Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan to 90 days in jail.
New York -- A New York City judge sentenced Occupy Wall Street protester Cecily McMillan on Monday to three months in jail and five years of probation for elbowing a police officer while he was clearing out a protest in Zuccotti Park. Judge Ronald...
Democracy or Oligarchy? "The past month has brought the criminalization of political dissent in the United States to a new stage, with the May 5 conviction of 25-year-old Cecily McMillan for assaulting a policeman during the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City, and the April 25 sentencing of three anti-NATO protesters to long prison terms for taking part in discussions about violence initiated by two Chicago police infiltrators. The circumstances of both cases are outrageous, with severe penalties being imposed on individuals who are not criminals, but political opponents of the policies of the Obama administration and Corporate America, for which they have become victims of police violence and provocation. The cases involve people who took part in peaceful, legal protests in New York City and Chicago, only to be framed up and convicted on felony charges. The National Defense Authorization Act (2012) expressly gives the US military the power to seize and imprison any person anywhere in the world, ...
On Saturday, May 3, my son and I took Cecily McMillan to lunch. Cecily, as is now widely known, is an Occupy Wall Street activist and the defendant for the past month in a criminal trial for allegedly assaulting a New York City police officer; she is also, as I noted in a previous post at Dissent, a…
Occupy Wall Street (OWS) is the name given to a protest movement that began on September 17, 2011, in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City'sWall Street Financial District.
Bill De Blasio has named real estate lobbyist and long time man-about-government Carl Weisbrod chair of the City Planning Commission, where he will oversee all major land use decisions in New York City. Weisbrod's most recent job was as a partner at HR&A Advisors, a firm that has lobbied on behalf of clients with business before that same Commission: Trinity Real Estate, which succesfully sought the rezoning of Hudson Square and tangled with Occupy Wall Street over Duarte Square; and the Howard Hughes Corporation, which wants to redevelop the South Street Seaport. HR&A has also advised Major League Soccer in its failed effort to build a soccer arena in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Before working at HR&A, he worked in-house running Trinity's real estate division. Weisbrod, who co-chaired de Blasio's mayoral transition, has deep experience in planning and real estate issues. Under Ed Koch, he headed up 42nd Street Development Project. "Lo and behold, go to 42nd Street today and see what Carl Weisbrod's vis ...
An undercover New York City police officer arrested in the infamous motorcycle-gang incident on the West Side Highway has been found to have previously spied on Occupy Wall Street. Detective Wojciech Braszczok was detained after taking part in an attack on a motorist in an SUV that was caught on video. Occupy activists say Braszczok was previously arrested as an undercover officer posing as a demonstrator in Grand Central Station. Braszczok is with the NYPD’s Intelligence Division.
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We can not be conquered, if we are not divided... Occupy San Diego, in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement who began occupying Zucotti Park Sept 17, 2011 in New York City, began their local occupation Oct. 7, 2011 at Children's Park in downtown San Diego. OSD moved the occupation to the Civic Center on 3rd and B St. Oct. 8, 2011. Since the violent attack of the peaceful encampment by the local police and other govt agencies later that same month, as part of a coordinated nation-wide crack down of all Occupy groups in major American cities - OSD has continued to flourish and has diversified. The original group has branched off into many other Occupy and/or specialized groups around the County and Country. "If you crush us...we multiply." Today, members stand in solidarity with multitudes of activist groups and events related to the common goal of the OWS movement - social and economic justice. Please join us in celebrating two years of activism by OSD on Monday Oct. 7, 2013 with a day of marche ...
"Occupy Wall Street" - Police clash with protesters - RAW VIDEO ...: Police in New York City corral and arrest...
Occupy Wall Street supporters expected to gather in New York City's Zuccotti Park today on 2nd anniversary -...
on 2011 Occupy Wall Street movement begins in Zuccotti Park, New York City.
