This video from New York City is called Occupy Wall Street Eviction Averted.
USA: “Bloomberg Didn’t Evict Occupy Wall Street!” Demonstrators Cheer. Paul Mutter, Truthout: “Despite an optimistic mood at Occupy Wall Street (OWS) today due to a decision by Zuccotti Park’s owner, Brookfield Office Properties, to not go forward with a planned cleanup of the space, demonstrators and police clashed in the Financial District this morning. This led to multiple arrests, as well as the arrest and hospitalization of a legal observer after his leg was caught under a moving New York Police Department (NYPD) scooter”: here.
NYC Withdraws Cleaning Evacuation Order in Face of Defiant Occupy Wall Street Protesters: here.
New York police fail to clear park after thousands gather to defend Occupy Wall Street: here.
On the News With Thom Hartmann: Bloomberg Backs Down, Allowing Occupy Wall Street Protesters to Stay, and More: here.
Occupy Wall Street Showdown: Triumph and Tense Clashes. Lynn Parramore, AlterNet: “The image of those cops suddenly erupting into aggressive action with their clubs out in the midst of a peaceful protest will stay with me for a long time. And so will the image of a young man reading Voltaire a little while later, immersed in the words of an Enlightenment philosopher who said, among other things: ‘It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong'”: here.
Occupy Wall Street: People Power vs. the Police State. Nick Turse, AlterNet: “Friday may be the most salient test yet of the young movement’s people power in the face of police state tactics. The NYPD has overwhelming force, but right now, Occupy Wall Street still holds the park and is still building, they shouted in unison today, ‘The society that we envision for the world!'” Here.
Separating Facts from Media on Occupy Wall Street: here.
Four Reasons to Occupy Wall Street (short video): here.
Occupy SF and Teachers Union Join Forces to Protest Conservative Education Summit – Rupert Murdoch to Give Keynote: here.
L.A. City Council Votes to Support Occupy LA: here.
Strong turnout for first Occupy Detroit protest: here.
Support builds for Occupy Chicago protest: here.
Occupy Pittsburgh: “The corporations just get bailed out, while the people suffer”: here.