Remember Occupy Wall Street? After being evicted from its Zuccotti Park global headquarters in Lower Manhattan last year the group seemed to loose a bit of steam but has vowed a resurgence, starting with a May 1 “spring offensive.” Protests have been planned in 115 cities where “the financial elite play and plan,” including the midtown offices of JPMorgan and Bank of America.
After two months camped out in a lower Manhattan park, authorities evicted Occupy Wall Street protesters. And despite a legal attempt to get back in, a judge sided with New York City to keep Zuccotti Park off-limits to sleepers. Read Post
Following their eviction from Zuccotti Park last fall, Occupy Wall Street protesters thought they might find refuge in lower Manhattan's Duarte Square, a then-empty lot owned by Trinity Church. The landowners weren't interested in h... Read Post