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The Double Check Businessman in New York, New York

11 months agoLifestyle / Travel : Atlas Obscura

Zuccotti Park has always been a bustling, little oasis in downtown Manhattan. A small park lined with trees, and bordered by Trinity Place and Broadway, it’s been an ideal lunch spot for office workers and tourists since the days when it was called Liberty Park, across from the old World Trade Centers. Show More Summary

America’s New Opposition

In late October 2011, I was volunteering at the Occupy Wall Street library in lower Manhattan. Tucked into a corner of Zuccotti Park, the library was staffed mainly by anarchists of an exceedingly orderly bent. If society were suddenly...Show More Summary

Human Progress: (4) Life Shows More Equality of Opportunity

Five years ago, the "Occupy Wall Street" movement began when protesters settled into Zuccotti Park in New York City's Wall Street financial district. Their slogan was "We Are the 99%"--to indicate their protest against the economic inequality that allows too much wealth to be concentrated in the top 1% of society. Show More Summary

Atlanta-based activist Cecily McMillan hopes her memoir will inspire millennials

In 2012, Occupy Wall Street activist Cecily McMillan and a police officer allegedly assaulted each other while police were clearing Zuccotti Park. When a jury found McMillan guilty and a judge sentenced her to three months in prison, it created a national outcry. This month the 27-year-old Atlantan’s memoir introduces readers to the woman behind the headlines.

Occupy Wall Street returns to Zuccotti Park five years later

last yearNews : NY Daily News

Demonstrators gathered to remember the 2011 camp-out and weeks-long protest that sparked the movement against economic inequality.

New Yorkers revisit Occupy Wall Street on its fifth anniversary

People gathered in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan on Saturday, exactly five years after Occupy Wall Street began, describing how a small encampment spread to cities across the country. Continue reading ? The post New Yorkers revisit Occupy Wall Street on its fifth anniversary appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Occupy’s message still relevant at five

Five years ago, protestors descended on Zuccotti Park near Wall Street, launching the Occupy movement. The protests that flared across the nation, Oregon included, finally put income inequality on the forefront of the national dialogue,...Show More Summary

Will The Stars Appear On Occupy's 5th Birthday?

Five years ago on September 17, 2011, Occupy Wall Street's taking of Zuccotti Park in New York City provided an opportunity for many stars to shine. A few, all too few, continue to shine even today. When Occupy was evicted from its Eden, some of the brightest faded quickly, having no audience. Show More Summary

NYPD's Emerald Society Will Hold Memorial Procession Today To Mark 15th Anniversary Of 9/11

The NYPD's Emerald Society Pipes and Drums Band is leading a memorial procession in lower Manhattan today, marking the 15th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. The procession will begin at noon, at Zuccotti Park, Trinity Place between Liberty and Cedar Streets, and then make its way to the NYPD memorial in Battery Park. [ more › ]

Finally! Occupy Wall Street's One Demand is Revealed

And, it's a good one - an invitation to join with a significant number of the original Occupiers and their supporters on Saturday, September 7 (S17) and celebrate Occupy's fifth anniversary in NYC's Zuccotti Park. There is a good reason for a large number of Occupiers to be on hand. Show More Summary

This Woman Is Trying to Make the World a Better Place, One Community Center at a Time

Inspired by Occupy Wall Street, Janet Wilson is helping transform vacant buildings into thriving community centers. Five years ago, Janet Wilson was one of thousands of people who flocked to New York’s Zuccotti Park to participate in the Occupy Wall Street movement that would eventually sweep the country and the world. Show More Summary

Move along if you see a protest — or get arrested, city says

2 years agoNews : NY Daily News

The city Law Department made the point in relation to Stephen Kass - the Wall Street lawyer collared for talking to Occupy Wall Street protesters outside Zuccotti Park in September 2013.

Can an Addiction Memoir Help Us Understand Wall Street?

In January of 2014, a Times Op-Ed by Sam Polk, a former derivatives trader who worked on Wall Street between 2003 and 2010, went viral. Occupy Wall Street protesters had been evicted from Zuccotti Park two years before, and the phrase “the one per cent” had become a part of public discourse. Show More Summary

In Battle for New York, Occupy Wall Streeters Turn Out for Bernie

Four and half years ago, watching the Occupy Wall Street movement take off, Bernie Sanders hailed the "extremely important" work activists were doing in Manhattan's Zuccotti Park and across the country. "We have got to continue to focus on the greed of Wall Street, and we've got to bring about real...

The Occupied Wall Street Journal Is Back In Print For Bernie Sanders

The loose collective of writers, editors, and designers who five years ago reminded their readers in Zuccotti Park that “our system is broken” is now urging registered Democrats to get out and vote for Senator Bernie Sanders in next week’s primary election. [ more › ]

Five Years After Occupy Wall Street, Bernie Sanders Continues Its Fight

On September 17, 2011, the Occupy Wall Street movement exploded onto the scene. Peaceful protestors set up tents and sleeping bags in New York City’s Zuccotti Park. The movement’s slogan was “We are the 99 percent.” Protestors railed against big banks, the growing foreclosure scandal, and political corruption. Show More Summary

Photos: New Yorkers Feel The Bern During March Through Lower Manhattan

   A lively rally in Union Square was followed by a march down Broadway to Zuccotti Park. [ more › ]

The Movement Has Found Its Leader: Bernie Sanders

Back in the fall of 2011, when the Occupy Wall Street movement seized Zuccotti Park and then spread at unprecedented speed across the globe the criticism we heard coming from the corporate media (when they weren't denouncing the movement outright) was that the movement had "no direction" and had "no leaders." We were lectured at. Show More Summary

Photos: Passionate, Irrelevant NYers March For Bernie Sanders

       Thousands of New Yorkers marched from Union Square to Lower Manhattan's Zuccotti Park on Saturday afternoon in a show of support for presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. “He’s bringing the voice back to the people, because our...Show More Summary

Former Deputy Mayor John Zuccotti, 78, dies

2 years agoNews : NY Daily News

Many younger New Yorkers would recognize his name from Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan, which was named in his honor and became the home of the Occupy Wall Street movement in 2011.

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