This video from the USA is called Noam Chomsky on Occupy Wall Street protests.
Occupy Wall Street: Demanding Justice: here.
New York City’s billionaire mayor, Michael Bloomberg, renewed his attack on the three-week-old Wall Street protest Friday, claiming that it is aimed at destroying the jobs of New Yorkers: here.
On the News With Thom Hartmann: The 99 Percent Movement Marched Through the Streets of Washington, DC, and More: here.
Leslie Thatcher, Truthout: “October 6, 2011, was a perfect autumn day in our nation’s capital: bright and clement. And at Freedom Plaza in Washington, DC, from early this morning, people gathered from across the US and places beyond to ‘stop the machine’ and demand that human need, not corporate greed, guide the direction of this country. The October 2011 movement – planned six months ago – is separate from, but wholly synergistic with the ‘Occupy Washington’ movement in nearby McPherson Park”: here.
“Occupy Chicago” protests continue into second week: here.
On October 7, San Diego became another of the many cities across the United States to see a swelling on the streets of popular opposition to Wall Street and the policies of the financial elite: here.
A crowd of at least 200 gathered on the central square of the University of Michigan’s Ann Arbor campus Thursday evening to support the growing protests against Wall Street. The event was held as a planning meeting, or general assembly, in preparation for upcoming demonstrations in Detroit and Lansing: here.
Hundreds of workers and students, angered by war and the corporate onslaught against living standards, began to congregate October 7 at the Hennepin County Government Center Plaza in Minneapolis, Minnesota to launch their version of New York’s Occupy Wall Street movement: here.
Eleven Facts You Need to Know About the Nation’s Biggest Banks. Pat Garofalo, ThinkProgress: “The Occupy Wall Street protests that began in New York City more than three weeks ago have now spread across the country. The choice of Wall Street as the focal point for the protests – as even Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said – makes sense due to the big bank malfeasance that led to the Great Recession”: here.
Paul Krugman Supports Occupy Wall Street Over “Exquisitely Tailored Plutocrats”: here.
Hundreds of Continental and United Airlines Pilots Demonstrated on Wall Street: here.
MoJo interviews the two activists behind Occupy Wall Street’s poignant Tumblr sensation: here.