This video from the USA says about itself:
700 Arrested on Brooklyn Bridge as Occupy Wall Street Enters Third Week, Protests Grows Nationwide
The Occupy Wall Street protest, now in its third week, has struck a powerful chord throughout the US, with similar occupations developing in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and other cities and towns across the country: here.
Occupy Wall Street Mass Arrest Resembles Infamous, Costly Police Tactic, Critics Say: here.
Occupy Wall Street protesters sue NYC over Brooklyn Bridge arrests, alleging entrapment: here.
Amy Goodman: Policing the Prophets of Wall Street: here.
Occupy America: The Nation Wants Your Photos of Local Occupy Wall Street Protests: here.
“Occupy Boston” has been set up in response to the Wall Street protests in New York, with about 200 people camping out overnight in the city’s financial district: here.
An anti-Wall Street encampment outside Los Angeles City Hall has been underway for several days, inspired by the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York: here.
With US student loan debt just under $950 billion, only 37 percent of young people with student loans are actually able to repay them on schedule: here.
Trade unionists and community activists joined the Occupy Wall Street protest today: here.
How you can help Occupy Wall Street protesters: here.
MESSAGE FROM CHINESE ACTIVISTS IN SUPPORT OF “OCCUPY WALL-STREET”: here.