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November 17, 2011

2011.11.17: OWS Live video feeds and more

Filed under: Civil Liberties,Criminal Justice,Free Speech,OWS,Police Abuse — nyclaw01 @ 10:37 am

From: Letwin, Michael
Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2011 1:11 PM
To: 1199 Members; ALAA MEMBERS
Subject: OWS Live video feeds and more

Live Stream: The Other 99
24 hour news and information concerning Occupy Wall st. in Liberty Plaza, New York City.

Watch Wall Street Shut Down. Live.
History is happening. Scroll down for live video streams and other information.

Occupy Wall Street National Day of Action: Live Updates From Downtown Manhattan

Thousands Occupy Wall Street: All Entry Points to New York Stock Exchange Blockaded
Thousands marched on Wall Street this morning, blockading all entry points to the New York Stock Exchange. ‘People’s mics’ have been breaking out at barricades, with participants sharing stories of struggling in an unfair economy.

Pix: “OWS” day of action
Wall Street clashes start Occupy’s day of action – CBS News

Occupy Wall Street’s National Day of Action Launches with Protest at NY Stock Exchange
As we broadcast protesters marched in various parts of the Financial District in an attempt to block the New York Stock Exchange from opening at 9:30 a.m. Labor organizers are planning protests at dozens of bridges across the country today as part of a campaign to highlight the need for increased spending on the nation’s infrastructure.

We are all Occupiers
Arundhati Roy: People the world over salute the Occupy movement for standing up to injustice and fighting for equality at the heart of empire.

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