Burning Man meets Occupy Wall Street. “Bat-Signal” projections during Brooklyn Bridge #N17 march. Very cool.
This is very cool. Tens of thousands of Occupy Wall Street protesters marched throughout New York City, manymaking their way on to the Brooklyn Bridge, carrying LED candles and chanting. As Occupiers took the bridge in a seemingly endless sea of people, words in light appeared projected on the iconic Verizon Building nearby: “99% / MIC … Continue reading
I was observing the Occupy Portland front line on Sunday afternoon 11/13/11. Nick Stockton (and girlfriend) did a video interview of me (not in this clip) and this is his first product from the Portland eviction weekend. Citizen documentarians on the rise!
Public Release of the Declaration of the Occupation of Washington DC (a document from Occupy DC). November 17th, 2011
Friends and Comrades, After a tremendous day on Wall Street and around the globe, we felt it was time to release this document. We wanted our comrades to be the first to know in hopes that it inspires you in your own declarations. It was a long hard process to write a document by … Continue reading
The morning after the Midnight deadline and “showdown” the Police take over the Occupy Portland Camp, set up fences around those parks, block the streets and set up a human barrier at 4th and Main where Occupiers (700?) gathered. Occupy Portland Site Closed 11/13/11, a set on Flickr.
The Police flexed their muscle, though quite restrained, the crowd was strong and 90% non-violent. At 2:30 the police backed away a from 4 Thousand People? and Occupy Portland celebrated their continued (but not for long) Occupation. Occupy Portland Eviction 11/13/11, a set on Flickr.