photojournalism

Cameraman trapped by NYPD at Occupy Wall Street day of action - A small section of protesters attempted to remove barriers from the edge of the park just after noon today. NYPD response was swift and heavy, including to any media in their way. ©2011 Adrian Kinloch CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 - DOOM! Magazine

Tracking Journalist Arrests at Occupy Protests Around the Country

Josh Stearns has been tracking, confirming and verifying reports of journalist arrests at Occupy protests all over the country since September.

Cameraman trapped by NYPD at Occupy Wall Street day of action - A small section of protesters attempted to remove barriers from the edge of the park just after noon today. NYPD response was swift and heavy, including to any media in their way. ©2011 Adrian Kinloch CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 - DOOM! Magazine

NYCLU, Major Media Organizations Criticize NYPD’s Mistreatment of Press during Zuccotti Eviction

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.

Occupy Wall Street Arrests Highlight Need for New Media - The First Arrest of Occupy Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh, PA ©2011 Ran Case - DOOM! Magazine

Occupy Wall Street Arrests Highlight Need for New Media

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.



The Occupiers - Pockets, 19, From Washington D.C. ©2011 Eddie McShane CC BY-NC 2.0 DOOM! Magazine

The Occupiers – Portraits of Occupy Wall Street By Eddie McShane

Stripping away all of the background noise and just showing the people demonstrates their undeniable humanity. Their faces tell their story.

Occupy Wall Street - Day 1 © 2011 Paul Weiskel CC BY 2.0 DOOM! Magazine

Occupy Wall Street – Day 1 – Photographs by Paul Weiskel

With New York a short bus trip away Paul Weiskel decided to take his camera, laptop, and other essentials to help document this movement of movements, just average people, standing up against the banksters who are holding our democracy and country hostage.


Girl in Green Hat Arrested: Occupy Wall Street Occupies the Brooklyn Bridge ©2011 Adrian Kinloch - DOOM! Magazine

Occupy Wall Street Occupies The Brooklyn Bridge – Photographs by Adrian Kinloch

100s arrested as they were trapped on the road section of the Brooklyn bridge. This gallery is from when the Occupy Wall Street march arrived on the Brooklyn Bridge, until the police escorted photographers from the occupied section of the road away.

Occupy Wall Street - Day 3 © 2011 Paul Weiskel CC BY 2.0 DOOM! Magazine

Occupy Wall Street – Day 3 – Photographs by Paul Weiskel

With New York a short bus trip away Paul Weiskel decided to take his camera, laptop, and other essentials to help document this movement of movements, just average people, standing up against the banksters who are holding our democracy and country hostage.


Occupy Wall Street - Day 6 © 2011 Paul Weiskel CC BY 2.0 DOOM! Magazine

Occupy Wall Street – Day 6 – Photographs by Paul Weiskel

With New York a short bus trip away Paul Weiskel decided to take his camera, laptop, and other essentials to help document this movement of movements, just average people, standing up against the banksters who are holding our democracy and country hostage.

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