Occupy Wall Street schedules city wide march to “shut down” Wall Street

November 14th, 2011  |  by  |  published in News | 2 Comments »

Occupy Wall Street schedules city wide march to “shut down” Wall Street

Bold,flyers are being spread on twitter, urging the community to “Occupy Every Block.”

The wicked witch of Wall Street

November 1st, 2011  |  by  |  published in Slideshows | 1 Comment »

The wicked witch of Wall Street

For New York City’s annual Halloween Parade along 6th Avenue, Felicia Young dressed up as, “The Wicked Witch of Wall Street,” to show her support for the Occupy Wall Street movement

Occupy Wall Street Braces for Winter

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Occupy Wall Street Braces for Winter

Winter is coming and it is getting cold in Zuccotti Park.

Halloween at Zuccotti Park

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Halloween at Zuccotti Park

Occupy Wall Street Protestors had fun in costume at Zuccotti Park.

Occupy Wall Street welcomes travelers

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Occupy Wall Street welcomes travelers

Occupy Wall Street started five weeks ago as a demonstration in Zuccotti Park filled mainly with New Yorkers. But as the movement has grown, the park has welcomed guests from all over.

Some women at Occupy Wall Street struggle with security and being heard

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Some women at Occupy Wall Street struggle with security and being heard

As the movement grows women protestors have their own issues with surviving and thriving at Zuccotti Park

Occupy Wall Street park clean up postponed

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Zuccotti Park was overflowing with people this morning, as protestors celebrated a postponement of the cleanup that was scheduled by the park's management company, Brookfield Properties, and endorsed by Mayor Bloomberg. Photo by Chris Palmer

Protestors celebrate in Zuccotti Park.

Occupy Wall Street hit the affluent Upper East Side

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Protestors chant at a distance from the police barricaded entrance to JP Morgan CEO Jamie Diamond's residence. Photo by Eric Zerkel

The march had a specific purpose; to modify the tax code that the protestors maintained benefitted the rich.

Unemployed, homeless and protesting with Occupy Wall Street

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David Everitt-Carlson, 55, paints signs for Occupy Wall Street protests on Columbus Day. His advertising agency in New York went bankrupt after 9/11, leaving him unemployed and homeless. Photo By: Mina Sohail

David Everitt-Carlson makes signs for the protestors

Occupy Philly off to a slow start

October 10th, 2011  |  by  |  published in News, Special Reports | Leave A Comment »

Nearly 100 tents have been set up on the western plaza outside Philadelphia's City Hall, as part of the Occupy Philly movement. Photo by Chris Palmer

Occupy Philly, which began four days ago at City Hall, is still trying to find its sea legs