Occupy Wall Street - Week of November 2nd to 6th
Angela Davis addressing everybody in Liberty Plaza on Sunday October 30th.
Angela Davis in the park after her talk.
Audience listens to Angela speak.
An enthusiastic crowd at the Occupy Wall Street demonstration event held at Washington Square Park on October 8th. OWS made a video about how General Assembly function. This one in the park was an exceptionally large assembly where the process of consensus was displayed. In the video, unbeknownst to Bob Lee he was video taped and became part of the beginning and conclusion of the tape.
One of the signs at Zuccotti Park. Naomi Klein, the author of the "Shock Doctrine" said in a radio interview on WNYC on October 6th that once she saw a poster from OWS that read "I care about you", she knew that people there were going deep. That this occupation was not only about important issues, but it was about changing the underline culture of our society. This poster, "Compassion Is Revolution", reflecting a key Asian value, is an expression for AAAC of how our mission of promoting and examining the integration of Asian values, are entering the United States.
This is the first People of Color (POC) group meeting that attracted so many people on Sunday, October 9th.