Clayton Patterson Captures Wall Street Occupation
Bowery Boogie, New York on September 23, 2011
Last Saturday, an estimated ►3,000 demonstrators mobbed Wall Street with the intention of “protesting the disparity of power and wealth that exists in our society.” The event is organized by the leaderless resistance of OccupyWallSt.org. Even though “occupation” crowds are starting to dwindle a bit, folks are still being detained. What follows is a photo essay by legendary neighborhood chronicler Clayton Patterson. He’s been documenting the developments there.
Taking $100 worth of pennies and dropping them around Wall Street, Summer of Change
Aaron Burr Society, Summer of Change
One man ranting against Zionism and an Israeli saying fuck him
University professor saying corporate greed killed America:
Homeless and the flag
Starbucks on Delancey and Allen ►INFO
City Hall gated democracy
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