Birkbeck Institute for the Moving Image presents Zoe Beloff’s The Days of the Commune A street production of the play by Bertolt Brecht In the spring of 2012, Zoe Beloff brought together a group of actors, activists and enthusiasts to perform The Days of the Commune (1949) in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street. The group performed the work, scene by scene, in public spaces around New York City, starting in Zuccotti Park. Bringing the Paris Com-mune movement into dialogue with Brecht’s radical restaging, Beloff asks us to imagine new possibilities for changing the world in the face of seemingly impos-sible odds. There will be a panel discussion with Zoe Beloff after the screening. Wednesday 12 June 14:00—19:30, Birkbeck Cinema 43 Gordon Square FREE—Limited seats available Booking Essential RSVP to sarah.joshi
To The Member of the Press, International Human Rights Organizations, and the People of New York City, We are artists, students, intellectuals and citizens of New York City. Together with supporters of Occupy Wall Street, we are here in Zuccotti Park to show solidarity with our friends and brothers and sisters who are occupying Gezi Parki in Istanbul. This is a peaceful event. Our goal is to attract public attention to the protests in Istanbul Gezi Parki and the consequent police brutality of the Erdogan/AKP government! Since Monday, May 27th, citizens of Istanbul from all backgrounds have been staging a peaceful resistance in Gezi Park, the city's largest public park, protecting it and its trees from a large gentrification project to transform a public park into a shopping center. The demolition of the park should be understood as another incident of the government’s ongoing appropriation and privatization of public resources. Since the peaceful occupation started three days ago, The Turkish police hav ...
The brutality to Occupy Wall Street protesters was no isolated occurrence. New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg owes his $22 billion wealth to Wall Street.
Recent sightings of Special Agent Dale Cooper at Occupy Wall Street, Gowanus, and a local pie shop in New York City.
Among the thousands at last night's Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City was award-winning journalist and author Naomi Klein. She is the author of the...
(Eat the Rich.) Wait… isn’t that Cannibalism? Study Shows Occupy Wall Street was the 1 Percent January 29, 2013 By Daniel Greenfield I could have told you that myself just by walking past them, but I’m not a Sociologist. I’ve never seen so many Trustafarians in one place since a New Yorker party. And I’ve never seen so much concentrated entitlement in one place since Bloomberg gained 20 lbs. Like so much of phony liberal class warfare, Occupy Wall Street consisted of unemployed liberal rich kids protesting against… their parents. According to a new study from sociologists at the City University of New York, more than a third of activists in the Occupy movement in New York City had household incomes above $100,000, placing them at the cusp of the top quintile of income distribution in America. Researchers surveyed 729 people who participated in a May 1 rally last year and were involved in the “occupation” of Zuccotti Park in the fall of 2011, and found that they were more affluent, whiter, ...
A look back... "David Rolfe Graeber (/ˈɡreɪbər/; born 12 February 1961) is an American anthropologist and anarchist who is Reader in Social Anthropology at Goldsmiths, University of London.[1] He was an assistant professor of anthropology at Yale University, although Yale controversially declined to rehire him,[2] and his term there ended in June 2007. Graeber has been involved in social and political activism, including the protests against the World Economic Forum in New York City in 2002 and Occupy Wall Street."
Steve Suffet performing his song "Union Warriors" at Occupy Wall Street in Zuccotti Park, New York City, on October 7, 2011. Videography by Darrin Annussek. ...
In case you haven't been paying attention, Sandy recovery efforts are on-going in many parts of New York City. In areas like Coney Island and the Rockaways, crime has spiked, mostly from burglaries as the communities have struggled to get back on their feet, but things have been remarkably civil in Red Hook. The New York Post reported why on Wednesday night: "Police sources have credited the drop in crime to an unlikely coalition that included the NYPD, Occupy Wall Street activists, and local nonprofits working together to keep storm victims safe." Said one of these unnamed sources, "This crisis allowed us all to remove the politics and differences we had to do our job, and come to the aid of the people. We all rose to the occasion."
On November 15, 2011, Occupy Wall Street protesters were forced out of Zuccotti Park by the New York City police.
Occupy Sandy, an incarnation of the Occupy Wall Street protest group, has emerged as an unlikely hero of hurricane relief in New York City -- and this time its foil are relief agencies like FEMA and Red Cross.
