1. Sonnet 79 - Zuccotti Park, Manhattan


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    NY Shakespeare Exchange presents The Sonnet Project Sonnet #79 Zuccotti Park, Manhattan Starring Phil Mutz Directed by Sam Rappold Text Coach - Carey Van Driest www.SonnetProjectNYC.com

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    • Zuccotti Park NYC Indigogo Promotion


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      This is a promotion for Indigogo funding for the upcoming New York City premiere of the new musical Zuccotti Park, a musical about the human side of economics.

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      • From Zuccotti to Taksim: Negotiating the Right to the City Through Public Space


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        An exhibit on protest, juxtaposing the May 2013 protests at Taksim Gezi Park to the Fall 2011 Occupy Wall Street protests in Zuccotti Park and is inspired by the book Beyond Zuccotti Park: Freedom of Assembly and the Occupation of Public Space (New Village Press, September 2012). The exhibit points to the importance of public space as a meeting point and catalyst for open discussion, as well as a pivotal node for creative protest and civic exchange. The Turkish protesters, many of whom are architecture and urban planning at Istanbul Technical University, put at the forefront of their dissent the processes that shape our cities today, questioning, especially, top-down decision-making."

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        • Revolution at Zuccotti Park: Occupy Wall Street


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          A documentary on Occupy Wall Street by Saswat Pattanayak.

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          • Police break bad: 2011 Occupy protests


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            The Occupy movement is an international protest movement against social and economic inequality, its primary goal being to make the economic and political relations in all societies less vertically hierarchical and more flatly distributed. Local groups often have different foci, but among the movement's prime concerns deal with how large corporations and the global financial system control the world in a way that disproportionately benefits a minority, undermines democracy and is unstable. The first Occupy protest to receive widespread attention was Occupy Wall Street in New York City's Zuccotti Park, which began on 17 September 2011. By 9 October. Although most active in the United States, by October 2012 there had been Occupy protests and occupations in dozens of other countries across every continent except Antarctica. For its first two months, authorities largely adopted a tolerant approach toward the movement, but this began to change in mid-November 2011 when they began forcibly removing protest camps. By the end of 2011 authorities had cleared most of the major camps, with the last remaining high profile sites – in Washington DC and London – evicted by February 2012. Music: La moglie più bella - Pt. 2 by Ennio Morricone aConcernedHuman: vimeo.com/aconcernedhuman facebook.com/a.concerned.human Police Break Bad: vimeo.com/PoliceBreakBad facebook.com/PoliceBreakBad

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            • WALL STREET The Occupy Movement


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              An American version of the Belgian documentary cRISEs UP A new generation of activists has arisen in the slipstream of a new economic and financial crisis. For three years, the Ghent-based social-artistic organization Victoria Deluxe followed trade unions and activists worldwide in their wake. With a single purpose: to give a face to the struggle of indignant young people and senior citizens against the excrescences of predatory capitalism. A documentary by Victoria Deluxe, LBC-NVK and BBTK. 2013 www.victoriadeluxe.be

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              • The Military's Here!


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                Veterans march at Zuccotti Park on November 2, 2011. Filmed and edited by Phil Airey. You can find more of his videos at his blog: http://philamerica.wordpress.com/.

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                • Occupy Wall Street: Fox News Interviews Eva Lewis


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                  An antidote to Fox New's edit of this interview, which included commentary by Ann Coulter, who likened the #occupywallst protests to the beginnings of Totalitarian rule. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/10/04/ann-coulter-occupy-wall-street-nazis_n_993744.html

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                  • Kai Wright at Occupy Wall St


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                    Kai Wright, contributor to The Nation and editor-in-chief of the popular webzine, ColorLines, sits down with Laura Flanders of GritTV to discuss Occupy Wall St. This was broadcast live on freespeechtv.org on October 5, 2011, as part of Free Speech TV's coverage of the movement.

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