Nick Turse

Above: #Occupy Bat Signal for the 99%, a short film by Mark Read and friends, shot inside Denise Vega’s home in the projects opposite the Verizon building at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge.

(via  Boing Boing)

Above: #Occupy Bat Signal for the 99%, a short film by Mark Read and friends, shot inside Denise Vega’s home in the projects opposite the Verizon building at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge.

(via Boing Boing)

The NYPD locks down Wall Street on the November 17, 2011 “Day of Action.”

The NYPD locks down Wall Street on the November 17, 2011 “Day of Action.”

A line of NYPD officers block off Liberty Street, next to Zuccotti Park, on Occupy Wall Street’s November 17, 2011 “Day of Action.”
(Yes, it really is named Liberty Street!)

A line of NYPD officers block off Liberty Street, next to Zuccotti Park, on Occupy Wall Street’s November 17, 2011 “Day of Action.”

(Yes, it really is named Liberty Street!)

Occupy Wall Street protesters confront NYPD cops at the intersection of Wall Street and Hanover Street on the November 17, 2011 “Day of Action.”

My footage of former Philadelphia Police Captain Ray Lewis being arrested at Occupy Wall Street’s November 17, 2011 “Day of Action” in Lower Manhattan.

Dispatches From the Day of Action: Occupy Wall Street Takes the Financial District and the Brooklyn Bridge
 At its do-or-die moment, Occupy Wall Street holds firm, takes to the streets and lives to protest another day.

Dispatches From the Day of Action: Occupy Wall Street Takes the Financial District and the Brooklyn Bridge


At its do-or-die moment, Occupy Wall Street holds firm, takes to the streets and lives to protest another day.

Another from the same series.  Occupy Wall Street protesters confront NYPD cops at the intersection of Wall Street  and Hanover Street on the November 17, 2011 “Day of Action.”

Another from the same series.  Occupy Wall Street protesters confront NYPD cops at the intersection of Wall Street and Hanover Street on the November 17, 2011 “Day of Action.”

Occupy Wall Street protesters lock down the intersection of Wall Street and Hanover Street on the November 17, 2011 “Day of Action.”

Occupy Wall Street protesters lock down the intersection of Wall Street and Hanover Street on the November 17, 2011 “Day of Action.”