The Occupy movement spread to the Lincoln Correctional Facility with a solidarity march. Protesters denounced the “prison industrial complex” as racist and unfair.
Occupy Wall Street comes to the Bronx on the National Day of Action. Bronxites took to the subways and shared the personal stories that brought them to the Occupy movement.
Zuccotti Park now features thousands of rebellious protesters spending day and night “Occupying Wall Street.” The movement was sparked on September 17 when thousands of demonstrators – angry and tired of what they describe as corporate greed along with a dismal economy – spontaneously gathered at the park.
Scenes from the movement in Zuccotti Park
Artists from around the world are creating Occupy posters.