This video is called Australia: Occupy Melbourne protesters discuss social inequality.
Why the food movement should occupy Wall Street: here.
Card-Carrying Member of the 1% Tells the 99% to Lie Back and Enjoy Much Lower Wages: here.
Ithaca, N.Y.: “The people need to control the money and the wealth”: here.
Buffalo: “This movement does not support the current political system”: here.
Syracuse, N.Y.: “Democrats or Republicans, they’re not listening to the people”: here.
Norfolk, Virginia: “The international eruption of these protests gives me hope”: here.
Nashville: “I’m fed up with the way corporations are controlling the American government”: here.
Columbia, South Carolina: “I think we need a social revolution”: here.
Portland, Oregon: “A democracy run by the wealthy is a plutocracy”: here.
A reporter for the WSWS spoke to protesters at Westlake Plaza on Friday, the day after Seattle police forcibly arrested a group of protesters who had erected a tent in the park in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street protest: here.
Why did Seattle need 40 cops to arrest an OWS protester who simply sat down and opened an umbrella? Here.
Las Vegas: “I have so many friends and family out of work”: here.
The Message and Strategy That Is Needed by Occupy Wall Street: here.
Obama, Martin Luther King and the Occupy Wall Street protests: here.
Britain: Occupy London and Edinburgh protesters speak: here.
Canada: A letter on Occupy Toronto: here.