Occupation Wall-Street ACTUALITES & INFORAMATIONS
#OccupyWallStreet/ Occupy Wall Street
Dr. Cornel West has become the third celebrity in the past 24 hours to visit the Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park. Michael Moore and Susan Sarandon both paid their respects to the demonstrators earlier today and last night. West, a professor at Princeton, recently said on MSNBC, "The top 10 percent got 100 percent of income growth. That's pathological.
Aujourd’hui, dans les rues de News York, syndicats, employés en lutte et le rassemblement des 99 % vont défiler ensemble, dans les rues de New York. Les Etats-Unis pourraient bien réussir quelque chose d’intéressant : unir deux mouvements qui n’ont pas réussis, à part en Grèce, à se rassembler réellement. Les 99 %, qui campent à Wall Street depuis bientôt 3 semaines, ont décidé d’apporter tout leur soutien aux entreprises en lutte et de s’associer aux syndicats américains.
#OccupyWallStreet protests are now well into their second week, and they are increasingly capturing the public spotlight. This is because, whatever limitations their occupation has, the protesters have done many things right. I will admit that I was skeptical about the #OccupyWallStreet effort when it was getting started. My main concerns were the limited number of participants and the lack of coalition building.
Occupy Wall Street is streaming footage of Oscar-winning actress and activist Susan Sarandon at the camp site . Via Christie Rotondo , Sarandon said, "It never changes from the top, it only changes from the bottom, and this is great." Sarandon is no stranger to protests—or being arrested: In 1999, she was arrested during a protest of the NYPD's shooting of African immigrant Amadou Diallo. One commenter on the LiveStream page notes, "She's friends with Kevin Costner.
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Really simple: Occupy Wall Street is an open source protest. This type of protest has been very effective over the last year in toppling regimes in north Africa.
Today protester s will protest at JP Morgan Chase headquarters in New York Went to homes of Rupert Murdoch and JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon Al so ta rge ted houses of David K och, Howard Milstein and John Paulson Around 1,000 demonstrators began Manhattan march yesterday at 12:30pm Some travelled by subway from base at Zuccotti Park to 59th Street to start Obama senior adviser David Plouffe confirms President is on protesters' side By Mark Duell UPDATED: 14:35 GMT, 12 October 2011 New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has criticised the Occupy Wall Street protesters for unfairly blaming 'hard-working' people for problems facing the U.S. Around 1,000 protesters tried to confront some of New York's wealthiest tycoons yesterday afternoon as they held a 'Millionaires March' in Manhattan to the homes of five top businessmen. But Mayor Bloomberg fumed: 'I don't appreciate the bashing of all the hard working people who live and work here and pay the taxes that support our city.'
Teens from Bard and Parsons show their solidarity in NY Chicago protesters heckle financial industry events Dozens are arrested, including girl, 14, in first Des Moines protest Wall St demonstrators plan march today on millionaires' mansions 100 arrested as police clash with protesters in Boston Man falls to his death from car park near San Diego protesters Obama senior adviser says President is on demonstrators' side By Paul Bentley and Micaela Mclucas UPDATED: 16:23 GMT, 11 October 2011 They have branded themselves the 99 per cent, camping out in New York's financial district to protest against corporate greed and financial inequality.
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A la quatrième journée de contestation, du mardi, l’occupation de la place Zuccotti Park qui a été rebaptisée Liberty Plaza pour la circonstance de cette révolte inédite, continue. Située à une centaine de mètres de Wall-Street désormais qui est considérée comme le fief des escrocs du capitalisme , le lieu est prévu à être occupé pendant longtemps. Non loin de là, près de Broadway et Maiden Lane, des bases arrière non négligeables ont été constatées.
Le soulèvement des peuples arabes n’avait point été dans le besoin de fond.
Posted: 15 November 2011 Urgent -- right now, the New York City Police are using batons and pepper spray to forcibly evict the peaceful Occupy Wall St protesters from Liberty Plaza. It’s outrageous! New York’s billionaire mayor, Mike Bloomberg, waited for the cover of night to launch this shady operation, and is counting on the world to sleep through it. But, we can show him that he is wrong -- and stop the eviction. Last time he tried this thousands of us called his office and shamed him to pull back the police.
Julia La Roche for Business Insider Thousands of protestors, mostly espousing anti-corporate sentiments, gathered at Occupy Wall Street's headquarters at Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan yesterday to march several blocks north to police headquarters. They were mainly protesting the police response on September 24 when more than 80 protestors were arrested and a group of women were pepper sprayed in the face. The police response has received widespread criticism.
Protester on September 28, 2011 The following is a brief timeline of Occupy Wall Street (OWS), a protest which began on Saturday, September 17, 2011 [ 1 ] on Wall Street , the financial district of New York City. [ edit ] Chronology of events
Around 7:30 p.m. last night, filmmaker Michael Moore visited the Occupy Wall Street encampment at Zuccotti Park and gave a brief speech. "I am so impressed by what I'm seeing here," Moore said. "You have done something very important and very historic. It had to happen somewhere, it might as well have been here."