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[Brooklyn, NY] In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the worst climate change disaster in New York City history, organizers from Occupy Wall Street and 350.org have teamed up to coordinate a people-powered relief effort for New York’s hardest hit neighborhoods. Beginning with the Lower East Side, Red
NYNatives.com talked to residents of C- Squat on the Lower East Side Thursday and learned they've been biking their way to a dry environment using none other than the Occupy Wall Street bicycle generators. Water, water everywhere. New York City's Lower East Side is bailing itself out after flooding...
I don't think I'm that into it, well just maybe just a little. While some would consider 40 old, no matter the persons age, we all should be concerned about the direction this country is headed. If you don't agree, look at Europe, the protesting in the streets, looting, rioting. Spain, Greece and Portugal can't pay their bills. The nanny states are forced to cut the hand-outs, The folks are in the streets acting like spoiled brats when they should be trying to find a job and support themselves. The same thing will happen here if we continue down this path of insane debt. Think hard, if the Great Depression era generation acted like the Occupy Wall Street crowd, would we have survived as a nation? Instead of living in tents in New York City playing with ipods iphones and ipads, they lived in tents on a fruit farm in California. During the day they harvested fruit, but at night they planned for the future. Maybe one day having their successful business again. They didn't care how many oranges it took to ...
In the post-Occupy Wall Street world that we live in, now comes New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, who has flip-flopped -- she has announced that she no longer supports her very own2009 proposal to raise taxes on the 1%. Instead of raising taxes on the top income-earners in New York City...
*Occu-Evolve Statement on the Fascist Movement 'Golden Dawn' from Greece** Tonight Occu-Evolve consented on a statement and future actions AGAINST the fascist, racist, xenophobic and reactionary Greek movement called Golden Dawn...We at Occu-Evolve being a integral part of the Occupy Wall Street that represents the 99% of New York City, over 65% of which are communities of color, strongly protest the presence of 'Golden Dawn' in our city much less anywhere else in the world, We are asking that all people who care about justice, and stand with the oppressed and victims of right wing and all violence against people who don't share the same color, ethnicity, religion, culture or class of white nationalists of European Descent in Greece or anywhere else on the planet to stand with us in our condemnation of this group and others that share their views and wish to resurrect absurd and genocidal notions of people like Hitler, and groups like the Ku Kux, Klan. This does not preclude the power of the state institu ...
Iranian state media claims that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will meet with Occupy Wall Street protesters during his visit this week to New York City, but demonstrators involved with the group say something quite to the contrary.
The state-controlled Fars News Agency reports that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will meet with members of Occupy Wall Street while he is in New York City for the United Nations General Assembly this week, a move that would prove true a Glenn Beck Prediction once thought crazy. "Ahmadinejad...
Rob Potylo and Vermin Supreme brought out the ole' nintendo power pad at the Occupy Wall Street one year anniversary concert at Foley Park in New York City d...
Monday marked the first anniversary of 'Occupy Wall Street,' a movement that began with an encampment in New York City's Zuccotti Park and inspired similar protests across America and around the world. 'Occupy' protesters staged large demonstrations in New York and San Francisco to celebrate the ann...
I posted this video and these words on Oct 24 of last year, during the halcyon days of Occupy Wall Street: ~ When I'm at the Occupation I feel the same vibe in my heart that I used to feel at New York City's legendary 90s megaclubs: a vibe mixed of purpose, unity, magic... the nightclubs, too, were a destination where people from all walks of life, from the military to hippies to hiphop kids to suits to college kids to artists to activists to freaks all came together, united by one thing: then, love of house music. now, love of democracy. It is a vibe i thought I'd never feel again. Thank you,Occupy Wall St. for bringing the beat back. United we stand. ~ [footage of the drum circle at Zuccotti Park, October, 2011) Occupy Wall St. Occupy Wall Street Occupy Wall Street Occupy Wall Street Occupy Wallstreet Occupy Wall Street: We Are The 99 Percent Occupy Wall Street-New York city Occupy Marines
The flash mob descended on the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts on Monday night in Manhattan. It was all part of the second annual Diner en Blanc in New York City.
Anthony Bologna-- the NYPD Deputy Inspector caught on video pepper-spraying two women Occupy Wall Street protesters in Union Square last fall-- could have to dig into his own pockets to pay for the damages in the women's civil lawsuit against him. New York City has opted not to defend Bologna in cou...
