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UC Davis Chancellor’s Chilling Walk of Shame Through a Line of Silent Demonstrators…

Posted in Media, Occupy Wall Street, Photography, protests, Reportage, Scandal, video by petercombe on November 20, 2011
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Chilling Moments in Occupy Movement’s ‘Day of Action’

Posted in Crisis, New York City, Occupy Wall Street, Photography, pictures, portraits, Reportage, surrealism by petercombe on November 18, 2011
Photograph: Randy L. Rasmussen/AP

A police officer uses pepper spray on an Occupy Portland protester at Pioneer Courthouse Square, Oregon. 

Photograph: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Brendan Watts is seen with blood on his face while surrounded by three police officers in Zuccotti Park, New York. 

Makes me think about something Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said last year – “We are deeply concerned about the use of violence by Egyptian police and security forces against protesters and we call on the Egyptian government to do everything in its power to restrain the security forces.”

 The Guardian >

Occupy George

Posted in finance, guerilla art, money, multiples, Occupy Wall Street, Photography, pictures by petercombe on November 18, 2011

The income growth disparity in America is wider than it was pre-Great Depression.

Money talks, but not loud enough for the 99%. By circulating dollar bills stamped with fact-based infographics, Occupy George informs the public of America’s daunting economic disparity one bill at a time. Because money knowledge is power.

Occupy George >

Occupy Wall Street @ Sotheby’s lock out

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