|From:||shaista husain <email@example.com>|
|Sent time:||Tuesday, November 01, 2011 10:52:59 AM|
|Subject:||Re: [september17discuss] Fwd: #OWS Daily Roundup|
One young protester, a poet, has died in Oklahoma City--(his death is
not suspicious..but there are not any more details on it)
On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 12:38 PM, beka economopoulos
> Can't take credit - just forwarding them along!
> On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 11:35 AM, grimwomyn <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> These are great beka-- thank you so much for compiling.
>> On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 11:02 AM, beka economopoulos
>> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> #OWS DAILY ROUNDUP
>>> A Look at the Day's News, Opinions and Stories of the Protests on Wall
>>> Street and Beyond
>>> NY Daily News (Edgar Sandoval, Joe Kemp): OWS protesters’ security detail
>>> sets conduct standards
>>> Protesters in Zuccotti Park may be free spirits, but they’ve decided they
>>> need some rules all the same. And if you dare break them - you’re out. The
>>> group has formed its own security detail to enforce a code of ethics mapped
>>> out during their general assembly meeting Monday.
>>> CBS New York: OWS takes their message to Halloween parade
>>> The streets crawled with spooky sights, from floating eyeballs and
>>> skeletons to Occupy Wall Street protesters dressed as budget axes, for the
>>> annual Halloween parade Monday.
>>> Huffington Post: OWS battles New York snow (VIDEO)
>>> Occupy Wall Street protestors got their first taste of winter on Saturday
>>> as the city experienced record snow and chilling temperatures atypical of a
>>> normal October weekend.
>>> The Guardian (Ari Paul): Occupy’s dilemma: Are police part of the 99
>>> Despite the images of a New York police commander pepper spraying
>>> non-violent female protesters and police use of tear gas and other
>>> projectiles against Occupy demonstrators in Oakland, there is a continuous
>>> plea to the police: join us. After all, police officers' union benefits and
>>> pensions are under attack around the country, putting them in the ranks of
>>> all other public-sector workers, who make up the last remaining vestige of
>>> the American blue-collar middle class.
>>> NY Times (Adam Nagourney): Dissenting, or seeking shelter? Homeless stake
>>> claim at protests
>>> From Los Angeles to Wall Street, from Denver to Boston, homeless men and
>>> women have joined the protesters in large numbers, or at least have settled
>>> in beside them for the night.
>>> Huffington Post (Trymaine Lee): Occupy Harlem: ‘Occupy Wall Street is not
>>> a white thing’
>>> The Occupy Wall Street movement went Uptown on Friday night, as more than
>>> 100 people filled the second-floor sanctuary at St. Philip's Church in
>>> Harlem for the first general meeting of Occupy Harlem. Unlike their downtown
>>> comrades, those in attendance were mostly black and Latino, save for a
>>> handful of whites who sat and listened intently, a few lifting their fists
>>> to shouts of "Power to the People."
>>> Christian Science Monitor (Gloria Goodale): Who is Occupy Wall Street?
>>> After 6 weeks, a profile emerges
>>> The Occupy Wall Street signs in New York’s Zuccotti Park may be catchy,
>>> but they tell little about the nitty-gritty of the rank and file. Now, six
>>> weeks into what is becoming a global movement, pollsters and online data
>>> sources have begun to answer some basic questions about participants: What
>>> are their political beliefs and who is supporting them?
>>> Huffington Post (Adrienne Parks): Occupy Wall Street and the gay movement
>>> What does the gay movement have to do with Occupy Wall Street? We have a
>>> once-empowered class of people challenging powerful bullies. That should
>>> sound only too familiar. This is one of those perfect Buckminster Fuller
>>> moments of critical mass, a time like when the labor movement initially
>>> stood up, Vietnam-era anti-war protesters said, "Enough," feminists marched
>>> for equality, and the Stonewall men said, "No more."
>>> WNYC (Arun Venugopal): Occupy Wall Street releases first financial report
>>> In a bid to remain transparent as it amasses hundreds of thousands of
>>> dollars in donations, Occupy Wall Street released its first financial report
>>> Monday. The report, compiled by the OWS Finance working group, covers
>>> revenues and expenses from September 16 through October 18, during which
>>> time the protest raised $454,437.47 in donations.
