Occupy Wall Street

Humor as Resistance in Spain

May 16, 2013
Art & Activism
"La principal arma del poder es el miedo, sin miedo no son nada y el humor los desarma"

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Radical Cheese -- Political Art Festival/Conference in Glover Vermont

September 18, 2012
John Bell, Theater Historian, posted some photos of the Radical Cheese performances.

The Radical Cheese meeting brought together many artists who use their work for social change.

They watched a slide show of historic examples and then shared their recent work.

Koreans Demonstrate in Seoul

November 19, 2011
Koreans reacting to the Free Trade Agreements met by new police tactics

Mixing the world: interviews with the streamers of the global occupations

November 2, 2011
Somewhere in lower Manhattan a group of dedicated geeks collect live streams for a global mix.

Streamers of the Global Revolution

Streamers of the Global Revolution

Peoples' Production House at Occupy Wall Street

October 27, 2011
Betty Yu of Center for Media Justice and Carlos Pareja of People's Production House talk about the Media Justice movement.

Betty Yu of the Center for Media Justice and Carlos Pareja of People's Production House talk about the growing Media Justice movement, the national fight to preserve an Open Internet, efforts to defeat the AT&T/T-Mobile merger and grassroots organizing to protect people's mobile/wireless access rights

Report on Visiting the Wall Street Occupation

October 24, 2011

\Wednesday, October 12, 2011
It was a rainy day in New York City. In the morning there was even a flood advisory for parts of Brooklyn where I’m living and I could see the rain coming down in sheets at 11AM. I wondered how the Wall Street occupiers were faring in the downpour. Were they tempted to temporarily abandon the occupation?

Analysis of New York Times News Posts by Wall Street Protester

October 1, 2011
NY Times editors quickly changed a story on the Wall St protesters when their initial report seemed to blame police.


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Poster By Joey Lopez




Cardboard Signs Proclaim the Demands of the Wall Street Occupation

September 30, 2011
From anger at the banks to despair over student debt and loss of jobs, these are the statements of occupy Wall St.

A section of Liberty Square in NYC is devoted to sign painting. The signs are sometimes used for marches or stay as a display of the many themes of the protests. Stock brokers, construction workers, MTA employees and many tourists stop by to read the texts. INcluded in the tape is a short excerpt from the Assemblies, held twice a day in the square to plan the day's events, to exchange ideas and to organize the living situation at the site.