Wall Street Protest Spurs Online Dialogue on Inequity
By JENNIFER PRESTON
Published: October 8, 2011
What began as a small group of protesters expressing their grievances about economic inequities last month from a park in New York City has evolved into an online conversation that is spreading across the country on social media platforms.
Wall Street Protest Visits Washington Sq.
By AL BAKER
October 8, 2011, 7:23 PM
Series of reports on Boston, DC, and Baltimore
Youth movement in a culture of hopelessness
Henry Giroux says Wall Street protests need to stay centred on the most marginalised population of the US: young people.
Interview by: Jesse Strauss, Al Jazeera English
Nytimes editorial strongly supporting #OWS
Bill McKibben's Speech at Occupy Wall Street
We Don't Need No Stinkin' Press Passes
I spent a day in Freedom Plaza, a triangle of concrete adjacent to several high-end hotels with shiny black Mercedes limos out front three blocks from the White House. It's Washington DC's entry in the Occupy America phenomenon. I came wearing two hats. One, I'm a Vietnam veteran member of Veterans For Peace who has actively worked for over a decade against our bankrupting wars. And, two, I'm an experienced journalist with a master's degree who works in both images and words. I won't take a back seat to anyone in what is known as the Main Stream Media.