We are gathering at Broadway and Worth. These are the marchers streaming in.
Unions, students, and protesters all over the country have joined marchers. Many marchers will join this one from various points in the city until all of them come together at on point, Foley Square, otherwise known as City Hall.
Opinion/Editorial: Opinion/Editorial: My Thoughts on the Deegan Interview by Joseph Wade As veteran of two armed services—both the Army and the Navy—I have attended basic training two times. I’ve also attended numerous training institutions within the military that are geared to break down the psyche as Richard Deegan stated during my interview with him. At least … Continue reading
The Protester’s Voice: Anarchist Among the Movement By Joseph Wade Richard Deegan, a 48 year old anarchist, is at the protest to end police brutality, support eating organic food and offer political education on the situation of Troy Davis. Deegan also wants to teach people about movements, how to organize without a leader and “how … Continue reading
Over 700 Arrests: The Protest Grows, Organizes, Marches Onward By Joseph Wade The Occupy Wall Street movement will grow; a permitted, solidarity march is being held on Wednesday. Coming to the march are labor unions, students and the protesters who have been encamped in Liberty Plaza for more than two weeks now. The Solidarity March … Continue reading
The Movement Grows Blended by Joseph Wade An NYPD crowd-control tower, an accordion performance, more committees and many more people: by the end of Wednesday night—Occupy the Wall (OW) movement had strengthened—as it has every day. The random, spritzing rain proved impotent in the face of the excited protesters. Among the flurry of chatter were … Continue reading
Protester’s Voice: As a Reason for his Protest Paolo, 23, Unknowingly Echoes Newly Formed Sentiments of the Federal Reserve By Joseph Wade Daniel de Paola, a 23 year old undergrad from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts— has been at the Occupy the Wall (OW) movement since Sunday the 18th of September. … Continue reading
Late Night Life By Joseph Wade At 2:00am, the Occupy the Wall (OW) encampment was silent with most of the die-hard protesters asleep in the park. A fine mist sprayed sporadically, pushed by random gusts of wind, but a few people were toiling into the night. Protesters on the kitchen crew were putting away food, … Continue reading
The Protester’s Voice: Candid NYPD Interview by Joseph Wade Walking toward the protest from the Subway, I passed several police officers standing at barricades around Wall Street. I stopped to ask one of them if they knew a good place to interview some people who worked on Wall Street. The impromptu interview I got was … Continue reading