1. Footage of Scott Olsen being shot by Police at Occupy Oakland

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    This footage is proof that Scott Olsen was shot in the face by police without provocation during the Occupy Oakland march on Tuesday October 25. The moment leading up to the shooting, Olsen was standing completely still. He was then hit in the head with a tear gas canister, which is potentially fatal. Also, no rocks or bottles were thrown before Olsen was shot, contrary to Police statements. at 1:19, you can see Scott Olsen falling over after the explosion Two angles of footage confirm this. Additional Footage courtesy of: Matt Kresling www.mattkresling.com Rina Palta, Ali Winston http://informant.kalwnews.org If you want to see it on youtube, you can check it out here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEj_4fqDbnM

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    • We Want To Be Free

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      As Featured on Soul 2 Soul The Radio Program Please Visit & LIKE Soul 2 Soul At www.facebook.com/Soul2Soulrppfm In 2011, Peoples Around The World Took To The Streets In Protest. They Want To Be Free Of Terror. They Want To Be Free Of War. They Want To Be Free From The Enslavement Of Governments. They Want To Be Free From The Failing Financial System. They Want To Be Free Of Greed & Corruption. They Want To Be Free Of Media Manipulation. They Want To Be Free To Choose! They Want To Be Free To Live Life To The Fullest. They Want To Be Free To love & To Live In Peace. Featuring Prophetic Voices From The Past, This Short Documentry Is, Of The Peoples Of The World, For The Peoples Of The World... For We All Want To Be Free! Original Music By Sonic Realm

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      • Occupy Wall Street

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        Yesterday afternoon Lauren and I went to Wall Street to see what was going on with the #occupywallstreet movement. It was very interesting to see and hear the different perspectives. Shot on Canon 5D Mark II Graded with Apple Color twitter.com/zackmctee

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        • "Topless" - Against Christopher Columbus Day

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          Artistic Director of Dance Theater Group Kandake, Olga El, exposes her nakedness, an artistic expression to relay frustration over Christopher Columbus Day during the Occupy Wall Street protests on Monday October 10th.

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          • Why Occupy Portland?

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            An ode to Occupy Portland

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            • The Time For Action Is Now (Occupy CUNY)

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              "In 1969, a group of black and Puerto Rican students occupied City College demanding the integration of CUNY, which at the time had an overwhelmingly white student body. The occupation spread to other CUNY campuses, forcing the Board of Trustees to implement a ground-breaking new admissions policy." Such occupations also occurred in the 1980s and 2000s. It's that time again. As graduate Film students at Hunter College in New York, we're very excited to see how the spreading Occupy Wall Street movement is giving new momentum to the militant protest culture of Cuny (City University, NYC). We filmed the second General Assembly at Hunter College, and the first "Occupy Cuny" teach-in at Washington Square Park on October 21st, 2011. During the last weeks, we learned how quickly small protest gatherings can turn into new social movements. This is a document about the struggle of students and adjunct faculty at Cuny. This local struggle is part of an international student movement against neoliberal dictatorship. This is only the beginning. The time for action is now. Find out how to support, participate, take action: www.cunygeneralassembly.wordpress.com www.studentsunitedforafreecuny.wordpress.com www.resistandmultiply.wordpress.com (at Hunter College) www.cunyadjunctproject.org www.nycga.net (Occupy Wall Street) www.occupywallst.org Brought to you by Martyna Starosta (www.thefilmdetective.org) & Iva Radivojevic (www.ivaasks.com)

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              • The Hand That Feeds trailer

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                Shy sandwich-maker Mahoma López sets out to end abusive conditions at a popular New York restaurant chain. The epic power struggle that ensues turns a single city block into a battlefield in America's new wage wars. http://thehandthatfeedsfilm.com http://twitter.com/jubileefilms http://www.facebook.com/TheHandThatFeedsDoc

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                • Grace Lee Boggs' message to Occupy Wall Street - 10/9/11

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                  Philosopher and Activist Grace Lee Boggs, who has been an active participant in the struggles for social justice for over 70 years, has this message for the people of Occupy Wall Street and the growing movement across the country and around the world. This is the start of a dialogue, the beginning of a conversation. More information on the documentary in progress at www.americanrevolutionaryfilm.com and www.indiegogo.com/American-Revolutionary

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                  • Occupy Oakland Tuesday October 25

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                    A Recap of yesterdays events for the Occupy Oakland movement. At 4:30 AM, the police moved in to destroy the camp. At 4:30 PM, people organized for a march in support of Occupy Oakland At 5:30 PM people hit the streets, non violent protesters were met with tear gas and rubber bullets near the police station At 6:30 PM everyone gathered at Frank Ogawa Plaza for a show of Solidarity. at 8:30 PM, everyone marched back to Frank Ogawa Plaza at 9:00 PM, police opened fire with rubber bullets and tear gas. People Stayed out ALL night, Occupy Oakland.

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                    • Hipster Cop

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                      http://sparrowmedia.net There is no question that the relationship law enforcement bodies have developed with activist communities is a pervasive and chilling one. US history has shown time and time again that those who have chosen to speak truth to power often are faced with ridicule, coercion, intimidation, and out-right violence. The Occupy Wall Street movement is only different when you consider the speed in which it has materialized. The rapid growth of the OWS movement has not given some agencies time to adapt and therefore some of the investigative witch hunts associated with the anti-war, animal rights and environmental movements may not rear their ugly heads in this chapter but what we are seeing play out in the streets speaks to a new level of desperation. Grotesque abuse at the hands of rank-and-file NYPD beat cops is causing many to question whether a multi-million dollar support package J.P. Morgan gave to the NYPD means the protests are getting "special" treatment. Private interests have not only given money to law enforcement, they have also shared intelligence that would have required warrants to obtain, warrants the NYPD and FBI could not get because the movement was not guilty of criminal activity. Gawker has reported that the FBI has been spoon-fed information by Thomas Ryan, a conservative computer expert who supposedly hacked activist forums, sifted through private emails, and issued reports back to both Wall Street firms and the FBI. Ryan also brags to have "infiltrated the movement in hopes to discredit it." Similarly, there has been a half dozen or more reports of ground-level infiltration of the group by plain-clothes officers (some more noticeable then others) which is to be expected with any event of this size, but one of these plain clothes offices has become a pseudo-celebrity as of late. Detective Rick Lee, Community Relations Detective for Manhattan's 1st Precinct (or "Hipster Cop" as the world has come to know him) is now a larger then life character because of his unconventional dress and cocky attitude. While organizing at Liberty Plaza members of the Sparrow Media team were asked by a news agency if we had additional information about Lee, so we compiled some footage and info. In the big picture of the struggle against corporate greed Lee is nothing more then a pawn, but it is important to note law enforcements attempt to coerce and destabilize our movements. Even though it is hysterical to read comedian Jamie Killstein come to his defense saying "Guys! Stop making fun of #hipstercop! He's trying to find himself." or to read the myriad tumblr references to his style, it is important to remember Hipster Cop is part of the process of intimidation, ridicule, an violence being levied against us. Please practice good security culture and keep in mind that as things continue to ramp up nation-wide so will the response from law enforcement. Try to also not let your security protocols cripple your groups with paranoia, instead simply practice good security and fairness with the people around you. Lastly remember if they are not paying attention, then you are doing something wrong. Right now you guys are winning, keep it up!

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