1. Occupy Portland General Assembly 2


    from Mark Iris Added 74 2 0

    This video contains footage from the second Occupy Portland General Assembly meeting. There are some important talking points that are discussed within for anyone who is planning to march or occupy. The rally will be taking place on Thursday, October 6th at 12:00pm. It will last as long as necessary. The location is Tom McCall Waterfront Park, SW Portland, just South of the Burnside Bridge. This video was filmed and produced by Mark Iris for Occupy Portland. The song is "Americism" © 2011 You can find this song and more music at www.markiris.com

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    • Occupy LA


      from PeteykVideo Added 69 0 0

      We are in solidarity with #OccupyWallStreet and the other occupations and actions happening across the nation and the world. We are the 99% that demand a world that works through democracy, not corporatocracy. We will not be silent. Join us.

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      • Occupy Wall Street .... TAKE BACK WHAT IS OUR'S


        from Pamela Rose Added 80 2 1

        Share This on your Facebook Status If You Stand With Protesters Worldwide we are the 99%

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        • #OccupyWallStreet mass arrests on Brooklyn Bridge


          from Occupy TV Added 906 7 1

          Had to replace audio as the original audio was very badly recorded; apologies for the shaky cam, it was hard to keep steady amid so many people. Audio: Boom Bip - The Use of Unacceptable Colours in Nature

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          • Occupy Portland- General Assembly


            from Brynden Added 7,760 19 0

            Second meeting in Portland. Occupy Portland takes place on October 6th 2011. Visit www.occupyportland.org www.occupytogether.org

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            • Occupy Los Angeles


              from Richard Gluck Added 3,053 9 5

              Occupy Los Angeles Oct. 1st City Hall this is a short video i shot in downtown on sunday the 25th. then, went to the 1st General Assembly meeting later that night in Pershing Square. for those who have shot there, know that it is not allowed. thankfully my rig sits close to the ground and i was able to shoot most of what i needed. if you are not familiar with Occupy Los Angeles, google it and spread the word. please and thank you. the audio bit at the end is Michael Moore's speech from Liberty Plaza only a few days ago. Tools: Canon 5DmkII, Dynamic Perception, Merlin Lense: Canon 16-35mm f2.8 Soundtrack Inception Hans Zimmer - Time Twitter - twitter.com/richardgluck

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              • OCCUPY BOSTON Video Poster


                from somethingbumpkin Added 2,439 3 0

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                • Tiny Mountains (Elijah Wyman) - The Yearning


                  from Elijah Wyman Added 46 0 0

                  I play this song while Puppykitty watches. tinymtns.bandcamp.com for more music. @elijahwyman and @tinymtns for tweets facebook.com/tinymtns

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                  • The Signs of Occupy


                    from Jennifer Wager Added 122 0 0

                    Photos & Soundscape from Occupy Wall Street encampment 9.28.11. I'm fascinated by the cogent, yet whimsical consciousness displayed in the signage. https://occupywallst.org/ “3. we believe that the signifying activity of a given historical phase constitutes a decisive determinant of the transformative possibilities of that phase. The subordination of this specific level, the abandonment and the negation of its effects on consciousness and change, always coincides with an overdetermined regression by the state of things en acte, reinforcing themselves by means of local contestation;” from “The Revolution Here Now Seven Points” Tel Quel, number 34, Summer 1968 With its fever pitch of global media saturation, few recall that the phenomena we now know as Occupy Wall Street was at first utterly ignored by the Fourth Estate. Occupy began, like those indignados and that Arab Spring, with a whisper on a Book of faces, which has since gone on to be publicly traded like a $38 (+/- 10%) whore on this very Wall Street. “Why isn’t the Times covering it?” we said in small voices that became angry shouts which grew into rage that even 140 characters could not contain. Then so many people were talking not just whispering that not just the New York Times but every other Time had to say at least some, one, often dumb thing about Occupy. So, the most plum of the dumb things ever uttered about Occupy was that it was a movement without a message, or rather, a movement with too many messages. It was not monolithic, with digitally processed, pre-printed, mass produced, easily branded signage, like the (dying) trade unions or a corporate ad campaign, although it did come with a snappy slogan. During the early days of Occupy, I tried to capture the cogency of the handmade, folk art of the signs in a digital folk art video, which I posted on Vimeo. To me, the message of the 99% was quite clear. It was not monolithic, but I liked that: a signifying trickster who kept me on my toes. In this video: I see the symbols of Occupy: {pizza boxes turned into signs}: solidarity, brought by supporters before the kitchen was set up and {origami pink slips}: evictions and unemployment like the pink slips that led to the foreclosures that led to the Occupy that led to threats and then eviction by New York Authorities who grew ever more rabidly violent. I hear the hum of Occupy: music made with bucket drums, urgent, emergent political discussions smattered with the whimsy and praxis of life: which Starbucks will you pee in? Where’s the trash? Why isn’t there recycling? We should build our own. It was a glorious din; it sounded like freedom. It was the freest I have ever felt in this country tis of me. I understand you may not have felt or seen the same. And that is the point. I still see the signs of Occupy, everywhere. “I would define the poetic effect as the capacity that a text displays for continuing to generate different readings, without ever being completely consumed.” --Umberto Eco

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