Stephen Squibb, a protester at Occupy Boston, gives his firsthand account of a police raid that took place during the early morning hours of Tuesday, Oct. 11. Later the same morning in New York, protesters marched up the city's streets to rally outside the homes of Wall Street bankers and Rupert Murdoch.
Time Warner Cable 103 NY & 142 LA Dr. John Carlos, one of the U.S. Olympians who famously raised the awareness of racism in America by raising his fist on the medalists' podium at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, talks with Keith about his visit to the Occupy protests.
Although the Occupy Wall Street movement might be picking up steam over the last several weeks, hip-hop artist Immortal Technique told RT that protesters need to come up with a decisive plan to help further advance their demonstrations.
I've lived in the Boston area on and off since 2005, and nothing I saw last night compares to anything that's happened here in all those years. If there was ever a larger mass arrest in Boston history, I don't know it.
This week's issue of the independent publication includes a piece by Naomi Klein arguing why Occupy Wall Street is "the most important thing in the world." Note: if you are reading this post in your inbox or RSS feed, you will probably have to visit our website to be able to see the embedded newspaper.
Photographer Jacob Blickenstaff is covering the #OccupyWallStreet protests in New York City for Mother Jones. Don't miss the rest of MoJo's coverage: Follow reporter Josh Harkinson inside Zuccotti Park; meet the activists who created "We Are the 99 Percent"; check out the former Obama blogger who joined the protesters after scorning them; explore our interactive map of protest hot spots nationwide; and much more.