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Today the NetNet team is in Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan talking to 'Occupy Wall Street' protestors.
"Are they protesting because of the jobs?" asked Jean Lubin. Lubin was driving me from Chinatown to the Occupy Wall Street protests. He hadn't heard much about them, but he thought people should protest the lack of jobs.
The anarchy of occupy Wall Street is as literal as it is organized.
Aaron Trask is absolutely correct that many on Wall Street and in the media were too quick to dismiss the Occupy Wall Street protests for reasons that are, largely, aesthetic.
A roundup of where Occupy Wall Street is spreading.
In an effort to send a message to big banks, protestors have organized an event to remove all funds from banks and into credit unions.
It's my second day here at the Occupy Wall Street protest. Here's what it's like.
Two guys who say they are bankers have shown up at Zuccotti Square announcing their plan to "Occupy Occupy Wall Street."
Everyone at the Occupy Wall Street homeland in Zuccotti Park is talking about the violence that erupted last night.
As you've surely noticed, the Occupy Wall Street Protestors have taken things to another level in the past couple of days.
"I just want to keep these guys from getting arrested and &$/;ing up tonight." The man who spoke those words has a shaved head, black military style pants, combat boots and a black t-shirt. He looks like a commando. Or perhaps a skinhead.
I'm working from the Occupy Wall Street protest today.
Protestors of the "Occupy Wall Street" movement have occupied Zuccotti Park in lower Manhattan for several weeks now, but who exactly these people are what they are protesting still remains somewhat of a mystery.