The Revolution will not be televised, but it is being live-streamed right now. Right now as I write, thousands of people are marching through New York City to Union Square. Even as many news outlets dismiss, ignore and blackout the Occupy Wall Street rebellion, the movement is gathering force like ...
NYC General Assembly - Declaration of the Occupation of New York City - NYC General Assembly - Occupy Wall Street
In New York City's Financial District, hundreds of activists have been converging on Lower Manhattan over the past two weeks, protesting as part of a burgeoning "Occupy Wall Street" movement
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New York (Reuters) - A lawsuit filed against New York City police officers involved in arresting some 700 Occupy Wall Street protesters during a march over Brooklyn Bridge last fall can go forward, a Manhattan
As New York City and other municipalities continue to crack down on Occupy Wall Street protests in the name of the rule of law, it’s important to remember how Michael Bloomberg, scion of the law and order crowd, deals with rules and laws he doesn’t like. This, in his own words, is how Bloomberg made his millions: Among old McDonald’s hamburger wrappings and mouse droppings, we dragged wires from our computers to the keyboards and screens we were putting in place, stuffed the cables through holes we drilled in other people’s furniture—all without permission, violating every fire law, building code, and union regulation on the books. It’s amazing we didn’t burn some office or electrocute ourselves. - Corey Robin
A story by Barton Lewis about meeting Neutral Milk Hotel's Jeff Mangum late one night in New York City
Six months after the New York Police Department launched a secretive dead-of-night military-style operation to evict Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park, conducting mass arrests and destroying thousands of dollars worth of property, Mayor Bloomberg, Police Chief Ray Kelly, and others ar...
The Red Stairs in Times Square joined the growing list of New York City landmarks closed to Occupy Wall Street on Tuesday as more than 1,200 marchers took to the streets.
Hundreds of anti-corporate protesters marched Saturday from New York City's Financial District to Times Square in one of the Occupy Wall Street movement's largest demonstrations yet.
Occupy Wall Street isn't wasting any time post- Spring Awakening and May Day. It is geared up for a full week of actions addressing different issues each day from May 10 to May 15. It is clear that Occupy is working very hard not to lose its spring momentum. The week of action, which has the theme "Another City is Possible, Another World is Possible," arose to combat the ongoing budget cuts in New York City. With the 2013 city budget having come out the first week of May, the week of action is timely, focusing on austerity and measures directly relate to the struggles of the 99 percent. In addition, the week will be punctuated by two global days of action, on May 12 and 15, to tie the local actions into a broader international context.
Yesterday was May Day, a day of protest, direct action, and General Strike organized by Occupy Wall Street, labor, and immigration rights groups throughout New York City and internationally. It was the largest gathering of Occupy supporters since the November 17th Internat …
On May 5, the flagship New York City event in the Global Marijuana March movement returned to its traditional home of Washington Square Park after an absence of several years, with revelers gathering there at "high" noon—and then marchi...
Sean Hannity completely dominates an Occupy Wall Street organizer who goes so far to suggest the New York City Police Department was sending in rapists to the Occupy Wall Street camp in Zuccotti Park to rape female protesters. This same organizer who admits to being unemployed and living off of stu...
It has been less than seven months since the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement first set up camp in New York City and around the country, yet it was over one year ago that Eric Holder’s Justice Department (DOJ) ignored a Member of Congress’ warning about the coming movement that had “threatened to s...
Labor, Immigrants, Community Organizations and Occupy Wall Street unite for a historic May Day in New York City. Organized by: * Alliance for Labor Rights, I...
May 1 (Bloomberg) -- Tom Morello, guitarist for rock band Rage Against the Machine, speaks at New York City's Union Square about his participation in the Occupy Wall Street "May Day" demonstrations. (Source: Bloomberg)
Occupy Wall Street held a "General Strike" to commemorate May Day in New York City. Led by Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello, the "Guitarmy" of ...
Thousands of Occupy Wall Street protesters began marching down Broadway in New York City at 5:30 this afternoon after a day long protest at Union Square. CBS News reports that there were approximatel
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New York City police clash with Occupy Wall Street protesters, making multiple arrests throughout the day as marchers take part in a "Day of Action" to coincide with May Day marches around the world.
