1. Laura Flanders Interviews a Food Vendor at Occupy Wall St

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    Laura Flanders speaks with a food vendor whose cart sits right on the edge of Zuccotti Park. As it turns out, the cart's owner is from Egypt. She and Laura talk about how the revolution in Egypt inspired the Occupy Wall St protest movement.

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    • How OWS Recycles

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      Eva Lewis of Deep Dish TV interviews a member of Occupy Wall St's ecology committee, who explains the solidarity behind the movement. She also shows us a grey water filter system built by occupiers, a water-recycling experiment designed to provide sustainability to the movement.

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      • Laura Flanders Interviews Eve Ensler and Naomi Klein

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        Laura Flanders of GritTV sits down with Eve Ensler, playwright and author of the Vagina Monologues, and Naomi Klein, journalist and author, in Zucotti Park to discuss the use of public space, the organization of the movement, the prevalence of corporate power, public perception of capitalism,the excitement of the movement, criticisms of the movement, and how people have reacted to it. This footage was broadcast live by Free Speech TV on October 5, 2011, as part of their coverage of Occupy Wall St.

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        • Occupy Wall St Outreach

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          Laura Flanders interviews Nalini, an organizer with the Working Families Party and member of the Occupy Wall St Outreach team, about how community-oriented labor have kept the movement going past the first week. They also discuss possible endpoints for the movement, horizontal democracy in action, and how solidarity with labor and other interests factors into OWS.

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          • Student March from Union Sq to Foley Sq

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            On November 17, 2011, the two-month anniversary of Occupy Wall St, students from around New York CIty marched downtown from Union Sq, blocking lanes of traffic and getting supportive honks from motorists.

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            • David Barsamian Talks to Rick Wolff Part 5

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              Journalist David Barsamian interviews New School economics professor Rick Wolff about the crises of capitalism rocking the world, and the protest movements against them. In this section, he discusses the expansion of the movement, through alliances with labor groups, low-income communities, etc., as well as the trend of "uneven development" that has been plaguing some U.S. cities for the past few decades, and many more for all of U.S. history.

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              • David Barsamian Talks to Rick Wolff Part 4

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                Journalist David Barsamian interviews New School economics professor Rick Wolff about the crises of capitalism rocking the world, and the protest movements against them. In this section, he discusses wealth inequality and poverty in the United States, and how our political discourse has exacerbated them in recent decades.

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                • David Barsamian Talks to Rick Wolff Part 3

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                  Journalist David Barsamian interviews New School economics professor Rick Wolff about the crises of capitalism rocking the world, and the protest movements against them. In this section, he discusses how political movements can foment change, and attempts to get closer to the core of what Occupy Wall St is about.

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                  • When Peace & Police Collide: A Love Story

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                    Here are videos and images from the #occupywallstreet demonstrations which began in the financial district of NYC on Sept 17, 2011 and continued til Nov 14. Demonstrators are protesting a financial and political system wherein those with the most power and wealth secure these to themselves through crooked politics, monetary manipulation, police and military hegemony, and exploitation of the poor and marginalized. Most of this video was taken during what might be considered a police riot that occurred on Saturday, Sept 24, 2011. The demonstrators were marching peacefully from Liberty Plaza in the financial district to Union Square on 14th street. Violence erupted as police tried to (violently) pacify the crowd. I did not shoot any of the video myself, I found it all on youtube. I've curated them in such a way that they tell the story of what happened when peaceful demonstrators in NYC were confronted by NYPD (or perhaps it's NYPD that was confronted by a radical movement of peace?) And all to the tune of Aerosmith's Eat The Rich. Enjoy!

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                    • Danny Schechter's Recommendations for Occupy

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                      At the 2012 Left Forum, Deep Dish TV caught up with Danny Schechter the News Dissector, and here he explains a small part of what he'd like to see from Occupy moving forward.

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