>>> The Nation (Ben Adler): Is Occupy Wall Street responsible for a New York
>>> crime wave?
>>> If you go down to Zuccotti Park, you’re not likely to witness any
>>> dangerous activity, but according to the conservative media the Occupy Wall
>>> Street demonstration is causing an outbreak of sex, drugs and violence in
>>> New York City. According to articles in the New York Post, and conservative
>>> bloggers, television and radio shows that take their cues from Rupert
>>> Murdoch’s tabloid, the protests themselves are not only filled with
>>> criminals, they are indirectly responsible for an increase in violent crimes
>>> miles away. There’s only one problem with the claims: they vary from thinly
>>> to totally unsupported.
>>> Huffington Post (Art Chang): NYC’s pursuit of a model for 21st Century
>>> Does one need any further proof of the disconnect between people and
>>> government than Occupy Wall Street? Here in New York City -- the largest
>>> city in the country, the home of Wall Street and Occupy Wall Street -- a
>>> public and private partnership is attempting to address this disconnect
>>> Politico (Seung Min Kim): John Boehner: I understand Occupy Wall Street
>>> Speaker John Boehner said Monday that he understood the “frustrations”
>>> driving the Occupy Wall Street movement – but urged protesters to be
>>> peaceful to prevent demonstrations from blowing out of control.
>>> The Street (Dan Freed): Bank fee debacle is first OWS victory
>>> For a movement without an agenda, Occupy Wall Street is off to a pretty
>>> good start--scaring JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and SunTrust Banks away from
>>> their plans to charge customers who use their debit cards to make purchases.
>>> NY Times (Thomas Friedman): Did you hear the one about the bankers?
>>> Citigroup is lucky that Muammar el-Qaddafi was killed when he was. The
>>> Libyan leader’s death diverted attention from a lethal article involving
>>> Citigroup that deserved more attention because it helps to explain
>>> why many average Americans have expressed support for the Occupy Wall
>>> Street movement.
>>> NY Times (Bill Keller): New Delhi: Beyond Occupy
>>> Back home, the Occupiers have been pandered to (“Love your energy!”);
>>> patronized (“Here, I’ve drafted you a list of demands ...”); co-opted by
>>> unions, celebrities and activists for various causes; demonized by the
>>> right; arrested and tear-gassed in some cities; and taken lightly by the
>>> likes of me. They have been a combination national mood ring and political
>>> Rorschach test.
>>> NY Times (Opinion): The road ahead for Occupy Wall Street
>>> Letters to the editor re: Friedman and Keller columns.
>>> MarketWatch (David Weidner): Occupy Wall Street: Get real or go home
>>> Let’s be honest. Occupy Wall Street needs some tangible goals. It needs
>>> something for which it can declare victory. It needs something that the
>>> hardcore kids can point to and say “we did it.” And it needs it soon.
>>> NY Daily News (Simone Weischelbaum): OWS site suits impromptu
>>> businesswoman to a tee
>>> A Midwood t-shirt maker is cashing in on Occupy Wall Street by selling
>>> her "ioccupy" wares at Zuccotti Park - and defending her hustle as part of
>>> the American Dream.
>>> The Washington Post Blog (Greg Sargent): Did you know OWS validates the
>>> conservative worldview?
>>> Who says income and wealth inequality doesn’t exist or isn’t much of a
>>> problem? Politico reports that more and more Republicans are seeing the need
>>> to address rising concerns about it, a clue to how much the conversation has
>>> Huffington Post (Ralph Gomory): Occupy Wall Street deserves our respect
>>> I must admit that there is something about Occupy Wall Street that makes
>>> me think of the American Revolution. Not the fully developed American
>>> Revolution complete with an army, George Washington, and Valley Forge; I'm
>>> thinking of the earlier days, when there were only sporadic protests and
>>> occasional clashes.
>>> NY Post (Italiano, Rosario, Fredericks): Occupy ‘ball’ street – rush for
>>> STD tests
>>> It’s the Autumn of Love! Occupy Wall Street protesters are flocking to
>>> nearby health clinics for STD and HIV testing after getting their freak on
>>> in ’60s-style hookups with crusty strangers, sources told The Post
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