1. THE PEOPLE UNITED -The Raid on Occupy Los Angeles

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    from Jesse Ringness / Added

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    Visit My Channel: https://vimeo.com/channels/568618 2 days after LAPD's attempt to clear the City Hall lawn in downtown Los Angeles, LA's finest are back with a vengeance to finish what they failed to accomplish the first time. Today is Day 60. How much fight do the Occupiers have left in them? You Can Watch Part 1 (2 Days Prior) Here: https://vimeo.com/38149017

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    • 2013 May Day Demonstration, Los Angeles

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      from Robert Pacheco / Added

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      1 May 2013 - downtown Los Angeles a few thousand people marched down Broadway. The 99% were represented by immigrant workers rights and amnesty groups, labor unions, families, flag wavers, and a Occupy Los Angeles continent. Johnny Cash's song I Walk The Line sung by an anonymous musician May Day 2013 while waiting for a train in the Universal City Metro Station. All other sound recorded during the May Day march on Broadway. www.pachecophoto.com/blog.html

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      • Voices of Occupy Los Angeles

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        from Angelina Pellegrini / Added

        This is a short multimedia pieces of the voices of Occupy Los Angeles.

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        • Occupy LA - "Breaking The Law"

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          from Swami Lushbeard / Added

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          Here's another look at our version of "Breaking The Law" with a decidedly more serious tone. We had started kicking around ideas about this time last year looking for a direction to take the video in. I think what we came up with and what we finally created was amazing considering the time and the budget we had to work with. Many thanks again to everyone who participated! One of the ideas we had that we didn't get a chance to follow thru on was one of a more, socially conscious approach. And when the protests started happening down Los Angeles City Hall we thought we should take a closer look. Ian our illustrious drummer and fearless scout visited the "Occupy Movement" on two different occasions and brought back a sack of photos. Unfortunately... before we could get the ball rolling, the LAPD rolled out the "un-welcome" wagon and kicked the demonstrators to the curb. It's been a long time coming... but with this being an Election year and the Anniversary of Occupy Los Angeles still upon us, we thought we'd release another video taking a look back at what was... as we all now wonder what is and what this upcoming year's going to bring. Feel free to comment or question anything... We will!

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          • Matchstick Wall St. installation goes up in flames

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            from Kat Russell / Added

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            CSUN art students and faculty members gathered, on Oct. 13, for the closing event of their Burning Wall Street exhibit, which ended in the entire installation being burned to the ground. For the last year, the art students have been researching and replicating Wall St. buildings using matchsticks. The installation included approximately 50 buildings which housed hundreds of "occupiers" made from twist-ties and candy wrappers. The day of the exhibition's close, students and faculty gathered in the art department's gallery, disassembled the installation and marched it to the back of the facility where it was lit on fire. Edie Pistolesi, inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement and painter Alex Schaefer - who is known for painting big bank buildings on fire - started this project two semester ago with more than 200 students. She said the burning of the installation would be a cathartic end for the students - calling it "an expression of artistic rage."

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            • Global Change March - October 15, 2011

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              from Kat Russell / Added

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              On Oct. 15, occupations all over the world joined in what they have dubbed the "Global Change March," during which hundreds of thousands of people in more than 1,000 cities poured into the streets to march for change. The turnouts for the event averaged 10,000 or more people in each city, with the most notable turnout in Madrid, Spain, where 500,000 people packed into the city center and surrounding streets in peaceful protest. "This was no doubt one of the most important mass protests in Chicago that I have ever been a part of," said Chicago Global Change March participant Ana Santoyo, an organizer for ANSWER Chicago. "We should support and help this movement grow and spread. The right to a job, a home, free education and healthcare—those are rights everybody should have, and we'll keep fighting until we achieve those basic rights and more."

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              • Occupy Los Angeles: The Time Is Now | Film Trailer

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                from Don Haderlein / Added

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                Occupy Los Angeles: The Time Is Now! A documentary short by Don Haderlein. A North Hollywood Pictures production. Buy a copy of the DVD today! http://www.amazon.com/Occupy-Los-Angeles-The-Time/dp/B00BEM7858 Don Haderlein http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1784459/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1 Music by freesoundtrackmusic.com

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                • An American Brutality

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                  from Scott Brown / Added

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                  Free speech is protected under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, or is it?

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                  • Occupy Los Angeles Casserole Action in Solidarity with Quebec

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                    from Amber Stephens / Added

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                    On June 13, about 50 Occupy Los Angeles activists walked through the streets of downtown LA banging on pots and pans in solidarity with the Quebec student protests. Protesters in Quebec (Canada) have held "casserole" protests for over 100 days straight, demonstrating against increasing tuition and a new anti-protest law. Casserole - or cacerolazo- demonstrations originated in Chile as a non-violent form of protest. Solidarity actions have been planned in over 125 cities worldwide.

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                    • Occupy Los Angeles - A1 - A Day for Foolish Revelry!! Prepare for May 1st General Strike

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                      from John Waiblinger / Added

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                      Preparing for May 1st General Strike -- best outreach ever! It was a day of Community Outreach, Peace, Love, Parading, Playing, Laughing, Dancing, Singing, and Joy. What we Brought: Bring your running/dancing shoes! Bring the most foolishly bright / colorful clothes you have (theme-the fool / jester)! Bring the biggest smiles and lightest hearts you have ever had! Realness, Love and Solidarity Required ; ) This was a Keeping It Real Party Production, in collaboration with Bike Scum and The Love Tribe...Oh yeah, and consented by Occupy LA's General Assembly =) IT WAS AWESOME!!

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