The Occupy Wall Street Movement (OWS) is an important American Social Studies happening in real time.
For most of us, our understanding of what has happened and the significances of both the OWS activisms radiating across the country and the Zuccotti Park Experience have been built on media coverage with maybe a march thrown in. This workshop is a call to all Social Studies Educators to include the Occupy Movement in their upcoming curriculum - examine the significance of what is taking place from all sides.
Moderated by Alan Schulman, Educator/Activist, this 14 minute version of the workshop includes presentations by Lev Moscow, OWS Outreach Coordinator and Economics/Global History Teacher and Civil Rights Attorneys Marty Stolar and Alan Levine, who together represent most OWS arrestees and activists.
A Video by Bob Ipcar
Director of Photography (International Cinematographer's Guild) specializing in projects that celebrate people and their accomplishments.
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