You know how every time somebody in law enforcement does something that looks bad, we’re told that we should “wait until the facts are in” before passing judgment?
Coordinated action by West Coast Occupy Movement proves effective as ILWU Local 21 ratifies contract
Occupy Oakland concerned over condition of arrested occupier Khali (Marcel Johnson), in police custody since OPD raid at Oscar Grant Plaza Dec. 16, 2011
Josh Stearns has been tracking, confirming and verifying reports of journalist arrests at Occupy protests all over the country since September.
Most press were not present to witness the brutality and violence enacted by LAPD officers outside mainstream media attention
Los Angeles evicts OccupyLA camp while banning all but a few chosen press outlets from the area.
In a letter sent today to Mayor Michael Bloomberg and NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly, the New York Civil Liberties Union objected to the Police Department’s mistreatment of journalists covering Occupy Wall Street protests.
When faced with disinterested, apathetic mainstream media and lazy or dishonest reporting, it’s become the responsibility of the people to cover what’s really happening.
You’re going to pretend you don’t know what they want? Okay. I’ll humor you.
A response to Frank Miller’s criticisms of the Occupy Wall Street Movement
Boston filmmaker Mike Gill has released a 10 minute documentary of the police raid on Occupy Boston protesters
The young man, “The Poet”, known to some by name “Louis Cameron Rodriguez”, originally joined Occupy OKC homeless, soon becoming a heart and unifying force to the community
If the police think beating you is a joke, what are you supposed to do? Stand stronger.
Oklahoma City Police say an Occupy OKC protester was found dead in his tent in Kerr Park in downtown Oklahoma City Monday afternoon.
On Sunday morning, 25 protesters from Occupy Portland were arrested by the Portland police during a sit-in at Jamison Square.
Photos of Amanda Palmer’s Ninja Gig at Occupy Wall Street in New York City on October 12th.
Shots from the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City. All taken on October 12th, 2011.
U.S. Marine Corps. Sgt. Shamar Thomas went toe to toe with NYPD during Occupy Times Square over police brutality plaguing the #OWS movement.
In New York, thousands marched in various protests by trade unions, students, environmentalists, and community groups.
Stripping away all of the background noise and just showing the people demonstrates their undeniable humanity. Their faces tell their story.
An NYPD police scooter is seen striking and pinning Ari Douglas, a National Lawyers Guild Observer, during an Occupy Wall Street march this morning.
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After a tense night filled with reports of police raids on Occupy Wall Street camps in other cities, an estimated 2000 supporters crowded Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan prepared to defend the OWS camp from eviction by NYPD
The AFL-CIO has called on NY area members to travel to the OWS encampment to stand guard against a planned eviction and police attack