Yesterday afternoon, I took a walk down 14th Street-Union Square where my job is located and found a crowd of Occupy Wall Street protesters holding up picket signs as they voiced their opinions on the status of our nation's economy, greed, and racial inequality. It got me thinking, when the late great Pastor David Wilkerson prophesied about their being chaos and riots in the streets of New York City, did he mean Occupy? What do you think, Times Square Church congregants?
New York — Dozens of Occupy Wall Street activists spread out to protest at banks and other New York City businesses today to mark International Workers Day, or May Day.
Tom Morello has put out a call for 10,000 guitar players to join him today for Occupy Wall Street in New York City. Hopefully he shreds.
Dear Friends- This is a great cause to support. They are making friends for the Occupy Together Movement all across the country!. John. _ What is Occupy Walk? Press Release Contact: Susan Sayler Phone: (760) 960-2944 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 7 A.M. PST, February 18, 2012 Occupy Walk USA takes the first steps of a Three Thousand Mile Journey! San Diego, CA, FEBRUARY 18, 2012: At 7am this morning, the Occupy Walk USA group take the first steps of their journey. Starting off at the Civic Center Plaza, downtown San Diego, the group intends to walk 3000 + miles to New York City in effort to raise awareness of the movement’s mission and to reach out to everyday American citizens in solidarity. Six members of Occupy Los Angeles have joined three members of Occupy San Diego to begin the journey together. The walk will be live-streamed most of the way and there is car support that will monitor the group’s situation and progress — which will be updated daily on the Occupy Walk USA website. Another team is st ...
Conservative shared the following link and had this to say about it: BREAKING: Occupy Wall St. Plans to Shut Down Cities Across America Tomorrow. Click LIKE if you wish they would OCCUPY a job! Occupy Wall Street movement looks to hinder the flow of business and routine tomorrow in New York City with a General Strike “a...
walked throughout New York City. Had an interview in Tompkin Park, met up with Joseph B. Malki at Union Square with the rest of the Occupy Wall Street crowd, had some sushi at Whole Foods, then hopped back on the subway and find myself back here at Thomas Lacey's place, hitting the shower. *** that was a full afternoon. Getting ready to get some work done on my upcoming short film.
So, as it turns out, believe it or not, Rahm Emanuel is a huge Todd Snider fan, and as a result, they became good friends. Todd was lamenting the state of our country with Rahm. Todd very sad and he longed to do something to help. Rahm asked him what Woody Guthrie would do. So Todd wrote Agnostic Hymns and Stoner Blues. This song, New York Banker, says it all. Go, Todd. Occupy Wall Street. "All these years, Arkansas, teachin' at the high school How was I to know by retirement day I'd learn a lesson so cruel? I came to the day I had waited on Just to find out all the money in our pension was gone We invested in somethin' called the Abacus Bond Sold to us by a New York banker Good things happen to bad people. A big time banker from New York City Came down south one day Sold our people on the bond Had our money bettin' on some kinda Home loans getting' paid Buy it they say, we were clearly told This kinda thing was even safer than gold But later on we found out the bond we'd been sold Had been set up t ...
Here's a wild idea for Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the New York City Police Department: Instead of trying to corral, pen, contain, chase, disenfranchise, muzzle, occasionally batter, and otherwise discourage the class war contagion that is Occupy Wall Street - a task akin to squeezing a hand full of...
Bill Ayers and his wife Bernadine Dohrn paid an impromptu visit to Occupy Wall Street in New York City Friday, bestowing their advice to a gaggle of elated protesters. Ayers and Dohrn, former leaders of the violent leftist Weather Underground group, were greeted like rock stars at the camp. A recep...
In anticipation of May Day demonstrations, Occupy Wall Street is vowing to pull out all the stops with the “biggest shut down“ New York City has ”ever seen.” Likewise, Occupy Oakland is also gearing up to shut down all travel in the San Francisco Bay area. That is quite a build-up. (Related: Bunny-S...
Following on the heels of a labour dispute brought against Frieze Art Fair by the New York City & Vicinity District Council of Carpenters, the Occupy Wall Street movement has revealed that it is planning a full-on demonstration of the London-based art fair. Members of the subgroup Occupy Museums, th...
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